School holidays on the horizon? Well, learn to be a rockstar

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These school holidays kids will be able to run away to the circus, unleash their inner rock star and enjoy a side-splitting program of shows and workshops especially created for them at the Wyndham Cultural Centre.

Wyndham City’s Arts, Culture and Heritage portfolio holder, Cr Tony Hooper, said the shows and workshops are sure to be the highlight of the school holidays.

“The school holiday program will open with a hilarious show from multi award-winning comedian Tessa Waters. Her show How to be a Rockstar will feature an hour of high energy fun, with air guitar, awesome dance moves and hit song lyrics,” Cr Hooper said.

In addition to this very special show, Tessa will also be hosting a workshop for young people aged six and over with a strong body positive message. Part disco, part rockstar training school, kids will learn all the moves to set the floor alight and walk out feeling like a star.

The fun continues with Super Amazing Giant Girl, a hilarious show that explores the challenges of fitting in. Starring the incredible Anna Lumb, this promises to be an action-packed show of thrilling circus, absurd comedy and ingenious physical theatre.

“Anna will also be hosting a special hands-on workshop for kids with hula hoops, bottle balancing and basic acrobatics,” he said.

Tickets are on sale now but are sure to go quickly, so book now!

How to be a Rockstar: Workshop

How to be a Rockstar

Super Amazing Giant Girl

  • Date: Thursday 5 April
  • Time: 10.30am and 1.30pm
  • Venue: Wyndham Cultural Centre, 177 Watton Street Werribee
  • Bookings: 8734 6000 or www.wyncc.com.au
  • Tickets: $15 plus booking fee. Family tickets $50 plus booking fee
  • More information: www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/whats-on/comedy-kids-how-be-rock-star

Super Amazing Giant Girl: Circus Workshop

 

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