Horrible Harriet

Horrible Harriet
Photograph: Heidrun Lohr

Time Out says

Leigh Hobbs’ best-selling book comes to life on Arts Centre Melbourne's stage

Wicked, wild and wonderful, Horrible Harriet isn’t your regular child. She lives in the roof of her school and keeps teachers chained in the cellar to do her homework. She doesn’t really see eye-to-eye with the other children, but Harriet really wants a friend – and she may have just found one.

Written by Maryam Master and adapted from the books by Leigh Hobbs, this stage production comes from the team behind the 52-Storey Treehouse and Mr Stink. Through songs, laughs and mischievous fun, you’ll be able to see Harriet’s tale of friendship come to life.

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