Picasso and His Dog
Presented by the 2019 AWESOME International Arts Festival for Bright Young Things and University Theatres
One fine spring morning in 1957, an elongated sausage dog named Lump arrived at the villa of the great 20th Century artist Pablo Picasso.
Lump looked into the deep, brown eyes of the artist and decided... he was home.
Picasso and His Dog tells the tale of a man and his dog, deep love, and the art their friendship inspired. This gorgeous new work by Melbourne’s Lemony S Puppet Theatre is an inventive mix of live performance, puppetry and art-making on-stage. It is a story of how the loving animals in our lives inspire us to be excellent humans (and artists).
Artist: Lemony S Puppet Theatre
Place of Origin: Victoria
Standard (Adult): $28
Family pass (4 tickets): $100
Concession (Pensions, Seniors, Unwaged, Students): $25
Group 10+: $22 each
Looking for an art workshop designed for kids? Check out the SpringArts activities run by UWA's Cultural Precinct. To accompany the opening night of Picasso and His Dog, there's a puppet workshop on Friday October 11! Why not sign the kids up and go to the University Club Cafe for dinner after before catching the show at 6pm?