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Monkey Baa Theatre Company

The Listies: Make Some Noise

When

Every day, 6pm to 2pm Friday 20 May to Sunday 29 May

Cost

Child: $29Adult: $34Family of 4: $116Family of 5: $140

The theatre is open and just in time for The Listies to 'Make Some Noise' in a brand-new show with Monkey Baa during the Summer School Holidays. 

The Listies are the sultans of silly, the maestros of mirth, the prime ministers of poo gags, and a comedy double act who have perfected the art of entertaining the whole fam. Their new show is an insane mixtape of silly songs, stupid sketches AND crazy clowning, it’s guaranteed to turn the LOLs up to 11! 

It’s about as musical as a chicken fighting some bagpipes and as soothing as a primary school recorder lesson. It’s less masterpiece, more disasterpiece. 

Will they be in tune? Almost. In time? Not quite. But can Rich dance? Let’s find out. 

Featuring songs about tantrums at target, craft disasters, and how much they like bananas. It’s a party for your ears and both of them are invited!

Covid-safe information

We are a registered Covid-Safe business, and our procedures follow strict guidelines set by the NSW State Government and Live Performance Australia. 

By purchasing tickets to a performance at ARA Darling Quarter Theatre and/or registering on arrival you agree to follow our Covid-Safe plan and to follow directions from our staff. 

YOUR VISIT TO ARA DARLING QUARTER THEATRE 

Please follow our CovidD-Safe plan: 

  • It is a condition of entry that all eligible patrons (16+) are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 or have a medical exemption at the time of attendance. This is in keeping with reopening roadmap recommendations and to provide confidence and certainty to our audience, performers, and staff. We may ask to sight your vaccination status as part of the Service NSW QR Check-In process. 

  • Face masks are mandatory. Audience members 12+ are required to wear a well-fitted mask at all times during the performance. It is also highly recommended that younger attendees (11 years and below) also wear a mask at all times. Please bring a fitted face mask with you and wear your masks throughout our spaces at all times unless eating or drinking (including the foyer and walkways).

  • Theatre capacity is limited to 75%. Please note you might be seated alongside other ticket holders. 

  • Please don’t visit if you feel unwell, have experienced any cold or flu-like symptoms in the past 14 days, or are awaiting the results of a Covid-19 test. Please err on the side of caution, and contact us to amend your booking if you need to – we have updated our ticket exchange and returns policy to accommodate the evolving circumstances. 

  • Everyone must check in using the Service NSW QR Code. 

  • Ensure your contact information is up to date. Safety updates will be provided by email or SMS. 

  • Practice good hand hygiene. Hand sanitising stations are throughout each venue.

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Monkey Baa Theatre Company

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