Kids Theatre

REVIEW: Pete The Sheep

Pete The Sheep is another magical production from Monkey Baa Theatre Company. A true Aussie story which portrays the true Aussie spirit. Four actors, wearing an assortment of headgear, play shearers, sheep and dogs. The minimalist set depicts a shearing shed complete with stairs on either side and a viewing platform, with storage space underneath […]

REVIEW: Avocado Smash

Avocado Smash, a dynamic musical trio, performed an exciting children's show at Riverside Theatres Parramatta as part of their annual Spot On Children’s Festival. There was also a digital show that streamed live as part of Riverside Theatres Digital program. The show proved to be the ideal school holidays event, putting a smile on every […]

REVIEW: Come Dance and Sing with Jay and Friends

Come Dance and Sing with Jay and Friends is a live streaming children’s show from the wonderful Riverside Theatre, Parramatta, the second in their digital concert series. Streamed live on Sunday, Aug 9 the show is all about going on an adventure, using your imagination and singing your favourite nursery rhymes and nursery songs. Featuring […]

Shrek – The Musical

This January at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre a star-studded cast featuring Todd McKenney, Ben Mingay, Marcia Hines and Lucy Durack will take the stage for the huge Sydney season of Shrek - The Musical.  Todd McKenney will step into the role of the hilarious Lord Farquaad, Ben Mingay will take the stage as loveable ogre Shrek, […]

Storytime Ballet: The Nutcracker

A beloved Christmas ballet receives an enchanting kid-friendly incarnation this festive season. Thanks to the renowned production company, Storytime Ballet, Sydney’s children are encouraged to dress in their favourite ballet-inspired outfits as they witness Tchaikovsky’s beautiful ballet, The Nutcracker. The current production of The Nutcracker was created as an immersive experience intended to conjure pure […]

REVIEW: School Of Rock – The Musical

Andrew Lloyd Webber brings his take on the modern classic Jack Black comedy movie, School Of Rock, to Sydney’s Capitol Theatre. Sticking almost beat for beat to the plot of the film School Of Rock - The Musical is a rollicking good time for audiences young and old. Whilst the show takes a little while […]

REVIEW: Cirque Du Soleil – Kurios

Cirque Du Soleil’s Kurios is not just a show it is a whole universe. Set at the turn of the last century, the show is a combination of Jules Verne and Vaudeville, on steroids. From the charming and cheeky aviator (Rola Bola) taunting the audience with his fearsome flight above them on a trapeze swinging above […]

Cirque Du Soleil – Kurios

The circus is coming to town, however, this is not just any circus. This is the amazing Cirque Du Soleil with yet another dazzling show to tantalise, enthuse and inspire our hearts, souls, and minds. An energetic force field of magic to be reckoned with. A Cabinet Of Curiosities to be analysed, philosophised and immortalised as fantastical […]

The Greatest Magic Show

Bringing their quest to uncover the greatest magic show on earth to Sydney audiences for the very first time, comic magicians Sam Hume and Justin Williams present their newest family magic production – The Greatest Magic Show. With special guest and ringmaster Brendon Kerss also joining in on the fun, the show is set to […]

Picasso And His Dog

Everybody knows of the famed painter Pablo Picasso. But very few know of his dog, Lump, who lived with Picasso for 16 years and developed an unbreakable between the pair. Inspired by a true story, Picasso And His Dog is a delightful show which celebrates the animals with whom we share our lives while exploring […]