As part of the Sydney Comedy Festival, specially created shows for children have been put together to provide lots of laughs and antics over 6 days of the April school holidays. At Town Hall during the day, kids can take part in interactive performances that will tickle their funny bones.
The Australian Museum is turning the lower area of Town Hall into a jungle featuring life-like pet animals from Erth's Dinosaur Zoo. With this there will be activity stations and workshops teaching Crazy Cartoonist illustrations, hip hop dance classes and theatre sports; a line-up of entertaining comedians; Korean clowning performances; Trash Test Dummies' circus tricks and jaw-dropping stunts; and beat boxing ensemble, Ongals.
Set over three stages, a thrill seeking park ranger will keep them laughing and guide them as they trek through two hours of fun and entertainment. There are two sessions daily, 10am and 2pm.
Suitable for 2-12 year olds, the entire program comes with free entry. The only cost is an online booking fee of $2.50 per ticket. These proceeds go to Sydney Story Factory, a not-for-profit creative learning centre in Redfern, who will also be there telling amusing stories.
So for a low cost outing, take them on the train, enjoy the jungle humour and have a wild time.