A place to keep the most precious of things. A place to embrace the awe and wonder of nature.

Showcasing exquisite puppetry, an enigmatic host, audience interaction and a world of rare and exotic animals, ARC is a profound experience that embraces the natural world and the creatures that cohabit this place we call Earth.

ARC presents intimate, magical encounters with rare and vulnerable species, raising important questions about our collective and individual relationship with nature and loss.

Renowned as innovators of physical and visual theatre, for the past three decades Erth’s body of work has explored the depths of the past. With ARC, they look unblinkingly to the future, as this menagerie of animals transforms the stage before your very eyes.

Pair this show up with a visit to the Australian Fossil & Mineral Museum to explore the concept of the endangered and the extinct.

It’s an invocation, especially to the children, to think about their place in the natural world; about where they fit in with these remarkable animals.” Artsplorers

Event and Ticket Details

Hearing Aid Loop Wheelchair Access
Dates & Times
Ian Macintosh Theatre 105 William St, Bathurst NSW 2795 Get Directions

$22 per student / additional teacher

1 free teacher per 15 students

Event Notes

Stage 2, 3 and 4

55 minutes plus Q&A

This performance contains fog and smoke effects, and loud noises.

Subjects English, Drama, Science & Technology
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Also performing at Orange Civic Theatre September 24 at 10:30am and 12:30pm. Call 02 6393 8112 to book.


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