[ April 7, 2021 to April 18, 2021. ]
Hiccup! Windmill Theatre Co – World Premiere Season
Two campers team up with a wackily inventive emu and particularly energetic quokka to build, sing and arm wrestle their way to a cure for Koala’s very stubborn case of the hiccups.
It’s a perfect, balmy night in the outback. Quinn and Eddie are getting back to nature, camping in […]
[ April 7, 2021 to April 18, 2021. ]
[ May 19, 2021 to May 29, 2021. ]
DreamBIG Children’s Festival 2021
DreamBIG Children’s Festival will inspire curiosity and wonder as children reconnect and return to the world of arts, with the 2021 school program unveiled today.
One of the first festivals to be announced for South Australia since COVID-19 restrictions began, more than 50 shows, events and workshops will be on offer during the […]
[ July 14, 2020 to July 17, 2020. ]
St Peter’s Cathedral Choir School Holiday Program
Over four mornings from Tuesday 14 to Friday 17 July 2020, new Director of Music Anthony Hunt will lead a series of workshops for boys and girls aged 7 – 10 who might be the Cathedral Choristers of tomorrow.
In these fun and engaging sessions, your children will learn:
the basics […]
[ June 23, 2020; ]
Band of SA Police Clarinet Quartet Livestreamed
Tune in and hear the Band of the SA Police Clarinet Quarted Livestreamed on the Marion Cultural Centre Facebook Page.
Playing a varied repertoire of baroque, classical, ragtime and popular music, the SAPOL Clarinet Quartet was formed in 1996.
Consisting of one bass clarinet and three B flat clarinets (or occasionally […]
[ April 27, 2020; ]
Australian Company of Performing Arts Online Dance Classes
A lot of children’s activities have been suspended due to COVID-19, but students who attend ACPA are still experiencing their classes, just in a totally different format. Teachers are using video calls and live streams to maintain interaction with their students and it’s been incredibly positive.
“It’s important that […]
[ February 21, 2020 to February 23, 2020. ]
Anime ‘n’ Chill
If you find yourself singing “Totoro, To-to-ro!” around the house (or without warning in a public place), you’ll be right at home at Natalya Aynsley’s upcoming Adelaide Fringe show.
On the back of her Worlds Connected concert in 2018 (featuring the music of Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts), and Studio Ghibli – Chopin Style […]
[ February 16, 2020; February 23, 2020; March 1, 2020; March 8, 2020 to March 9, 2020. March 15, 2020; ]
Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco Dance Hall
Why toddle when you can dance? Join DJ Monski Mouse for this international hit with the under fives AND their parents/carers.
Expect bouncing, bopping, beautiful, bonkers fun with retro hits, pop favourites and thumping nursery rhymes. Get glam and put your disco-dancing-booties on.
Nominated 2019: Best Family Entertainment Hoop Awards (Edinburgh & […]
[ February 15, 2020; February 22, 2020; February 29, 2020; March 7, 2020; March 14, 2020; ]
Monski Mouse’s Baby Cabaret
Join Monski Mouse and Friends for a live musical cabaret of nursery classics, reworked songs, puppetry and fun for 0-5 year olds and their parents/carers.
Arrive ready to sing along. All the big topics are covered: elephants, fish, wiggly worms, transport and the existential ways of the toddler.
Read our Play & Go review […]
[ February 9, 2020; ]
Generation Dance Open Day at North Plympton
Enjoy a fun filled day for the whole family at the Generation Dance Open Day on Sunday 9 February from 11am to 3pm. Go along and try some FREE dance classes, meet their experienced teachers and chat about your child’s dancing with their friendly staff.
Face painting, sausage sizzle […]
Theatre Bugs Preschool Classes
Theatre Bugs is currently offering FREE TRIAL lessons for their beautiful Butterfly Ballet, Buzy Bees, Boppy Bugs and Fairy Ballet classes in Norwood for boys and girls aged 1 – 5 years.
Theatre Bugs has been leading these fun and delightful preschool dancing, singing and movement classes for more than 21 years. Go […]
[ January 17, 2020 to January 19, 2020. ]
Pelican Productions are once again putting music theatre squarely at the centre of the summer holidays in South Australia with the showcase ‘Found’.
In its sixteenth year running, Pelican Productions are holding their annual ‘Music Theatre Camp’ and ‘Spotlight’ programs this January. Nearly 400 performers will take part in intensive training with highly qualified industry professions […]
[ August 15, 2020; August 22, 2020; August 29, 2020; ]
Me & My Shadow | Patch Theatre
Making friends with your shadow can be a tricky business. There are things to sort out, adventures to have and laughter to be shared.
Me & My Shadow is a magical story for children, using paper, light, shadow, colour, water, music, sound and words to create a world of play […]
A Windmill Theatre Company production presented in association with Adelaide Festival Centre.
UPDATE: Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19 and in accordance with national, state and local governments, this event has been cancelled.
This production answers your most burning questions… sort of. How did we get here? What is the meaning of life? And is […]
[ February 29, 2020; ]
Adam Page – For Kids…and their Adults
Award winning looping artist Adam Page will be returning to the 2020 Adelaide Fringe with a show For Kids…and their Adults.
Go on a whirlwind exploration of music created by recording sounds from Adam Page AND the audience.
Blowing raspberries, snorting, singing in languages not yet discovered – all of these […]
[ December 19, 2019; ]
A “Frozen”-inspired dance class with drama activities, craft and face painting.
Journey up the North Mountain, dance like a snowflake, and melt like a snowman. Children will make icy ribbon bracelets to dance with, and have their face painted as a snow queen or snowman.
Dance along with fluffy friends, ‘Lacey’ and ‘Liam’ Llama and explore […]
[ December 3, 2019; ]
Carols on Campus
Join the University of Adelaide community for a program of Christmas music, readings and traditional carols at the North Terrace campus.
In the tradition of ‘Carols from King’s’ at Cambridge University, Carols on Campus will feature a full academic procession, performers and soloists from the Elder Conservatorium of Music and the magnificent Bonython Hall […]
[ November 9, 2019; ]
80’s Baby: A Kids Disco!
Presented by the Adelaide Festival Centre, 80’s Baby: A Kids Disco! is the final Something on Saturday show for 2019. Celebrate the decade of blue eyeshadow and neon with the most outrageous pop party. It’s the sing-along, dance-along, pop-palooza for little people.
Join cabaret darling (and Mum) Amelia Ryan, as she bops […]
[ July 11, 2019 to July 13, 2019. ]
Young Artist Exchange invites your child to explore The Planetarium.
New York City-based interdisciplinary group Artists By Any Other Name comes to Adelaide to educate and inspire via their original production “The Planetarium” – a marriage of music and dance inspired by Roman mythology, the solar system and the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
[ May 11, 2019; ]
The Mik Maks PLAY
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre
Be taken on a Mik Mak musical adventure with brothers Al, Joel and Drums the Panda. There’s lots of games to play and musical fun to be had with The Mik Maks “Play” show.
Young audiences will learn valuable concepts like sharing, creative sibling play, healthy eating, brushing your […]
[ February 27, 2019; 10:00 am; ]
Beat Bugs – Junior Concert Band
Players are wanted for Beat Bugs, a junior concert band offering children from the age of 6 an opportunity to learn about music at a rudimentary level. The group will aim towards developing an understanding of musical concepts including rhythm and pitch through fun, engaging group activities.
Beat Bugs plays at […]
[ February 23, 2019; ]
Big Fish Little Fish Family Raves at the Adelaide Fringe 2019
Big Fish Little Fish Family Raving touches down at the Fringe Festival in Adelaide in 2019!
The crew from Big Fish Little Fish are unbelievably excited to be bringing their spectacle to the Adelaide Fringe with Binary Finary, Dj Brendon with Zebulon and Da Fish (B2B) on […]
[ February 17, 2019; February 24, 2019; ]
Royal Tea Party at the Adelaide Fringe
All Princes and Princesses and their guests are cordially invited to a ‘Royal Tea Party’, a themed high tea.
Enjoy a delightful light meal with kid-friendly options while being entertained by lots of royal characters, performing songs from popular ‘Royal’ films and stage shows. Sing along to your favourite numbers and […]
[ February 4, 2019; ]
AEROkids – Sport Aerobics and Dance Fitness classes for children 5yrs and up
Developed and directed by Sport Aerobics World Champion, Kylie Thomas, AEROkids is a sport aerobics and dance fitness program aimed at children 5yrs and up who love to perform through movement and dance.
Sport Aerobics is a combination of aerobic and gymnastic moves performed […]
[ December 10, 2018 to December 14, 2018. ]
State Theatre Company Summer School
Held from 10-14 December 2018, the State Theatre Company Summer School is for students aged 15-17 years who are interested in devising theatre.
Dan Aubin from Daring Humans will lead young people in “Making something from nothing?” – a comprehensive workshop that will help students learn how to draw on their own […]
[ October 5, 2018 to October 13, 2018. ]
The Wizard of Oz Interactive Show
Click your heels together and get ready to follow a yellow brick road full of fun, adventure and wacky characters.
Produced by Sydney-based company Youngstars2.com, The Wizard of Oz Show has been performed 3800 times internationally to date. In this new, interactive re-telling of Frank Baum’s classic story directed by Brian […]
Learn to sing with the Northern Sound System Choir
If your child loves to sing they may like to experience the Northern Sound System Choir who hold free come and try days every Tuesday during school term. No sign up, just show up.
For those who love to sing between the ages of 10-25 years, go along to […]
[ June 10, 2018 to June 11, 2018. ]
Bringing Australia’s Best Choreographers, Educators and Teachers to South Australia
The South Australian Dance Festival two day convention has been specifically designed to bring the community together in a fun, non-competitive environment whereby students can showcase their skills, talent and passion with dancers from all over the state.
They will be bringing the nation’s top choreographers and mentors […]
[ July 8, 2018; ]
Maddie & Mackenzie | Australia/New Zealand Tour
Everyone’s favourite Ziegler Girls are heading to Australia and New Zealand for an all new, up close and personal experience, with you – their fans.
Whether you’re a dancer or not, you can join Maddie and Mackenzie in a fabulous show that will get your heart pumping.
For the dancers, you […]
Carclew Explore Arts April school holiday program
Carclew’s Explore Arts school holiday workshops return for Autumn with a program of full-day and half-day creative activities at their stunning Carclew castle.*
Their team of professional artists present a broad range of inspiring, hands-on experiences that will nurture your child’s inner-artist and allow them to try out new experiences […]
[ April 16, 2018 to April 20, 2018. April 23, 2018 to April 27, 2018. ]
Theatre Bugs Junior Holiday Programs
Theatre Bugs is seeking performers aged 5 – 14 years for their April school holiday musical, Giants in the Sky (Winner of 2017 Children’s Musical Theatre Festival, NYC).
Four to five, fun, fabulous days filled with drama activities, rehearsing, and painting props which finish with a production of Giants in the Sky […]
[ April 10, 2018; 10:30 am; 11:30 am; ]
In 2018 ASO Junior Jams continues in partnership with local libraries across metropolitan Adelaide.
Once again ASO will bring this vibrant early childhood music program to communities, giving children a chance to sing, dance and experience the sounds and sights of various musical instruments.
Presented by Elizabeth McCall and musicians of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, this enchanting […]
[ April 22, 2018; 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. ]
The Ukulele Death Fest is a one-day celebration of all things Ukulele.
You’ll get to see some of the best Ukulele groups from across Australia perform, including the organisers of the festival, The Ukulele Death Squad.
Take part in Ukulele workshops and Jam sessions, cast your gaze across the Ukulele Trading Co. wide range of ukuleles, or […]
[ February 17, 2018 to February 18, 2018. February 24, 2018 to February 25, 2018. March 3, 2018 to March 4, 2018. March 10, 2018 to March 11, 2018. March 17, 2018 to March 18, 2018. ]
Mr Snot Bottom’s Stinky Silly Songs, Adelaide Fringe
Mr Snot Bottom returns to the Adelaide Fringe with his hilarious show.
The Willy Wonka of Weird! The Peter Pan of Putrid! Mr Snot bottom is a hilariously deeeesgusting kids comedian brimming with all the oeeey, gooey, gross-out topics kids love: boogers, bottoms, pop-offs and smells! ( “Mr […]
[ March 9, 2018 to March 11, 2018. ]
Can You Hear Colour? A kaleidoscopic opera for children.
A Patch Theatre Company Production in Association with Adelaide Festival.
What if your paint box sang to you? To some, the key of C major is red, to others definitely white. It’s commonplace to talk about a ‘colourful’ score, but for some it’s literally true. What if you were […]
[ February 16, 2018 to February 18, 2018. February 21, 2018 to February 25, 2018. ]
GROUNDED: A new pop up precinct for kids and their adults
GROUNDED is a new pop-up precinct created in Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga during the Adelaide Fringe 2018. It’s irreverent, creative, unique, cool and daring where kids can roam free.
GROUNDED is all about being in the heart of Adelaide in summer and connecting young people and their adults to […]
[ January 20, 2018; 5:00 pm; ]
Go along to Puddle Jumpers first kids Disco at the Goodwood Community Centre thanks to the City of Unley Council.
There will be two sessions:
Suitable for children aged 5-15 years.
This event will be fully supervised so you can sign your children in and collect them after their session.
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[ January 6, 2018; 3:00 pm; ]
Cirque Nocturne presents Litha, an afternoon of fun and frivolity in celebration of summer, circus style.
Come and try all ages workshops throughout the afternoon in a variety of circus skills, from juggling to acrobatics, taught by professional circus instructors representing local circus schools and performance companies.
Then, at the culmination of the day, as the sun […]
[ October 31, 2017; ]
Spoooooky Disco! Feat. Eels, Louis Armstrong + more
Halloween is upon us, so it’s time to dust off the cobwebs and shake dem bones. These monster jams are perfect for any occasion: chillin’ in the crib, bumpin’ in the night, or eating a delicious bowl of ice-scream. This is the most thrilling Digital Disco of the year! […]
[ January 8, 2018 to January 12, 2018. ]
Youngharts Creature Convention
The Youngharts Creative Convention is for creative young people between the ages of 8 and 21 years old who love singing, acting, dancing and expressing themselves through creativity.
The Convention puts young creative people in a room with some of Australia’s most experienced and respected performers for a week of seminars, workshops, discussions and rehearsals, culminating in a live performance showcase at […]
Theatre Bugs Term 4 Classes
Theatre Bugs is thrilled to announce that enrolments are now open for Term 4 classes.
Your child can learn to act, sing and dance through programs which are carefully designed to build performance skills in a fun and supportive environment. Children of all ages absolutely love the wide variety of class types […]