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.


A Bees production photo. A Polyglot artist in an intricate black and yellow Bee costume kneels on green grass, engaging with two small children. Photographer: Theresa Harrison

12 Apr 2024

Bees at Children’s Food Bowl Festival

Bees is a joyful interactive work in which children are welcomed into a world of community, communication, wonder and imagination.

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Visual Story (Yes)
  • Registered Assistance & Companion Animals welcome
IMAGE: An outdoor Bees production photo. A Polyglot artist in an intricate black and yellow bee costume dances in front of the blue, yellow and black 'hive' set piece on a green lawn. They are surrounded by children, some wearing handmade paper bee costumes, following their movement. Trees are visible in the background. Photo by Theresa Harrison.

04 - 06 Apr 2024

Bees at Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne

This school holidays, visit the bushland at Cranbourne Gardens for a day of bee-inspired fun and nature play.

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Visual Story (Yes)
  • Registered Assistance & Companion Animals welcome
A Pram People (Hong Kong Edition) promo photo. Adults wearing headphones push prams decorated with brightly coloured ribbons on the Harbourside Lawn. Photo courtesy of Learning and Participation Team, Performing Arts Division, West Kowloon Cultural District

29 Mar - 01 Apr 2024

Pram People (Hong Kong Edition) at WestK FunFest

A fun and immersive spectacle using the pram to connect communities.

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Visual Story (Yes)
  • Registered Assistance & Companion Animals welcome
A Pram People (Hong Kong Edition) photo. Adults wearing headphones push their small children in prams decorated with brightly coloured ribbons. They are on a grassy lawn, with a harbour and palm trees in the background. Photo courtesy of Learning and Participation Team, Performing Arts Division, West Kowloon Cultural District.

23 Mar 2024

Dress rehearsal – Pram People (Hong Kong Edition) 「Pram People(香港版)」彩排活動

Melbourne families who speak Cantonese are invited to join us for a special bilingual dress rehearsal of Pram People (Hong Kong Edition) ahead

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Registered Assistance & Companion Animals welcome
A Paper Planet production photo. A Polyglot performer and a child sit in a forest of tall brown cardboard trees, adorned with paper plants and creatures. They look around with paper binoculars. Other performers, children and families are visible amongst the trees, creating and playing. Photographer: Sarah Walker

21 - 24 Mar 2024

Paper Planet at Tempe Center for the Arts (USA)

Let your imagination come to life in this world of paper!

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Visual Story (Yes)
  • Companion Card Affiliate
  • Registered Assistance & Companion Animals welcome
A Paper Planet production photo. A child in a white shirt with long dark hair wears large handmade brown paper wings and a handmade paper crown. They are smiling at something out of frame. Photographer: Martin Reddy, 2011

16 - 17 Mar 2024

Paper Planet at Segerstrom Center for the Arts (USA)

Paper Planet is a universally accessible experience that families find utterly captivating.

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Visual Story (Yes)
  • Companion Card Affiliate
  • Registered Assistance & Companion Animals welcome
A Bees production photo. Polyglot artists in intricate Bee costumes are perched on and around a large metal pipe. A child wearing handmade paper antennae and wings sits on the pipe looking at them. There is green lawn and trees in the background.

16 Mar 2024

Bees at Beckman Arts & Science Family Festival (USA)

Bees is a joyful interactive work in which children are welcomed into a world of community, communication, wonder and imagination.

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Visual Story (Yes)
A Pram People photo. An adult in a green jumper and headphones pushes a small child in a pram decorated with green streamers. They are surrounded by colourful motion blurs. The adult looks out of frame, while the child looks at the camera. Photographer: Sarah Walker

06 - 08 Mar 2024

Pram People at Joondalup Festival

A moment in time for children who ride in prams, and the adults who push them.

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Visual Story (Yes)
  • Registered Assistance & Companion Animals welcome
A Pram People production photo. A person wearing headphones pushes a pram decorated with brightly coloured ribbons. Behind them, Polyglot artists and other participants push similarly decorated prams in different directions. Photographer: Theresa Harrison

28 Feb 2024

Dress rehearsal – Pram People

Join Polyglot Theatre for a dress rehearsal in Melbourne ahead of our tour to Western Australia.

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Registered Assistance & Companion Animals welcome