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Puppets, Picasso and a sausage dog called Lump

This is the story of Picasso and his sausage dog Lump.

Based on a true story, Picasso and his Dog uses ingenious puppetry, imaginative theatre and live on-stage painting.

It will delight primary school aged children and their families when the show visits Swan Hill this March.

The performance tells the story of how one spring morning, a very curious puppy arrived at the home of Pablo Picasso.

From this first chance meeting, a life-long bond was forged between the two. Over 16 years, Lump appeared in more than 50 of Picasso’s works of art.

“This show will play at Melbourne Arts Centre in March and then head up the highway to Swan Hill,” the Town Hall’s Greg Hordacre said.

“We are looking forward to bringing this adventurous and unique show to Swan Hill.”

The show is best suited to children aged four and up, their families and school audiences.

When: Wednesday, 27 March at 11am
Where: Swan Hill Town Hall PACC
Cost: Children 15 years and under $15, 16 years and over $18, adult accompanying children under 15 – free.

Book your tickets now!

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