Bookings open for “My Dead Bunny” – The Musical!


Following the success of The Tuckshop Kid and Eric Vale, Epic, Fail,  we’re very proud to announce our third collaboration with the Story Arts Festival Ipswich, set to hit the stage this September – My Dead Bunny.

Written by Sigi Cohen and illustrated by James Foley, our team will bring a spooky and special tale to life, a perfect fun-filled evening in the off-beat style of The Nightmare Before Christmas, Coraline, and other classic monster stories.

As well as presenting the show to nearly 1000 students as part of the Story Arts Festival, we have a limited run of performances now on sale from Thu 7 to Sat 9 September, taking place at Studio 188.

We hope you can join us – be sure to follow along on Facebook as we introduce the cast and crew, and offer a few sneak peeks of the production. 

Tim & Cass


After his pet bunny Brad perishes in an electrifying accident, a young Boy struggles to say goodbye, but following a bizarre chain of events, it would seem that Bunny Brad’s journey isn’t quite over.

Odd odours, eerie earthworms, and strange shadows can only mean one thing – there’s an undead bunny going bump in the night. But with a cast of eccentric doctors, bizarre besties, creepy crawlies, peculiar parents, silly sisters, and ghoulish guests… defeating the undead may be a little tricky.

Delight in this new hare-raising musical adventure for the whole family bringing the creepy and hilarious picture book by Sigi Cohen and James Foley to life (in a deliciously zombie kind of way).

Created by THAT Production Company, the team behind the stage adaptations of The Tuckshop Kid and Eric Vale Epic Fail, this new premiere will thrill audiences of all ages.

You’ll be hopping mad if you miss out on this zombie rabbit tale – book now.


Dates: Thu 7 – Sat 9 September

Venue: Studio 188 (188 Brisbane St, Ipswich)

Times: 7.30pm nightly and 11am & 2pm Sat 9 September

Tickets: Adults $30, Concession/Youth (under30) $27, Child $20

Featuring William Boyd, Keziah Dos Santos, Gary Farmer-Trickett, Archie Horneman-Wren, Indigo Macrokanis, Jermia Turner and Bradley Chapman as the voice of the Narrator. 

Creatives: Director / Producer / Playwright: Timothy Wynn Creative Producer / Playwright: Cassandra Ramsay – Assistant Director / Make-Up: Nick Smith – Stage Manager: Courtney Mayhew – Production Designer: Raymond Milner – Choreographer: Mara Glass – Sound Designer: Christian Sargeant  – Songs and Lyrics by: Lizzie Flynn – Instruments arranged and played by: Alex Neil.


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