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KBB Music presents: Room on the Broom & Stick Man

05 Sep 2020


Saturday 5 September 2020, 11.30am - Saturday 5 September 2020, 12.30pm

Saturday 5 September 2020, 2.00pm - Saturday 5 September 2020, 3.00pm


Aotea Centre, 50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland City Centre

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Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre

  • Adult $40
  • Child $25
  • Family $110

09 623 1052

Booking fees may apply

Family favourites Room on the Broom and Stick Man, written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler, come to life on the big screen.

Enjoy these heart-warming stories complete with René Aubry’s magical music score performed live by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and conducted by Terry Davies.

Room on the Broom is an enchanting tale of friendship and family about a kind witch who invites a surprising collection of animals to join her and her cat on her broomstick.

Stick Man tells the story of a happy-go-lucky father’s epic journey across the seasons as he tries to make it home in time for Christmas.

A marvellous orchestral experience for young and old.

Room on the Broom ©Orange Eyes Limited 2012, Stick Man ©Orange Eyes Limited 2015.

Presented by KBB Music in association with Coast.


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