Dr Hubble’s Brilliant Bubbles | Adelaide Fringe 2024 | Review

Dr Hubble’s Brilliant Bubbles: Adelaide Fringe 2024

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️   5 Stars for incredibubble spectacles, terribubble jokes and a sustainability message wrapped up in a show suitable for everyone.

Review by Claire Davill

Dr Hubble’s Brilliant Bubbles is a show that’s perfect to take your littlest kids to – but older kids and adults will have a ball as well. Dr Hubble is gentle, friendly and has great banter with the crowd without talking down to kids or suffering from “cringe”! He explains how he makes his bubbles, encourages kids to make their own, and demonstrates that just about anything can be a bubble maker. Don’t waste plastic on cheap bubble guns, recycle and re-use items you have at home to produce brilliant bubbles of your own!

The bubbles are spectacular, and the show is not overproduced or over the top with lights and music. Dr Hubble lets the bubbles keep the kids awestruck, and his “horribubble” jokes keep the adults chuckling away. His showmanship is perfectly pitched to entertain everyone from babies to adults.

The bubbles are small, big, and everywhere in between, and Dr Hubble reminds us that every bubble has smaller bubbles inside them. He’ll even teach you how to protect a bubble, rather than pop it at the first opportunity.

There are smokey bubbles, square bubbles, volcano bubbles and even an a-bomb-in-a-bubble. One lucky kid will go inside a bubble, and a few other lucky kids will get to go up on stage to help protect some big, wobbly bubbles.

The venue is perfect for a low-key show for little kids or those who appreciate a less frenetic, crowded show. The Vault is a large, open and cool venue on a hot day. Fool’s Paradise, the surrounding venue at Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga, is a quieter, much more family friendly area away from the hustle and bustle of the larger Fringe venues. There’s activities and interactive art for kids and a few food and drink options, plus plenty of chairs and tables and shady patches of lawn.



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