Giant Banana in Gregson Park: CURB by Curious Legends

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What happens when a giant Banana Peel, Bendy Straw and Shoe meet in a park, at night, with an illuminated giant? It must be another Curious Legends production…

On Saturday 11 December, Curious Legends are bringing Gregson Park to life with another family-friendly event, and the launch of their new outdoor production, CURB. 

This event includes live music, food trucks, roving artists, chalk workshops – and of course, their trademark illuminated, giant puppets. The culmination event of the 150 Year Hamilton Celebrations, this is a free family event, and not to be missed!

“This show is all about Trash.” explains Mitchell Reese, Curious Legends Artistic Director. “We’ve taken a simple concept – throwing away a banana peel, and made it larger than life. For anyone who saw Taylor’s Run earlier this year – our Giant Peel is getting its own show!”

CURB will be held on Saturday 11 December from 5pm to 9pm in Gregson Park in Hamilton.

Covid-19 Policy: Participants must be double vaccinated, in-line with public health orders
Cost: Free (but bookings are essential)
Location: Gregson Park, Steele Street, Hamilton

Funded by Newcastle City Council’s SBR, RISE, and Port of Newcastle, there are a number of Trash Creature workshops that also part of the event


Curbside Critters
Date: Sunday, December 5th
Location: Curious Legends Studio, 1 Swan Street, Hamilton
Cost: FREE – registrations essential
Times: 10am to 4pm (1 hour workshop slots)

Trash Creatures
Date: Sunday, December 11th
Time: 3pm to 4:30pm
Location: Hudson Street Hum, 7 Hudson Street, Hamilton
Cost: $5 – registrations essential

For more information, visit the Curious Legends website.

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