Get set for an artistic Easter break with these activities, courses and performances that mix education and fun.
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Bunjil Place is taking you back to the 80s with a totally tubular roller-skating rink landing in the Plaza this school holidays. Plus enjoy creative fun with miffy & friends in the Gallery and awesome family shows in the theatre!
Unleash your child's creativity this autumn with short courses for all ages in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, presented by the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). Courses include acting, design, directing, TV presenting and more. Whether you're just starting out on your creative journey or continuing your practice, there’s a course for you!
This autumn holidays, the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) are offering a tailored program of drama workshops led by industry professionals for years K-12. From musical theatre to storytelling to screen acting, there’s something for every performer.
Join Queensland Ballet Academy this Easter holidays for unmissable Boys Only and Ballerina Preparation Weeks. For dancers aged 10-17. Featuring Li Cunxin and Laura Hidalgo.
Storyfest is back this holidays! Storyfest is Central Geelong’s children’s festival full of fun adventures and creative experiences for children aged 3-16 years. It’s 17 days of stories, live performances, hands on workshops, Easter activities, competitions and exhibitions hosted by Central Geelong businesses and Central Geelong Marketing.
Treat the kids to a circus experience where they get to be the stars! Cirkidz Circus School are holding their popular half-day and full-day circus workshops in Bowden this April School Holidays. Choose from a specialty workshop in aerial, parkour, or trampoline and acrobatics.
Spark inspiration through an engaging program of workshops that are perfect for young creatives. Experimentation and exploration in small group settings will encourage kids of all ages to be more confident with new mediums and techniques.
A hilarious, award-winning musical about individual expression! Based on the book by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley, adapted for the stage by Monkey Baa founders in collaboration with The Wharf Revue’s Jonathan Biggins and Phil Scott. Clever, punny and equally entertaining for small people and their adults.
There’s boatloads of fun to be had every day this school holidays with exhibitions, vessels, creative workshops, tours, trails and more! Come and have an adventure at the Maritime Museum, it’s a day of fun the whole family will love.