Christmas Bedtime Stories are hitting the streets of Brisbane
Bring your best PJ’s and your favourite picnic rug to settle down for a Christmas bedtime story with Subway and The Little Red Company.
It’s the night before Christmas, and as Santa creeps through the house, not a creature is stirring…
Join us from the 14th to the 19th of December as we travel Brisbane in our Christmas Caravan, performing a reading of ‘The Night Before Christmas’ and delivering a before bed snack of Santa’s favourite cookie.
All cookies and baked goods may contain traces of tree nuts and peanuts. For a full list of Ingredient Allergens please visit www.subway.com.au.
Tuesday 14th Dec
5pm Woolcock Park Playground, Red Hill
6pm Ashgrove Library, Ashgrove
Wednesday 15th Dec
5pm Yimbun Park, Sunnybank
6:05pm Coopers Plains Library, Coopers Plains
Thursday 16th Dec
4:30pm Frew Park, Milton
5:40pm Mitchelton Library, Mitchelton
6:55pm New Farm Library, New Farm
Friday, 17th Dec
4:30pm Lavarack Park, Camp Hill
5:35pm Hawthorne Park (Livvi’s Place), Hawthorne
6:55pm Bayside Park, Manly
Saturday, 18th Dec
4:30pm Orleigh Park, West End
5:55pm Kidspace Playground, Chermside
7:10pm T C Beirne Park, Hendra
Sunday, 19th Dec
4:30pm Rafting Ground Reserve, Brookfield
5:30pm Westaway Park, Moggill
6:40pm Cubberla Creek Reserve East Playground, Chapel Hill
Madeleine Little is an actor and theatre maker based in Brisbane. She wrote, directed and performed in her most recent work, Hold, which tested accessible theatre practice, and since 2015 she has been a member of the Indelability Arts Ensemble as co-deviser and performer – most recently at Adelaide Fringe and on the regional QLD tour in October 2018.
Madeleine was the Access Consultant for the Festival of Australian Student Theatre 2018. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama) from Queensland University of Technology and a Master of Arts (Creative Arts) through University of Southern Queensland, researching accessible theatre practice. Madeleine now works as Festival Director for Undercover Artist Festival, presented by Access Arts in Queensland.
Ngoc is a Brisbane based actor and playwright. Just some of her theatre credits include A Streetcar Named Desire (La Boite Theatre Company); Splendour (Now Look Here); and The Mathematics of Longing (La Boite’s 2018 season) with screen credits also including Australia Day (Hoodlum/Foxtel); Freudian Slip Web series (Broken Head Productions); and Schapelle (Fremantle Media).
She was an Artist In Residence at La Boite Theatre Company in 2016 and 2018 and was one of the participants in the Lotus First Draft Program supported by Playwriting Australia and Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP).
Ngoc Phan graduated from the WAAPA Acting program in 2004 and studied at the Atlantic Acting School in New York (2007) doing the Practical Aesthetics Summer Intensive.