2018 Sydney, Wollongong, Blue Mountains & Hunter Valley

A Fish Story

In the Wordsmith Laboratory Finn Furpy (Child Genius) and Dr Wild find lost words, invent new words, and solve word problems. They just have one more word problem to solve before they’ve finally solved more word problems than they’ve created. However, when Finn answers the phone to find there’s a fish on the line, their day is turned upside down trying to solve the biggest word problem yet. Teaching an octopus the alphabet, disguising yourself as a crab, and squabbling with a seagull are all in a day’s work when you’re trying to get words back into the ocean.


“A Fish Story” was enjoyed by all the children. Good use of props and costumes. Children loved the use of bubbles! Mike and Beth were very professional and obviously had a lot of experience performing to younger children.

Carolyne Foulis. Reception to Year 7. Peterborough Primary School. SA. 07/03/2018.


Price:$5.50 per student ($5.00 + $0.50 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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The Bremen Town Musicians

The Bremen Town Musicians is a story about finding new friends and working as a team to solve problems and getting old but refusing to become ‘useless’ in the process.


Fantastic reference to the history of paper-making, theatre sets and toys. Amazing range of puppets to portray the different characters. It was ‘crash-tastic’!! Students’ feedback was very enthusiastic. Clear and easy to understand with some great jokes for the older students. Awesome audience participation.

Carolyn Martin-Doyle. K to Year 6. Yackandandah Primary School. Yackandandah. VIC. 20/04/2016.


Price: $5.50 per student ($5.00 + $0.50 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Circus of Life

Llynda is doing what she is best at, the things she loves doing most, juggling, balancing, entertaining people, making them ooooh and ahhhhh, and she is very good at it. She has entertained people all over the world and won prizes and praise for her amazing skills.


Very entertaining and had a great message which was very relevant to our students. Students were very engaged, it was fast paced and didn’t drag on. Llynda was very lovely and very skilled with her juggling.

Emily Edwards. K to Year 6. Karoonda Area School. Karoonda. SA. 15/05/2018.


Price: $5.50 per student ($5.00 + $0.50 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Street Sense

Crucial issues including the wearing of helmets when riding bikes, the wearing of seatbelts, pedestrian safety and playing in safe places, are all incorporated into this lively and entertaining performance. Llynda doesn’t just talk about the issues, she involves the students in their practical application.


Message about helmet safety, car safety and road safety was very clear and repeated. Juggling was spectacular! Audience participation was excellent.

Deborah Humphries. K to Yr 3. Isabella State School. Edmonton. QLD. 20/05/2015.


Price: $5.50 per student ($5.00 + $0.50 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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You Can Do It Too

In You Can Do It Too, Llynda plays a character called Madeline, a working mum, who enjoys her cleaning job but whose real passion and hobby is juggling. The audience enters to find Madeline at home, surrounded by bright furniture and wearing colourful clothing. Using juggling as a metaphor for learning, Madeline discovers that mistakes are OK, that is how we learn and with encouragement from the audience she decides to audition for a job in a circus.


Great to see these messages about practice and making mistakes presented this way. 10 out of 10! We had footy stars here and wanted to hear those messages but they could not communicate. Can’t say enough good things about this show.

Tim Jackson. Isabella State School. Edmonton. QLD. 20/05/2015.


Price: $5.50 per student ($5.00 + $0.50 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Dinosaur Science

With lashings of humour, loads of audience participation and huge scale models, Dinosaur Science is designed to ‘wow’ even the most cynical students and unearth their inner palaeontologist.


Jared captured the attention of students immediately. They loved the skeleton model of the dinosaur and students enjoyed assisting him to assemble the many bones. The size of the model went well to describing how big dinosaurs can be. Jared was humorous, knowledgeable and up to date with his knowledge of dinosaurs. The small puppet dinosaur at the end was a big hit.

Sandy Young. P to 6. Specimen Hill Primary School. Golden Square. VIC. 17/03/2016.


Price: $5.50 per student ($5.00 + $.50 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Great Galaxies

The show begins with Jared building a three dimensional model of our Solar System, approximately one thousand millionth of the real size. First he produces a one and a half metre round sun. Around this bright colourful sphere students are given to hold the eight major planets, the recently demoted Pluto, over sixty moons and the asteroid belt.


Fun and interesting way to learn about planets and space. Students were always engaged with the performance. Jared was very animated, encouraged a fun and educational experience for all students. Very comedic which was appropriate to all age groups.

Deborah King. K to Yr 6. Three Springs Primary School. Three Springs. WA. 15/09/2014.


Price: $4.95 per student ($4.50 + $0.45 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Out Of The Bag

Variety is without a doubt the key to this show’s continuing success. There are stories about dinosaurs, Africa, a fractured fairytale, an Aesop’s fable and the issue of what to be when you grow up. There are shadow, glove, rod and hand puppets as well as a humanette (six year old Junior) who hilariously explores his career options. The zany marionette cabaret finale is a memorable ending to this energetic performance.


The squeals of excitement and loud laughter could be heard all the way to the office. I loved all the puppets. Jared was professional and the children were engaged throughout the performance.

Bernadette Fundak. K to Yr 6. Gol Gol Public School. Gol Gol. NSW. 1/04/2014.


Price: $4.40 per student ($4.00 + $0.40 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Read You Can Orang-utan

Orang-utan explains that she too can read. No, not books, she reads the forest; who has been where, what fruits are ready to eat and where they are. Orang-utan’s story, though full of laughs, has a very serious undertone. Her home, the tropical Sumatran jungle is shrinking and she worries for the wellbeing of her daughter. While mother orang-utan is undeniably adorable, baby orang-utan’s mischievous little face and crazy antics will melt the heart of even the most cynical in the audience. At the end of the segment, students are impressed by the power of mime when they realize they understood everything that these two orang-utans said, though they never spoke a word.


The students were completely engaged throughout the whole performance. One of our students with ASD has never been able to sit through a performance until ‘Read You Can Orang-utan’. He loved every minute of it. A really well put together show.

Sally Cutler. K to Year 7. Somerset Hills State School. QLD.


Price: $4.95 per student ($4.50 + $0.45 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Crossing Bridges

The first story is an updated version of The Old Lady Who Found Sixpence. This is a fun ‘adding to the list’ story in which the storyteller gets to show off her articulation and speed as she rattles through the ever increasing list, until a solution to the old lady’s problem is found.


The stories were fantastic and engaging. Karina kept the whole audience excited for the hour. She was an absolute pleasure to work with. She is an asset to School Performance Tours.

Tara Cordina All Ages Bansktown City Council Library Bankstown. NSW. 23/01/2015.


Price: $4.95 per student ($4.50 + $0.45 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Get To Know Asia

Inspiring imagery, costumes, music, puppets, objects and stories are all utilized in this hands-on interactive adventure into the exciting continent of Asia. To begin, a map of the vast Asian continent shows where each of the countries visited are and their size compared to Australia and to each other.


Staff and students loved every moment of this great performance. Information about Asia was fabulous. The puppets were an amazing part of the presentation. The costuming was lovely and students enjoyed being selected for the parts. An outstanding performance.

Trish Crawley. K to 6. St Brigid’s School. Coonamble. NSW. 2/04/2016.


Price: $5.50 per student ($5.00 + $0.50 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Let’s Chat Habitat

Let’s Chat Habitat is a colourful collection of short segments with the common theme of taking care of the environment. It tackles both the micro and macro from litter in the playground, turning off taps, lights and appliances, to the protection of endangered species. Students are shown how everyone doing a little can make a big difference.


Very energetic and engaging. The show has given students background information about habitats, environments, saving the planet etc. This will complement our science studies

Sue McGann. Years 1 to 7. Mackay North State School. North Mackay. QLD.


Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Let’s STAMP Out Bullying

Using the same acronym as the original STAMP show, Let’s STAMP Out Bullying combines all new magic tricks and stories to get its simple, effective plan for dealing with bullies across. Illusions and comedy are the two main ingredients that illustrate the 5 simple steps in this practical STAMP acronym.


The students were engaged throughout the whole presentation. The magic tricks were fantastic and appealed to both the younger students and the older students. Gave some excellent strategies for kids to remember about bullying.

Jason Reed. K to Year 6. Taree Christian School. NSW. 6/09/2016.


Price: $4.95 per student ($4.50 + $0.45 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Musica y Risa

Aussie Kids Rock has entertained kids throughout Australia with their blend of interactive music and comedy since 2003. In Musica y Risa, the loveable guitarist and bass player C.J joins the hilarious drummer Deano on a memorable trip through the music of Europe. Focusing on Germany, France, Spain, Scotland and England, Musica y Risa not only explores music and basic language like greetings and phrases but also introduces students to lesser known instruments such as Castanets, Flamenco Guitar, Squeeze box and many more!


The performers’ energy and organisation was exceptional. There was a very clear curriculum outcome with recognising the styles of music. Very engaging! Both characters were fantastic. Great energy! Wicked Costumes!

Maddie Hunter. K to Year 7. Memorial Oval Primary School. Whyalla. SA. 1/12/2016.


Price: $6.60 per student ($6.00 + $0.60 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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One Stop Rock Shop

In One Stop Rock Shop, Aussie Kids Rock do so much more than just play their music. They individually demonstrate how they are playing their instrument, so it can produce the right sound needed to create each of the very different music styles. When the band members are playing, dressed and speaking in the style, they show how for the real devotees of each musical genre, the music is more than just music, it’s a whole way of life.


Excellent! They engaged the students straight away. Full of energy and funny, had the children laughing at all times. The children really enjoyed being involved and being able to get up and dance.

Melinda Gianni. K to Year 6. St Colman’s School. Home Hill. QLD. 9/03/2016.


Price: $6.60 per student ($6.00 + $0.60 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Rock It!

On guitar CJ is upbeat and funky but when he plays bass he is Mr Cool. On drums is the sensational, ever comical Deano and together these two take their audience on a journey through a myriad of musical styles. This compelling performance is a fun filled and fully interactive curriculum based show, designed to inspire children in their love of music.


Great performance. Student involvement and directions were excellent. Good audience participation. We liked the way the performers taught the children about the variety of music styles in a fun and interesting way. The performers were very friendly and had a good rapport with the children.

Carol Bateup. K to Year 6. Telarah Public School. Telarah. NSW. 31/03/2015.


Price: $6.60 per student ($6.00 + $0.60 GST).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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