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A Bee Story - Auckland Arts Festival

Sunday 26 March 2023
Tickets: Free




In partnership with Auckland Arts Festival, come along to Sculptureum on Sunday March 26 2023 to experience a
complimentary viewing of the show “A Bee Story”.
Kids and their families will get a buzzy buzz out of this delightful, gravity-defying circus show celebrating the amazing
talents, resourcefulness and resilience of bees.
It’s a sticky situation, alright. After a bushfire wreaks havoc, a Queen Bee and Worker Bee must work together to
rebuild their hive, despite things never quite going to plan…
Brilliantly performed by Robbie Curtis (Cirque du Soleil) and talented musician, clown and acrobat Liz McRae, A Bee
Story is a veritable juggling act of circus, acrobatic, dance and live music entertainment. This instantly enchanting show
is an ode to the pollen-collecting, honey-making, super-bee powers of the world’s most versatile insect – and an
enlightening modern-day message on environmentalism, sustainability and community spirit.
“A charming piece that is that rare thing – genuinely entertaining for all the family.” — Fringe Review UK
Entry to the show is free for everyone. Bring along your picnic blanket / outdoor chairs and find a spot on
Sculptureum’s lawn, The Terrace. Reserve your tickets today to avoid disappointment.

Please note - guests are not able to bring their own food with them to the show however are able to purchase food and drinks on site.

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Getting Here
We're based at 40 Omaha Flats Road, Matakana. If you're heading from Auckland CBD, we're 2km past the Matakana Village and 11km from Warkworth (turn right off SH1 towards Omaha and Leigh). There is plenty of free parking available on site. If you require a wheelchair for your visit, please contact to book. Check out our FAQ's here before you arrive.


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