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TICKETS GO ON SALE JUNE 4 @ 10AM
Get ready to Wiggle, CANADA! The world's favourite children's entertainment group, The Wiggles, are coming to perform for you as part of their Party Time Tour! This brand-new show will see Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony perform all over Canada, from the East Coast to the West Coast and everywhere in between.
The Party Time Tour! will feature Dorothy the Dinosaur, Captain Feathersword, Wags the Dog, Henry the Octopus and a brand-new Wiggly friend, Shirley Shawn the Unicorn! You can sing and dance along to all your favorite classic Wiggles songs as well as plenty of new favorites. Join Emma as she performs Irish, ballet and other bow-tiful dancing. Listen to Anthony play his guitar, banjo and bagpipes. Do the actions with Simon as he sings “Simon Says”, and if Lachy falls asleep, call out “Wake up Lachy!” because we need him for the show! In a world that’s increasingly virtual, The Wiggles offer something real. As author and actor Ben Elton says, “The core of The Wiggles is their humanity... The human scale of what they offer... There is something life enhancing about The Wiggles... A spirit, a good nature runs through them”.
This is your chance to experience all the fun of The Wiggles show in person. Join us and be a part of the Party Time Tour! With so many sold out shows last year, you better get a wiggle on and get your tickets now as tickets to the Party Time Tour! will sell like hot potatoes!
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Does a child or infant require a ticket?
Each patron, regardless of age, must have a valid ticket to enter the theatre. Both the fire code and theatre insurance policies require everyone in the theatre audience to have a ticket.
For a child that has not yet celebrated his or her first birthday, such child is permitted into the performance by first obtaining a “babes-in-arms” ticket, free of charge, from the Box Office with the purchase of an accompanying regular price ticket. This “babes-in-arms” ticket entitles the child entry to the theatre provided that the accompanying adult holds the child in their arms. If the adult wants the child to have its own seat, even if the child is less than one year old, the adult must purchase a full price ticket for the child.
There are a limited number of babes-in-arms tickets available for each performance on a first-come first-served basis, and they are to be picked up at Box Office when you arrive for the show.
If a parent does bring a young child of any age into the theatre and that child creates a disturbance, The Centre reserves the right to ask that parent and his or her child to leave the theatre.