Free tickets for families affected by the Perth fires

the-deepPhoto – Jessica Wyld

Families affected by the recent Perth Hills bushfires are being offered free family passes to Spare Parts Puppet Theatre’s current season of Tim Winton’s The Deep in Fremantle.

Spare Parts’ Artistic Director, Philip Mitchell, said that after hearing about the devastating fires that the company wanted to help and express its support for those who have been affected.

“We hope that some time out for families might bring some respite from these difficult circumstances,” he said.

The company is also accepting cash donations throughout the season, which runs until February 1,  in support of the Lord Mayor's Distress Relief Fund.

The complimentary family passes are for the 10am and 1pm performances on Saturday January 25 and are allocated on a first come basis by calling 9335 5044.

The show is 50 minutes long and is suitable for children aged 4 to 12 and their families. Based on the book by Tim Winton, The Deep is an uplifting adventure story about a young girl who learns to overcome her fears with the help of a dolphin.

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