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Peter and the Wolf - A Musical Fairytale

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Orchestra Victoria Studio

Joan Hammond Hall

77 Southbank Boulevard

Southbank, Victoria 3006


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Prokofiev’s much-loved musical fairytale, Peter and the Wolf, is back by popular demand this February.

Join Orchestra Victoria for Peter and the Wolf, the perfect first musical experience for children aged three and up. Illustrated by the sounds of the woodwind and brass sections, this thrilling tale is masterfully narrated by Artistic Director Nicolette Fraillon.

This heart-warming work tells the story of courageous Peter and his animal friends, who outwit a big bad wolf. An interactive performance, Peter and the Wolf will teach children about the different instruments as they sit up-close to the musicians, and have them singing all the way home.

Lasting under 30 minutes, Peter and the Wolf is a delightful way to introduce children to live music. Bring your favourite stuffed toy and a cushion, dress as an animal if you feel like it, and join in the fun at Orchestra Victoria’s new venue in Southbank.


Wednesday 6 February - Saturday 9 February 2019 | Multiple Shows Daily

Your Visit:

Box Office/Front of House opening hours:

The box-office will open 45 minutes prior to each performance, and the studio will open 30 minutes prior to the performance.

Book ahead online to avoid a queue! Online ticket sales will remain open up to 1-hour prior to the performance.

Getting Here:

Orchestra Victoria’s studio, Joan Hammond Hall, is located at 77 Southbank Boulevard, on the corner of Sturt St and Southbank Boulevard, opposite the ABC Building. It is within walking distance of the Melbourne CBD and Southbank complex.

Parking is available at The Australian Ballet Centre, conveniently located behind Arts Centre Melbourne on Kavanagh St. For more information about car parking, visit The Australian Ballet Website.

Southbank Redevelopment:

Melbourne City Council has started construction for the first stage of the Transforming Southbank Boulevard and Dodds Street project.

Southbank boulevard will be closed to cars between St Kilda Rd and Sturt St (it remains open for trams and pedestrians). You can access The Australian Ballet Centre Car Park via a temporary detour along Grant St or continue to use Sturt St, Kavanagh St or City Rd.

More information on this Project.

Audience Seating:

Audience seating for this performance is general admission, with families seated on cushions on the floor. Chairs will be available for audience members with limited mobility and/or access requirements.


Children aged under two years do not require a ticket and are admitted free of charge provided they sit on the lap of the accompanying adult throughout the performance.

Pram Parking:

An area will be available for pram parking during the performance. This will be accessible during the performance however to ensure safe access for all, prams cannot be taken into the audience seating area or left in the designated walkways in the studio space.

Baby Change Facilities:

Yes, baby change facilities will be available and accessible to all parents. You can ask any of our staff to direct you to the facilities.


Orchestra Victoria endeavours to accommodate the individual needs of patrons wherever possible. Please phone Orchestra Victoria reception on (03) 9694 3600 or email us at orchestrainfo@australianballet.com.au with your access needs.

National Companion Card Scheme:

Orchestra Victoria supports the National Companion Card scheme. For more information about the Companion Card, visit companioncard.gov.au. To book tickets using your Companion Card, please phone Orchestra Victoria on (03) 9694 3600.


What if I need assistance during the show?

Front of House staff will be on-hand during the performance to assist you at all times.

If my child or I need to leave the performance, is there somewhere to go?

Yes, we have a quiet area with couches available and you may exit the performance at any point as required. You will be able to re-enter the performance when you are ready. Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult at all times when they are in the venue, including the quiet area and bathrooms.

Am I elligible for a concession ticket?

Concession tickets are available to holders of the following proof-of-concession cards provided that the card is valid at the time of purchase: Australian Government issued Seniors Card, Pension Card or Healthcare Card, State Government issued Seniors Card, or Public Transport Victoria Concession Card.

You may be asked to provide proof of concession to venue staff when attending performances.

Can I send my child to the performance unaccompanied?

Peter and the Wolf is designed to be a shared live performance experience for children and their carers. All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times when in the venue.

Can we bring food or drink into the performance space?

For the comfort and safety of all audience members, food and drink besides water in a sealed drink bottle cannot be brought into the studio. Food and drink can be consumed in the foyer, and there are many great cafes in the precinct to have a pre or post-show snack.

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Orchestra Victoria Studio

Joan Hammond Hall

77 Southbank Boulevard

Southbank, Victoria 3006


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Refund Policy

No Refunds

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