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Adventures for anyone with a sense of humour and imagination, no matter their age!
It’s the first day of school for twin brother and sister Broer and Zus, recent immigrants to Australia from a ‘faraway’ place.
Their day begins with nervousness and anxiety, but through song, dance, comedy, circus and a daydream sequence, the siblings overcome their fears, learn some valuable life lessons and even end up having some fun.
These two seemingly normal, everyday youngsters can do amazing things, but only when they believe they can and have the playfulness to imagine.
The performers behind the characters, Eloise Green (CircusOz) and Samuel McMahon (slingsby’s cheeseboy), are both Adelaide-based artists with backgrounds in performance, though they have both also worked as teachers. Their show merges each of their unique skills to create an empowering and enjoyable live experience for young people… and for them. Parents, you can also be sure that you’ll get just as much entertainment as the kids.
“We love it when parents and carers of children take their little ones to shows, it’s very important that adults share the joy and excitement of seeing a live performance with children,” said Sam and Eli.
The Adventures of Broer & Zus is a creative concoction of circus, music and comedy that celebrates love, family, flatulence and the incredible world we live in.
Sold out at the Adelaide Fringe 2015, the show has been updated with new lighting, set design and never-before-seen-content for both the Adelaide Fringe 2016 and the regional tour.
“This show is original, hilarious and a treat for the whole family!”
Sasha Zahra – Creative Producer, Adelaide Fringe
Shows for Schools available in Port Augusta & Keith & teaching resource
Ticket Prices Schools Adult $20, Under 17 years $15, Family [2+2] $60 School Groups $10

CLARE Clare High School
2 April at 4:30pm
Clare Valley Wine, Food & Tourism Centre 8842 2131 or www.vapaa.org.au
Mid North Visual and Performing Arts Assoc.

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