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A When the World Turns development photo. A child sits on their adult's lap on a wooden floor in a darkened space. They are pointing a small torch/flashlight at a large potted plant on a low trolley. Photographer: Carla Gottgens

19 Aug 2022 E-News

Polyglot’s August e-news

“The imaginative future of us all” Polyglot marked the second half of the year with a big announcement: at the end of 2022, Sue......

A Sound Shadows production photo. Two children dance in a darkened space, in front of a wall that is illuminated with brightly coloured projections, engaging with their shadows.

17 Jun 2022 E-News

Polyglot’s June e-news

Power Polyglot Theatre into the future Polyglot’s vision is of a world where all children are powerful: artistically, socially and culturally. We are committed......

A Bees production photo. Two children wearing handmade paper bee costumes play in and around the yellow and blue 'hive' set piece. Photographer: Theresa Harrison

5 May 2022 E-News

Polyglot’s May e-news

“We love how live art inspires us, challenges us and makes us feel!” Bees premiered at Abbotsford Convent in the first week of the......

A Bees production photo. Polyglot artists in intricate Bee costumes are perched on and around a large metal pipe on green lawn. Children wearing handmade paper antennae and wings sit on the pipe amongst them. There is a heritage red brick building in the background.

18 Mar 2022 E-News

Polyglot’s March e-news

Celebrating World Day of Theatre for Children Sunday 20 March is World Day of Theatre for Children, an ASSITEJ International campaign marked with the......

2022 Polyglot Theatre February e-news header

4 Feb 2022 E-News

Polyglot’s February e-news

A new look for Polyglot Theatre We are very excited to share our shiny new Polyglot website! After months of dreaming, talking, writing and......

A behind-the-scenes We Built This City photo. 7 Polyglot artists wearing blue overalls, red t-shirts and red hard hats pose for the camera with Polyglot’s Artistic Director Sue Giles, who wears all black. They are in front of a white picket fence that surrounds the We Built This City site, filled with thousands of cardboard boxes. Tall buildings and blue sky are visible in the background.

16 Dec 2021 E-News

Polyglot’s December e-news

A bright end to 2021 The 20th anniversary season of We Built This City was a glorious way to end another unusual year. Presented......

A We Built This City production photo. A child with dark curly hair, wearing a red shirt, leaps into the air, smiling. They are surrounded by hundreds of cardboard boxes piled high.

22 Nov 2021 E-News

Polyglot’s November e-news

“It was a joint effort and brought people together like a community should be.” We Built This City is returning home for its 20th......

A Voice Lab production photo. A child with short, dark hair sits in a white space illuminated with pink light. He is wearing an interesting, embellished set of white headphones, which he is holding with both hands.

6 Oct 2021 E-News

Polyglot’s October e-news

“They bring a lot of light and joy!” We hope that you are safe and well. The situation in Melbourne has certainly changed since......

An indoor Paper Planet production photo. A child with a roll of masking tape on their hand is reaching up towards an orange tissue paper creation.

30 Jul 2021 E-News

Polyglot’s July e-news

“Connected, welcome, in wonder” Polyglot is delighted that some COVID-19 restrictions have eased in Victoria this week, and we look forward to connecting in......

A Paper Planet production photo. A child with dark hair, wearing a baseball jacket, joyfully hangs long strips of white paper on a suspended piece of tape. They are in a sunlit room lined with brown cardboard and other children creating with paper are visible in the background.

17 Jun 2021 E-News

Polyglot’s June e-news

Paper Planet – a universally accessible experience We hope that you and your family stayed safe and well during this recent period of restrictions......

An outdoor Boats production photo. A child and their adult hold a blue patterned vessel around themselves and are running excitedly. A child in a different blue vessel is also visible. They are in a sandstone courtyard with trees and buildings in the background.

27 Mar 2021 E-News

Polyglot’s March e-news

School holiday smorgasbord These school holidays, Polyglot is taking over Melbourne! Boats sails into the Arts Centre Melbourne Main Lawn from 9-17 April. At......

29 Jan 2021 E-News

Polyglot’s January e-news

A bright 2021 We’re leaping into 2021 with exciting news: Polyglot was successful in its application to the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand......

A 5678 Film Club photo. A student in a black hat, blue jumper and glasses stands in front of a red-brick wall. Their arms are crossed and they are smiling at the camera.

18 Sep 2020 E-News

Polyglot’s September e-news

Building diversity At Polyglot, we know first-hand that different ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds produce a more creative work environment that delivers better results. We......

A Cerita Anak (Child's Story) production photo. A Polyglot artist sits with an adult and child on the floor, creating colourful sea creatures with construction paper.

30 Apr 2020 E-News

Polyglot’s April e-news

The new normal It’s been six weeks since Australia’s lockdown restrictions came into place, and it’s slowly starting to feel like the new normal.......

A Light Pickers creative development photo. A small child stands in a darkened space, next to a pile of colourful, abstract glowing objects. They hold a glowing object close to their face, looking at it intently.

10 Feb 2020 E-News

Polyglot’s Jan/Feb e-news

“We are all making work for and with children and young people, and our work needs to reflect the age that we are living......

Acknowledgment of country

Polyglot acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and create, and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. For more than 65,000 years, children and families have created and played here, and we are grateful to make our art on this country too.