Jonathon Oxlade assists with that sensation through his fantastic set and scenery, transporting us into Bluey’s world, rather than relying on what is often a staple with children’s theatre, and bringing the cartoon into our world. This is lovely for both adults and their little ones as things can be pretty scary in the real world right now, so this show was such a nice escape from that, only made even better by this designer's calming colour palette and spectacular sensory elements.
The same can be applied to Richard Dinnen’s lighting, which takes us from pondering to partying and back again. It is the key which makes the show so immersive and joyful, and you absolutely cannot fault it!
There is also a plethora of online resources available before you visit the theatre, including a character breakdown, story synopsis, and Christmas Countdown Calendar! These provide extra magic that you can enjoy before the show, or take it home afterwards with you - and the same goes for the adorable merchandise on sale!