2019 Adelaide Book Week

It's A Mad World

Per Westman presents two very different characters. Firstly the stagehand - a simple man, shy and out of place, who is forced onto the stage where he confronts his nerves and nerdiness to triumph over all his fears. Secondly the star - cool, calm and confident, ‘the consummate professional’, he craves the adoration of the audience and knows exactly how to get it!


Dynamic, very entertaining one person show - made students laugh out loud. A talented Physical Comedian - reminiscent of Mr Bean.

Annette Balfour. K-6. Scotts Head Public School. NSW. June 2018.


Price: $5.00 per student (No GST Applies).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Moz's Monster Music Mix

Moz and his best mate Pricee are determined to create a new sound for their music. Struggling to come up with something fresh they decide to explore the past starting with the music from the 16th century.


Great educational program. Very entertaining. A good way of introducing facts about instruments in a fun and exciting way. Loved the idea of time travel to match the concept of music through time. Good program to meet the needs of students from prep - year 6.

Andrew Goding. K to Year 6. Gayndah State School. Gayndah. NSW. 16/02/18.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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A Swag Of Tales

A Swag Of Tales leads the children through a zany yet informative history lesson that starts in England with a convict court case and covers the voyage to Australia, early Settlement, the Gold Rush, Bushrangers, Squatters and the age of the Swagman.


Very academically relevant - the students learned a lot in a very entertaining way! All students enjoyed the show and left with big smiles on their faces.

Pagen Williams. K-6. Horsham Primary School. VIC. June 2018.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Dreaming Of A Time Gone By

In keeping with the Book Week theme for 2019, Dreaming Of A Time Gone By challenges students to dream of what it would be like to live in Australia hundreds of years ago.


Very academically relevant - the students learned a lot in a very entertaining way! All students enjoyed the show and left with big smiles on their faces.

Pagen Williams. K-6. Horsham Primary School. VIC. June 2018.


Price: $5.50 per student (GST Incl.).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Look How We've Changed

With this large collection of authentic items from the homes, factories and businesses of the past 150 years, students are able to get a genuine understanding of what preceded many items that they take for granted today. The audience is transported back to a time when televisions, cameras, music players, watches, torches, compasses and phones were separate items and not one device that we call our mobile.


All the students enjoyed the performance. They found it entertaining and really enjoyed learning about past technologies that they hadn’t seen before.

Paul Wells. P-6. Merinda State School. QLD. Feb 2018.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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STAMP Out Bullying

Using comedy, magic and puppets, STAMP Out Bullying has the audience in fits of laughter and hanging on every word as the five important STAMP principles are illustrated.


Good strategies for students to use. Visual cue through the acronym ‘STAMP’. Great student engagement through magic tricks. Andy gave clear rules and expectations for audience and was engaging.

Kristine Williams. K-6. Emerald North State School. QLD. Mar 2018.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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