Australia's favourite Heeler family is hitting the stage in Wagga next week.
A theatrical adaptation of the award-winning children's television series, Bluey's Big Play features an original story that will be brought to life by puppets.
The series follows a Blue Heeler pup, Bluey, who lives with her Mum, Dad and little sister.
The show's director, Rosemary Myers, said the stage production features the whole Heeler family.
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"Like the rest of Australia, we love Bluey and it's a thrill and a privilege to bring these brilliant characters into the three dimensional world," she said.
"We can't wait to see fans across NSW and beyond in 2021."
Carissa Campbell, from the Wagga Civic Theatre, said they were thrilled to host the show.
"We worked very hard to get Bluey here," she said.
"We wanted to make it happen. I loved the show and I knew so many others here did as well."
Lachlan MacLeod, the puppeteer for Bandit, Bluey's dad, said he was thrilled to be bringing the show to Wagga.
"I identify with Bandit, if there was a human version of him, I would be very close to it," he said.
"I have young twins and they are absolutely obsessed with Bluey.
"I am really proud that we have taken this 2D show that kids love to watch and made it a 3D one where the Heeler family are in the room with you."
Wagga Civic Theatre will host the production on March 6 and 7, for more information go to www.civictheatre.com.au.
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