Wednesday April 13, 2022
Heath Ledger Theatre, State Theatre Centre of WA
174-176 William St
Perth, WA 6000
Danielle Pritchard & Christy Filipich
Language/ Cultural Consultant
BOOK TICKETS - please email: Rachel email@example.com
Special Offer Tickets: Get $10 off the ticket price!
How to book:
Please call the Perth Theatre Trust PH: 6212 9292. Quote the code ‘UNIVERSE’ to get your tickets for only $35.00
Please note that phone purchases incur a booking fee.
Or book via this link: https://tickets.ptt.wa.gov.au/the-great-un-wondering-of-wilbur-whittaker-ptt-stc/18743-aln
First, enter the code ‘UNIVERSE’ into the promo code box in the top right corner
The booking page will refresh
Click on the ‘Access’ Booking button to unlock Auslan allocated seats
The booking page will again refresh
When you then click on the ‘Stalls’ section of the seating map, you will be able to see seats (blue circles):
Click on your preferred seats within that allocation and select the ‘Special Offer’ price type ($35.00); you can also select the ‘Companion Card’ price type if required
Continue with transaction until complete; booking fees will apply.
Book via the Perth Theatre Trust on 6212 9292. Request Auslan allocated seating for The Great Un-Wondering of Wilbur Whittaker on 13 April 10:00am.
Quote the code ‘UNIVERSE’ to access $35.00 special offer pricing within that allocation. Booking fees will apply.
Visit a Perth Theatre Trust Box Office between 9:00 – 5:00pm, Monday to Friday. Request Auslan allocated seating for The Great Un-Wondering of Wilbur Whittaker on 13 April 10:00am.
Quote the code ‘UNIVERSE’ to access $35.00 special offer pricing within that allocation. In-person bookings do not incur a booking fee.
All grown-ups were children once. Although few of them remember it.
There was a time, long ago, when Wilbur Whittaker’s mind would wander and wonder, but these days he cares more about sensible things like neck-ties and… fences.
As a boy, Wilbur kept his wonderings in a special shoebox, but as he grew up and followed the path of ‘What Was Best’ and ‘Doesn’t That Sound More Sensible’, he forgot all about his wonderings and his plans for one day.
That is until Wilbur is visited by a collections officer from ‘The Bureau’ – a recycling agency for long forgotten wonderings. Wilbur surrenders his special shoebox only to discover that without it, he begins to disappear. With time running out before he is un-wondered forever, Wilbur is drawn into an epic adventure that takes him to the furthest reaches of the galaxy.
From the writer/director duo behind 2021’s sell-out smash hit HOUSE and Helpmann Award-winning Bambert’s Book of Lost Stories, comes a brand new Australian play about creativity, growing up and living outside of the box. An intergalactic adventure for intergenerational audiences, this 80s inspired electric dream is a heartfelt and irreverent escapade for the whole family.