The 52-Storey Treehouse @ the Melbourne Arts Centre

The 52-Storey Treehouse play 

This is a play by Richard Tulloch adapted from the best-selling book The 52-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton.

When: April 1-17

Where: The Playhouse Theatre at the Melbourne Arts Centre

Definitely a ‘must see’ for fans of Andy and Terry. Click HERE for details. 

The Treehouse Series website

Exciting news!! The Treehouse series by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton now has its very own interactive website! 

Click on the picture below and have fun exploring…

The Treehouse Series

Do you have a favourite part of the website?

Also exciting to see this tweet from Andy about the The 65-Storey treehouse

It is really interesting to be able to see some of the drawing tools on Terry’s desk that he uses for his illustrations. Terry must have a huge collection of pens!

The 13-storey Treehouse stage show is coming to Melbourne in 2014

Did you know that “The 13-storey Treehouse” by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton has been made into a stage show?   It will be here in Melbourne at the Arts Centre for the April school holidays in 2014!  

Find out more about the show and how to book your tickets here

Please welcome to the stage…Andy and Terry! Today, their first play opens – except that they forgot to write it. Where will they find flying cats, a mermaid, a sea monster, an invasion of monkeys, and a giant gorilla? Luckily the theatre has an extensive prop and costume collection and some very impressive stage technology.

More adventures for Terry Denton’s crazy fish, Gasp!

The Year Four students have recently completed a Character Study of Terry Denton’s crazy fish called Gasp.

The Year Fours enjoyed listening to Gasp’s crazy adventures and have explored the ways Terry created humour in both the text and illustrations.  They also focused on the ways Terry draws Gasp and how he uses Gasp’s eyes, eyebrows, mouth and fins to convey his expressions and then practised themselves. After brainstorming possible titles the Year Fours then created their own crazy adventures for Gasp by designing a front cover with an eye-catching title, intriguing byline and they also wrote a short blurb for the adventure.  Here are a few of their front covers…