KIDS’ SHOWS

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LITTLE BIG SHOTS

Got your own little Spiel­berg at home? Take the nip­pers out to a film fes­ti­val made for – and by – kids with shorts, an­i­ma­tions and doc­u­men­taries from more than 20 dif­fer­ent coun­tries. Each one-hour ses­sion is filled with bite-sized films, grouped by tar­get age. àSyd­ney Opera House, Ben­ne­long Point 2000. 02 9250 7777. www. syd­ney­op­er­a­house.com. $23.70-$33.50. Var­i­ous ses­sion times. Sep 9-10.

GHOST JAM

Ghost Jam is an hour-long show re­count­ing some of Ja­pan’s best ghost tales, star­ring co­me­dian Sean Mur­phy and mu­si­cian So­phie Unsen. Ex­pect lots of gig­gles and gasps in this hour of whirl­wind ac­tion for adults with kids aged five and above. àGiant Dwarf, 199 Cleve­land St, Red­fern 2016. gi­ant­d­warf. com.au/events/ghost-jam. 10.30am & 12.30pm. $15$17.50. Sep 27-29.

GRUG AND THE RAIN­BOW

Based on the chil­dren’s book by Ted Prior, Grug and the Rain­bow fea­tures pup­petry and a gen­tle sto­ry­telling style for chil­dren aged one to five. Grug be­gan his life as the grassy top of a Bur­rawang tree and is now em­bark­ing on a jour­ney to find the rain­bow that has never been within reach. àLend Lease Dar­ling Quar­ter The­atre, 1-25 Har­bour St, Dar­ling Har­bour 2000. 02 8624 9340. www.mon­key­baa. com.au. Thu-Sat 10.30am, 12.30pm & 2.30pm. $29. Sep 7-9.

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