Night Night


From the creators of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer and New Owner, Arielle Gray and Tim Watts have teamed up with co-director Luke Kerridge and composer Rachel Claudio to present their newest creation, Night Night.

Highly visual and playfully cinematic, Night Night tells the heartwarming story of life, death and penguin madness. A reclusive antarctic penguin researcher with a secret deadly brain illness must team up with a mysterious, glowing spirit to save both their souls.

Using puppetry and digital trickery, Night Night probes the thin veil between worlds, taking inspiration from the many wondrous and terrifying things that occur both in reality and in our imaginations.

This preview season of our latest show gives audiences a unique opportunity to be among some of the first people to see Night Night. Putting our shows in front of audiences is a vital last stage of our creative process and we would love to have you there.

Hamilton Hill Memorial Hall
1 – 3 August, 2024

St Stephens Duncraig
9- 10 August, 2024

Don Russell Performing Arts Centre
16 August, 2024

Koorliny Arts Centre
23 – 24 August, 2024


This project is assisted by the City of Joondalup under it’s Art Development Scheme initiative.

Event details

  • Duration: 75 minutes
  • Content Warning: The show contains adult themes: reference to death and illness, mild strobe. Tickets vary in price venue to venue, please see your venue link above to buy tickets and for more information.
  • Age Recommendation: 15 +

Event Venues

Hamilton Hill Memorial Hall

  • Dates: 01 Aug - 03 Aug 2024

St Stephens Duncraig

  • Dates: 09 Aug - 10 Aug 2024

Don Russell Performing Arts Centre

  • Dates: 16 Aug 2024

Koorliny Arts Centre

  • Dates: 23 Aug - 24 May 2024

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