2019 Sydney, Wollongong, Blue Mountains & Hunter Valley

To Be Or What To Be

To Be or What To Be begins with Frank having misplaced his magician’s hat. A search ensues and Frank looks for it in his magic hat box. Hat after hat is produced out of this seemingly empty box but none of these are his magician’s hat. What is a magician to do without his magic hat?


Entertaining performance especially for the younger students. Children were engaged and appreciated the humour in the performance. Friendly, professional, punctual.

Bernadette Mills. K to Year 6. Holy Rosary School. Derby. WA. 27/06/2017.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Wake Up And Read

Wake Up and Read is a funny, well paced comedy incorporating music, drama, mime, puppetry, magic and circus skills all linked with short charming tales about growing up in Australia. Each tale is another piece in the puzzle of how Frank, the son of an illiterate Italian migrant, became an avid reader and came to do what he does today. Students hear the stories behind the comedian as Frank takes us back to those moments that have shaped his life. We share his parents’ surprise when he first announces that theatre is the job for him. Another story tells how a playground bullying incident led to a lasting friendship with a fellow student who told him that he could find much of the information he would need for his new career, in books from the school library.


Magic tricks and juggling were exceptional and had all children eating out of the performer hand. The senior students in particular were spellbound and had no idea how the tricks were performed. Frank's performance was well recieved. He showed himself to be very innovative.

Richard Bushell. K to Year 6. Flinders Park Primary School. Albany. WA. 23/05/2017.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Quest for the Ultimate Rhythm

Join The Bongo Brothers in their multicultural comic musical journey around the world - ‘Quest for the Ultimate Rhythm’. Meet Mongo, music-maestro and his hilarious baby brother Bongo. Putting them together spells a recipe for disaster!


The Bongo Brothers were incredibly entertaining. The mix of music and humour was very engaging for the children. They are talented and completely capable of handling the audience enthusiasm.

Janette King. K-6. Sawtell Public School. Sawtell. NSW. Sep 2018.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Surf Safari

Mongo, an eccentric scientist and inventor and Bongo, his gullible and naive baby brother, are on a mission to save the planet, through studying history, society and eco-systems at beaches around Australia.


It was funny and entertaining for the students with an important message. A Great show for the last week of term.

T Russell. P to Year 5. North Arm State School. Yandina. QLD. 19/06/2017.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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To Federation and Beyond

This engaging combination of music, participation and stories all presented with a wonderful array of costumes, sets and props - is a great way to both entertain and tweak children's interest in Australian history. To Federation and Beyond is a number of gripping tales of Australia from pre-colonization, convicts, battlers to our current bush fire fighters and surf lifesavers.


Delivered the content in a fun way, students were involved in the performance, so more engaged than just watching. Very Good.

Kerry Beaton. Years 3 to 6. Oonoonba State School. Idalia. QLD. 31/05/2017.


Price: $4.50 per student (No GST Applies).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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We're All Australians Now

We’re All Australians Now explores the questions - How do you build a nation? and What makes a society work? If the goal is to live in harmony with both the land and each other, how do we continue to achieve this goal?


The performance was engaging and very entertaining. Topic was relevant for all year levels. Student involvement was excellent. A lot of fun. Songs, props, stage set, musical instruments - most appropriate. Gerard is talented, friendly, engaging. Worked well with students. Teachers also appreciate the humour.

Connee Hamer. K-6. Newmarket State School. QLD. Feb 2018.


Price: $4.50 per student (No GST Applies).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Brilliant At Being Resilient

Brilliant at being Resilient uses stories, poetry, fractured fairy tales, illusions and loads of humour to explore the value of resilience and tolerance as well as getting across the message that bullying is not acceptable.


Very engaging. K - 6 loved it! Great message presented in a fun and understandable way for the age group. Hugh was very lively. Knew his audience. Very entertaining, well prepared.

Jess Wright. K to Year 6. Menindee Central School. Menindee. NSW. 06/03/2018.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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From Halfway Around The World

From Halfway Around The World is a collection of seven stories plus chants, poetry, rhymes and children’s games. There are true stories, a fable, a fairytale, a dreamtime story and by the end of the show when the same tall story is being told for the third time the whole audience is involved.


Excellent, great storytelling. Wonderful way to create interest in different cultures. Great way to oral language and storytelling. Students wereengaged the entire time.

Kerry Marriner. K to Year 6. Lethbridge Primary School. Lethbridge. VIC. 5/06/2015.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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G'Day Asia

Depending on whether you are in Bali on Nyepi day, China for New Year or at the Imperial Japanese Court for an audience with the Emperor and Empress, will determine whether you have special clothes to wear, flags to fly, effigies to burn, protocols to observe or huge dragons to manipulate and lots of noise to make.


Excellent audience participation and involvement. Informative use of factual information reinforcing the stage 3 HSIE topics Bali, and global connections. Audience was engaged and under control. Created interest with puppetry and costumes. Shared audience involvement with all ages.

Robyn Pearson. K to Yr 6. Hay Public School. NSW. 9/03/2015.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Pick a Peck of Pickled Poems

In Pick a Peck of Pickled Poems the poetry is not just read or recited, it is acted out and brought to life with a variety of character voices, costumes, puppets and props. The seven poems from the late 1800’s are just as funny today as they were when they were first written. Spanning across 130 years these carefully selected poems cover a range of genres, topics and perspectives. With just over twenty poems, an audience participation section, a song and the hilarious humanette puppet finale, this show really moves along.


Very entertaining and Hugh made a point of linking it with our school-wide focus of ‘being a writer.’

Jeanette Skaff. K to Yr 6. St Benedicts. Narrabundah. ACT. 3/03/2015.


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

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. In just a few minutes, Karina’s clever rap song will have your students remembering and identifying a number of Asian countries.


It was upbeat, informative and heaps of fun. Loved the costumes and how students were encouraged to use them. I liked how the students asked very informative questions. Karina worked well with the students.

Alyson Thyneh. K-6. Collarenebri Central School. Primary. NSW. May 2018.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Let The Music Move You

Let the Music Move You focuses on music and movement and how the two are integrally linked. It is designed to engage students both as an audience and actively in the performance.


The younger students particularly enjoyed the performance. Karina was organised, animated and engaging.

Trish Crawley. K to Year 6. St Brigid's School. Coonamble. NSW. 27/06/2017.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Making Friends

Louise has moved interstate over the summer break and the only person that she knows at her new school is Cameron, the little boy who lives next door. Cameron is really sweet but he’s only five and going to school for the first time. Louise encounters difficulties when she tries too hard to fit in and make friends at her new school, so she starts inventing ways to avoid having to go.


Really well done. Very relevant, professional and organised. The students really related to the content. It was very specific - great examples.

Pam Radcliffe. P-6. St Mary’s Catholic College. Kingaroy. QLD. June 2018.


Price: $4.95 per student (GST Incl.).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Moves With Healthy Foods

Colourful props, hand puppets, marionettes and heaps of humour are all combined in this very visual comedy to get across the important messages of healthy eating and lifestyle.


Excellent Marionettes. Well executed. Students had a great laugh while learning the need for healthy eating and exercise.

Christine Cook. Walpole Primary School. WA.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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A Dream Come True

Karina has been a performer for years. She has always performed alone. Lately she has been dreaming of how much better it would be if she could perform with other people. One day while talking to her friend Croc, she tells him of her dream.


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.


Price: $4.95 per student (GST Incl.).

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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Imagine Believe Work Together

Imagine Believe Work Together is a fascinating look at how individuals have worked together throughout history in much the same way as we still do today to create and maintain this amazing society that we enjoy.


Fantastic theme of working together which was supported through the stories told. Very enjoyable and entertaining. Lots of fun!

Michael Munninger. Years 4-7. Gwynne Park Primary School. WA.


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 timely - fitted in with recycling (Science) and Habitats next term. Stef was captivating. Enthusiastic, theatrical and used props well.

Josie Carew. K to Year 6. Anakie State School. Anakie. QLD. 28/06/2018.


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

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.


Presentation was engaging throughout. The magic tricks kept the kids enthralled. Excellent - solid performance.

Edmond Starkey. P-6. Mourilyan State School. QLD. Jun 2018.


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

Minimum audience size: 130 students

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