The Wiggles return to Christchurch 9 June

– and Dorothy the Dinosaur follows in July


Romp-Bomp-A-Chomp Hey!



The Wiggles, the world’s Number One pre-school band and a globally successful pre-school entertainment groups is retuning to the Christchurch Town Hall for two concerts on 9 June. Their 50 minute concerts are always sold-out at the Town Hall and their brand of entertainment has become a modern classic.


But that’s nowhere enough to satisfy their young fans so they’re sending Dorothy the Dinosaur’s Dance Party to Christchurch on 19 July. The Wiggles - Greg Page, who wears yellow, Murray Cook (red), Jeff Fatt (purple) and Anthony Field (blue) – designed, arranged and produced Dorothy the Donosaur’s Dance Party to help entertain their young fans between their own touring performances.


This will be the first time Christchurch has hosted the new production. The show features five year old Dorothy, Captain Feathersword the friendly pirate, Henry the Octopus and Wags the Dog. They sing all the favourite Wiggles songs, such as Here Comes A Song, Yummy Yummy, Big Red Car and Wiggly Wiggly Christmas.


The Wiggles group tops the Entertainers Rich List in Australia with concerts, merchandise and TV shows in several countries. They have been together for 13 years.  Three of the members (Anthony, Murray and Greg) were together studying Early Childhood Education at Sydney’s Macquarie University when they wrote original songs for a class music project.


The group regularly tours Australia, New Zealand, UK and USA.


Their first album was released in 1991. Several of their songs have won APRA awards for the Best Children’s Song (1994, 1995, 1996).


Their latest CD/Video production is LIVE! Hot Potatoes.