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Chitty Bitty Bang Bang Kids Go Free Promotion

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang flies into Her Majesty’s Theatre!

To celebrate the final weeks of Ian Fleming’s fantasmagorical stage musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne Aquarium is offering one free child pass to the aquarium when a single children’s ticket to the international blockbuster musical is purchased throughout March.

 

Sensational sets, stunning special effects, an irresistible story, and an unforgettable score by the Sherman Brothers (Mary Poppins) all add up to a blockbuster musical that has Australian critics and audiences raving. Starring David Hobson, Rachael Beck, Alan Brough, George Kapiniaris and the world’s most expensive stage prop in Chitty!

 

Click here for more information about performance times and how to redeem this exclusive offer!

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