The Magic Toyshop

Brisbane Powerhouse

The Magic Toyshop is an enchanting classical ballet - the tale of toys magically brought to life, performed at Brisbane Powerhouse by the Brisbane City Youth Ballet.

Audiences young and old will be entralled with the story of a young gypsy girl, alone in the streets, who finds shelter in a toyshop.

The Magic Toyshop Brisbane Powerhouse

As she hides among the toys she notices they are brought to life by a magical toymaker. The toymaker finds the gypsy orphan one night and after hearing her sad story he brings his toys to life to cheer her up.

The Magic Toyshop Brisbane Powerhouse

While he shares the toys with her, he and his wife fall in love with the innocent orphan and decide to adopt her.

The Magic Toyshop Brisbane Powerhouse

Watch as all the toys dance together and are accompanied by a beautiful fairy in the celebration of the gypsy girl’s new family.

In a nutshell - This is a school holiday must-see by young ballet fans aged from 4 yrs up.

Show times - Jul 4 -12.30pm, 3pm, 6.30pm; Jul 5 - 10am, 12.30pm, 3pm. (60 mins)

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The Magic Toy Shop

Brisbane Powerhouse

119 Lamington St

New Farm

Jul 4-5

$35 + trans fee

3358 8600

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