PopBaby Pop Culture Calendar - March 2016
All the best events, TV and movies for Australian parents and their kids to enjoy in March.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - PopBaby Pop Culture Calendar - March 2016
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Spectrum Now Festival
March 1 - 16
The Spectrum Now Festival is taking over Sydney
once again. Immerse yourself in art, music, stage
and talks across multiple venues citywide. The
Domain will be transformed into a vintage circus
fairground from 313 March, including Big Top full of
music and comedy acts, lots of free entertainment,
a KidZone and a delicious selection of food and
drinks served up by some of Sydney’s hottest
restaurants and bars.
March 4 - 12
See Canberra in a different light this Autumn!
Over nine illuminated nights the whole family
can enjoy free and ticketed events such as
blockbuster exhibitions and rare films,
captivating projections, intriguing live music and
performances, standup comedy, thrilling tours
into the depths of our national attractions,
exclusive dining experiences and more.
Mad Max: Fury Road
Fresh off it's 6 Oscar wins, go along for the ride
on the Fury Road. Everyone's favourite Road
Warrior, Mad Max Rockatansky, becomes swept
up with a group fleeing across the Wasteland in a
War Rig driven by an elite Imperator, Furiosa.
One of the greatest action movies ever ensues.
Definitely one for when the kid are in bed
Foxtel Movies Premiere - 8.30pm
What time is it? Adventure Time!
Tune in to Cartoon Network for a brand new
season of super algebraic adventures in the
land of Ooo. This means more fun with the
coolest guys in the tooniverse, Finn and Jake.
This season includes an eightepisode miniseries
focused on the Marceline the Vampire Queen
AND a BMO birthday special. Fun for young and
Cartoon Network - Weekdays 6.30pm
The latest Disney Animation toon hits the streets of
the animal city of Zootopia with a fasttalking con
man fox and a selfrighteous cop rabbit. When they're
embroiled in a conspiracy, they're forced to team up
and discover even natural enemies can become best
friends. The kids will love the endless animal puns and
action sequences, and judging from previous Disney
toons Wreck It Ralph and Big Hero 6, there'll be alot
for parents to love too.
Moonlight Cinema Preview (NSW/WA/Vic)
In Cinemas March 17
Kid's Choice Awards
The world's slimiest awards show is back
for another go round, chock full of
celebrities willing to get oozed for their
fans. It's loud, silly, and exactly what your
kids want to see! The best part is that they
can even vote for local celebrities via the
Nickelodeon website www.nick.com.au
Nickelodeon - 11am
Sydney Royal Easter Show
Step right up for handson animal experiences,
amazing agricultural displays, worldclass
entertainment, stunning fireworks and
exhilarating thrills. There's something for
everyone at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Just give in to the fact that you'll come home
laden with showbags that will cost too much
and give too little, and you'll have a good time!
Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
March 18 - 20
Annie, the world’s favourite family musical, is
coming to Perth's Regal Theatre for four
performances only. With its awardwinning
book and score, this new production includes
the unforgettable songs It’s the Hard Knock
Life, Easy Street, I Don’t Need Anything But
You and Tomorrow. Don’t miss Annie – you can
bet your bottom dollar that you’ll love it!
Head to Ticketek for dates and prices:
Regal Theatre - Perth, WA
It doesn’t get more cult classic than Labyrinth. Adored
by millions of fans from 9 to 99 year old, this fantastic
fantasy is a mustwatch (and frequently re
watch). Selfish teen, Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is given
13 hours to solve a labyrinth and rescue her brother
(Toby Froud) from Goblin King (David Bowie) after she
wishes for him to be taken away. You and the kids can
be entralled again by this classic at Adelaide's Open Air
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
Ben & Jerry's Open Air Cinema
Batman v. Superman:
Dawn Of Justice
The ultimate DC superhero matchup is finally here.
After years of trying to play catchup to Marvel, DC
is finally playing it's trump card, and it's a doozy.
Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Doomsday
I'm not sure you could fit anything else into this
movie. Hopefully this lives up to expectations. Drop
the younger kids with Grandma and Grandpa and
go have yourself a Super time.
In Cinemas Nationwide
Kung Fu Panda 3
Po and the gang are back for a third go
round and this time there's more panda
cuteness for all. The film looks amazing,
and there's always enough in this series
for young and old to enjoy. Plus,
In Cinemas Nationwide
Ice Age Live!
This arena spectacular brings to life the critically
acclaimed, smashhit Ice Age movies, with
everyone's favourite characters Sid, Manny, Diego
and of course Scrat! The first show of its kind to
combine exceptional ice skating, aerial arts,
puppetry and film, Ice Age Live! A Mammoth
Adventure will be the coolest event since the
mammoths roamed the earth.
CLICK FOR TICKET INFO
Ben & Holly's
Little Kingdom Live
March 26 & 30
Join Ben and Holly as they help Gaston the Ladybird
clean up his messy cave, go on a trip into The Big World
with toothfairy Nanny Plum and plan a surprise
birthday party for King Thistle. Oops, let's hope there's
not another jelly flood! Featuring full size characters
and colourful costumes, this beautiful story of elves,
princesses and childhood innocence will delight all the
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
Her Majesty's Theatre - Melbourne, VIC