Loads of audience participation, zany costumes, circus skills, shadow puppets and magic rope, make this a show full of laughs and delights. There are no animals but Heidi makes you believe she is a real cowgirl, as she gets you laughing and calling GIDDY UP, MOO and YAHOO!
Heidi was terrific! Amazing props, set and scenery. She had a lovely connection with the audience, who were completely focused and engaged. She was very funny and the kids and staff loved her. Very professional and a lovely person. We loved the message - diversity, imagination and the “Power of One”.
Suzie Higgie. All Ages National Museum of Australia. Canberra. ACT. 3/12/2014.
Price: $4.50 per student (No GST Applies).
Minimum audience size: 130 studentsFor more information about Heidi Hodeo's Circus Rodeo
Students will need to observe patterns, gather data, and employ their skills of counting, fractions, arithmetic, measurement, space, geometry, and probability if Heidi’s Circus is to maintain its status as the greatest Circular Circus. Most importantly, she will need the critical and creative thinking of the older students to help her solve her biggest problem and complete the show’s incredible finale, the spectacular geometric set.
Fantastic! All students were engaged in the performance including preps through to grade 6. Lots of laughs. Very professional and easy to work with.
Sommar Briggs. P to Year 6. St Paul’s Primary School. Mildura. VIC. 16/06/2015.
Price: $5.00 per student (No GST Applies).
Minimum audience size: 130 studentsFor more information about Circular Circus
Through sketches and storytelling, Tim and Ruth explore the timeline of Australian culture and how it has changed and developed over the years. The pair start with stories of the many aboriginal nations, their way of life, their tools, weapons, artefacts and their trade with their northern neighbours across what we now call the Timor and Arafura seas.
Very good! Lots of enthusiasm and energy. Very organised - Great variation of styles and ideas - Great performance - Very enjoyable. The children loved it! Good Work!!
Chris George. K to Year 6. Wamoon Public School. Leeton. NSW.
Price: $6.00 per student ($5.45 + $0.55 GST).
Minimum audience size: 130 studentsFor more information about Aussie Allsorts.
In Science, some opposites attract, while others repel. In this theatrical experience opposites create loads of fun and humour. These two opposites (Ruth and Tim) create great Science experiences with wonderfully visual outcomes and lashings of humorous fun.
Very clear message. The performers were very engaging. Clearly loved what they were doing.
Sharon O Callaghan. K to Year 6. Berkeley West Public School. NSW.
Price:$6.60 per student ($6.00 + $0.60 GST).
Minimum audience size: 130 studentsFor more information about Scien-tastic