2019 Central Queensland Book Week

My Friends And I

With a winning blend of drama, poetry, puppetry and staging, this light hearted, humorous production tackles the problem of bullying head on. Throughout the show students are assured that if they are being bullied it is not their fault and there are things they can do about it.


The children really enjoyed the performance and understood what the message was that the performer was putting across. Carolyn was well presented and kept the children engaged.

Deirdre Aggiss. K-6. Hyden Primary School. WA. Mar 2018.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Pass The Poetry Please

Pass the Poetry Please is not a poetry reading, it’s a lively, totally engaging, visually rich theatre experience. Each one of these very different characters has their own style and pace when it comes to delivering poetry. The Geebung Polo Club definitely has its own unique style of playing the sport. Old Mother Hubbard steps out of her cupboard to breathe new life into a number of old classics and Cow tells what it is like to be a cow.


Very good! The performer had lots of enthusiasm and energy. Very organized - a great performance. Great variation of styles and ideas. The children enjoyed it! Good work!

Chris. K to Year 6. Wamoon Public School. Leeton. NSW. 9/03/2015.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Then And Now

Then and Now looks at the determination, courage and good humour of Australian women. Using story-telling techniques, visual aids, audience participation and puppets, students are transported back in time to explore the vast differences between the way things were done then, compared to now. The “What am I?” segment has students identifying everyday objects from the past including a screw driver and drill, wash board, wooden pegs, and a pre-electric iron as they explore a time when cleaning clothes was a much bigger task than throwing them into a machine.


The infants and middle primary were very involved and enjoyed the show. They asked appropriate questions and gained knowledge.

Debra McArdle. K to Year 6. Seven Hills North Public School. Seven Hills. NSW. 18/07/2017.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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