Kids

Puss In Boots

“Through the years I have been known by many names. Diablo Gato, The Furry Lover, Chupa Cabra, Frisky Two Times and then The Gingerhead man. But to most, I am Puss in Boots, outlaw.” - Puss In Boots. Puss In Boots is an ideal treat for a holiday outing this summer. It will captivate little ones […]

The Dancing Heart Of Coogee

When the Empire Performing Arts dancers hit the stage on Friday at St Brigid’s for the inaugural annual concert, it will be the fulfilment of a lifelong dream for Coogee local and dance school director Emma Milgate. At 18 years of age, the Royal Academy of Dance instructor moved to Coogee with stars in her […]

Bill Nye Live In Australia

He looks like he could be the next Dr Who, but this eccentric, bow-tie attired scientist was born in Washington DC and probably hasn’t done any time-travelling - although, with Bill Nye, you can never be sure. However, we do know that his visit to Australia next month will be his first to this continent. […]

Ghost Jam

A new kids show, Ghost Jam is playing for the September school holidays, providing young families with a great excuse to take their kids on a fun day out. Delivering a comedic take on classic Japanese ghost stories, comedian Sean Murphy and instrumentalist Sophie Unsen interact and challenge the audience, while playing an array of […]

Where The Streets Had A Name

A brand new Australian play based on the novel by Randa Abdel-Fattah will make its premiere this coming week thanks to the award winning theatre company for young people, Monkey Baa. Written and directed by Monkey Baa Creative Director Eva Di Cesare (Diary of a Wombat) and developed after an extensive engagement program with school […]

Bear Hunt

Featuring an all Australian cast, the live theatre show of the much loved picture book We’re Going On a Bear Hunt - by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, promises songs, laughter, music and rhymes. Packed with puppetry, a bit of mud and of course a bear, it will be an outing for little […]

Thai-riffic!

Watch out kids - this school holidays the Monkey Baa Theatre Company is bringing to you a play full of heartwarming moments and laughter galore. Oliver Phommavanh’s best selling novel Thai-riffic! is coming to stage, and he promises this to be a fun time out for children. “Lots of craziness and embarrassment from Lengy’s family […]

The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes

Fancy yourself as a super-sleuth? Step into the shoes of Sherlock Holmes and step back into late Victorian London to solve this entirely immersive and interactive mystery. Visit the study of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, doctor turned author and man behind the legend. Be transported to 221B Baker Street, where Holmes and Watson would discuss […]

Second Telling Missions – Rescue The White Rose

An escape room is a physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles using clues, hints and strategy to complete the objectives at hand. In the last couple of years these games have been popping up all around the world and throughout our city of Sydney, the most recent of which is […]

Diary Of A Wombat

If you’re dying to see a production filled with warmth, discovery and a big furry creature, I suggest you go and see Diary Of A Wombat. This feel good play is based off the picture book written by author, Jackie French. Jackie and her husband made friends with a wombat years ago, when one day […]