Fringe Kids, Musical Theatre & Cabaret, Music, Comedy, Immersive & Interactive

The Vegetable Plot

NSW, AUSTRALIA

Tickets $20 - $25

Sat 24 - Mon 26 Sep | 50 minutes ARA Darling Quarter Theatre
SHOW IS RATED: G
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Beloved Aussie kids band The Vegetable Plot first sprouted at the 2014 Sydney Fringe, winning the award for Best Children's show.

Since then Aspara Gus, Ru Barb and Sir Paul McCarrotney have travelled all over Australia playing their funky-fresh tunes and spreading Love and Peas.

Now part of the ABC Kids music family, with listeners in over 100 countries, multiple international awards and more than a million streams on Spotify, The Vegetable Plot has grown into that rare thing: a “kids band” that adults enjoy listening to just as much as the kids.

Serving up a show packed with “veggie bangers” like Avocado, Mango, Waiting for a Bus and Pajamazon Jungle, The Vegetable Plot has recently teamed up with acclaimed puppeteer Kay Yasugi to add some brand new flavours to their live show, especially for this year’s Sydney Fringe.

Don’t worry though, Gus’s veggie dad jokes will still be as rotten as ever!

Show details

Show details
  • 50 minutes
  • Venue 1: ARA Darling Quarter Theatre
Performance notes
  • Australian Premiere
  • Performance accessibility:
    Monday 26 Sep
Venue details & accessibility
ARA Darling Quarter Theatre

ARA Darling Quarter Theatre 1-25 Harbour Street, Sydney
Telephone: 286249341

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    Reviews

    What really kept me engaged was the sheer level of lyrical intellect and complexity, something that promises to keep the parents entertained while the kids are having a blast. What's on Sydney

    Sensational - sonically rich, and showing off some seriously impressive musicianship. It's also wonderfully entertaining. Kinderling Kids Radio

    Credits
    • Producer, Composer, Writer, Performer – Luke Escombe
    • Performer – Nick Hoorweg
    • Performer – Paige Hoorweg
    • Puppeteer – Kay Yasugi
    Presented by
    • Presented by Luke Escombe