Ear of the Cat

  • Ainslie Arts Centre 30 Elouera St Braddon, ACT, 2612 Australia

ICON WATER presents
in association with Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres


An interactive music adventure for Children

Come on an adventure of discovery as deep within an underground Egyptian tomb, four mummified cats are woken by a mysterious sound. Join these inquisitive cats and be lead by your ears, as you journey through an unfamiliar new world of haunted mazes, video games, and the streets of contemporary Cairo to help the cats find a way to belong in the land of the living. Can you guess the mysterious sound?

Travel to imaginary worlds and make your very own ‘ear of the cat’ in this interactive, multimedia performance by the Griffyn Ensemble. Curiosity doesn’t all ways kill the cat, in this case it might just bring them back to life.

The Griffyn Ensemble

WRITTEN by Michael Sollis
DIRECTED by Cathy Petocz


  • Saturday 30 April at 10.00am
  • Sunday 1 May at 10.00am
  • Sunday 1 May at 2.00pm

Adult: $25.00
Children (12 and under): $15

Please note: Seats are guaranteed only where an adult ticket is purchased ($25). Children will be encouraged to sit on the floor at the front of the auditorium where they be closer to the performers and can feel part of the action – feel free to bring your own cushion! Adults are more than welcome to join their children on the floor up the front or to seat younger children on their knees. For this concert, the children’s ticket price applies to children aged 3-12 years. Children under the age of 3 will be admitted free of charge without a ticket.

Concert supported by BETTY BEAVER