Masks are mandatory when visiting HOTA at this time. stay safe, and please make sure to keep up to date with Queensland government guidelines at health.qld.gov.au.

A Bee Story

A unique physical theatre performance for children and families, A Bee Story is a kaleidoscope of circus, acrobatics, dance, and live music. When Queen Bee and Worker Bee must work together to rebuild their hive, things never go quite to plan.

Exploring themes of environmentalism, sustainability, and community, A Bee Story is created and directed by Australian performer and director Robbie Curtis (Circa, Cirque du Soleil, Circus Oz, Australian Ballet), and co-created by musician and performer Lizzie McRae.

Join the bees on their buzzy adventures and enter their floral world – be enchanted by their pollen-collecting skills, honey-making abilities, and super-bee strength.

Presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts, ARC Circus Dance Theatre and Cluster Arts

Workshops

These workshops will take place in ArtLab in HOTA Central from 9.30am-10.30am.

Wednesday

Bee Juggling balls

Saturday

Life of Bees rock painting

Looking to book a school visit?

Visit our education page to find out more and make your school booking.

2021Education ProgramBook a School Group

Eat & Drink

Stop by the HOTA Café for a bite to eat. Click through to our Eat and Drink options for opening times and more information.

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Keeping You Safe

To keep everyone safe while at HOTA we have a COVID Safe plan and are using the new Check In Queensland app. Please make sure you keep up to date with Queensland Government guidelines at health.qld.gov.au.

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