Spend the whole day at DreamBIG Children’s Festival

With many events in the Adelaide CBD, we encourage you to spend the whole day at DreamBIG.

Most workshops within the festival are free*. So, all of the suggested itineraries below cost no more than $16 per student (or $9 if you are an equity school).

Need Advice?
Email us at dreambig@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au with the ages and number of students attending and ‘Booking Advice’ in the subject line, and we will suggest a suitable schedule.

*Priority for free workshops is given to schools attending a paid performance.

Years K/R

10.15am
Take part in the interactive performance, Like Me, Like You at the Migration Museum
11.30am
Walk or catch a tram to the Adelaide Festival Centre for lunch and a run in Elder Park then check out one of the many free exhibitions
1pm The Gruffalo Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre

Years 3-4

10am
Robot Song Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre
11am
Walk or catch a tram to Freemasons and have lunch in the ornate foyer
12.30pm
Dance Like Everybody Is Watching You Main Hall, Freemasons
1pm
Check out Phil Cummings: Stories Behind the Books at  the State Library on your way back to catch transport

Years 4-5

10.15am
New Owner Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre
11am
Check out the Animate Your Future installation and other exhibitions in the Festival Theatre Foyer
11.30am
Walk to the SA Museum and have lunch on the grounds
12.30pm
The Boy Who Loved Tiny Things The Armoury, SA Museum

Years 6-7

10.15am
Katie’s Birthday Party John Bishop Room, Adelaide Festival Centre
11.30am
Walk over to the Drill Hall to see Of All The People In All The World
12pm
Have lunch in the adjacent gardens
1pm
Head back to Elder Park for a 10 Minute Dance Party

Years 8-9

10.30am
The Displaced Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre
11.30am Have lunch and then check out An Anthology of Un-Kept Secrets in the Space Theatre Foyer
12.30pm Have some fun on Guru Dudu's Silent Disco Walking Tour