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The Sydney Opera House's amazing 2012 kids programme has been announced!

The 'House has announced yet another brilliantly curated line-up of music, film, theatre and comedy aimed at Sydney's under-age culture lovers. The programme will feature acclaimed touring international theatre-makers like Catherine Wheels, well-loved children's entertainers like the List Operators, and a huge range of new works and classic Australian writing. 

Returning after causing a stir with the theatre-going nippers in 2011, the Creative Play programme will continue to engage kids in the arts during each of the school holiday breaks. Expect a colourful and continually growing creative garden during the summer break; an exotic and dramatic remote island in April; a silly story house in July; and a wild forest in the September-October holidays. You'll find Creative Play in the Opera House's Western Foyer and it's free to participate.

Babies Proms will also be back in 2012, and will offer a series of four concerts – The Four Seasons, Music for Tutus, Nursery Rhymes and 'Twas the Night Before Christmas – to introduce young children to the wonderful world of the orchestra.

Shows include:

White 22–26 Feb

Escape From Peligro Island 19–28 Apr

Sydney Symphony Family Classics 1 & 2 Sun 13 May; Sun 4 Nov

More Fun Than A Wii 3–8 Jul

Little Big Shots 28–29 Jul

Man Covets Bird Sat 18 Aug

The Gruffalo's Child 24 Sep–6 Oct

Boxy George 3–13 Oct

Honey Spot Sat 10 Nov

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