Australia’s largest national performing arts event for schools.
Friday, 30 July at 7.15pm
Wednesday, 11 August at 7.15pm
Thursday, 12 August at 7.15pm
Friday, 13 August at 7.15pm
UPDATE: Wakakirri have advised that events at the Clocktower - originally scheduled for Friday, 30 July, Wednesday, 11 August, Thursday, 12 August & Friday, 13 August have been postponed to September and under a different structure. All Schools have been contacted via email and all individual bookers have been contacted via phone. We will be making further contact once lockdown has lifted to process refunds.
We apologise for any inconvenience that may have been caused and thank you for your understanding during this time
Great Stories can open hearts and minds and inspire change. Wakakirri is a Story-Dance festival where schools aim to do just that! Created in 1992 Wakakirri is Australia’s largest national performing arts event for schools. Does your school have a story to tell? It’s time to get involved!
Each year hundreds of schools across Australia create Story-Dances for Wakakirri that reflect student’s thoughts, ideas and aspirations. These stories are performed in professional theatres in front of the official ‘Wakakirri Panel’ who are searching for ‘Story of the Year’.
Established in 1992, Wakakirri is Australia’s largest Performing Arts Event for schools, involving over 20,000 students across every State and Territory. Over 1 million people watch Wakakirri performances each year.
All school bookings must be received by Friday 25 June.
On sale to the General Public from Friday, 9 July 10am.
Duration: Approximately 105 minutes, no interval
If you require a wheelchair space, please contact us on 9243 9191 to arrange your booking.
The safety of everyone is important to us. Please ensure that you are familiar with the current Victorian guidelines for attending indoor events. You can view our updated Conditions of Purchase and Conditions of Entry. Closer to each production, all ticket holders will be sent up to date information on the current guidelines.