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1. Grug at Home

Do you remember when our hairy friend Grug visited us in 2016? Now you can find him online. Our friends at Windmill Theatre (who brought us the show Beep last year) have created a new digital platform, Windmill at Home. Jump into a collection of Grug storytime videos and stay iso-fit by following the groovy Grugercise workouts.



Explore Windmill at Home



2. Nursery Rhymes for Little People

Holly and Milly bring you a playful and creative take on nursery rhymes. This Australian all-female produced project is designed to delight babies and pre-schoolers by introducing them to different instruments, songs, numbers, shapes, colours, animals, feelings and more. Each episode sees the duo unwrap a different surprise present that inspires a song or rhyme! Holly and Milly have both performed on our stages, and we know you’ll love them as much as we do.



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3. David Walliams Talk and Craft Activity

Did your family see Billionaire Boy in the Playhouse theatre last year? We’ve loved having a number of David Walliam’s children’s books come to life on our stages.


Watch David Walliams Author Talk
The bestselling author talks about imagination and storytelling in this 2017 recording from our friends at Sydney Opera House.


Canteen Craft Activity

Anyone in the mood for hair lasagna, dandruff risotto or toenail ice cream? Ewww!

Jump into this craft activity Polyglot Theatre created for our 2019 Feast activation, inspired by the world’s worst school canteen from Billionaire Boy. Grab a paper plate (or draw one) and create your own disgusting feast out of paper and craft materials. Here is a plate of ‘Poached Eyeballs’ that we prepared earlier!

Feast by Polyglot Theatre (2019) - Image by Jason Lau

 

Feast by Polyglot


4. Create shadow puppets with Sensorium Theatre

Turn off the lights and create an underwater world with shadow puppets!

The wonderful Sensorium Theatre are renowned for creating work for children living with a disability. They enchanted hundreds of young people at Arts Centre Melbourne with their shows Oddysea and Whoosh! They've created a super sensory webinar to show you how make your own shadow puppets at home.




5. Watch Snow Mouse by the egg theatre (UK)

Get cosy and watch this enchanting winter’s tale!

Join two friends on their adventures in a magical forest full of play, puppetry and music. Created for the youngest of theatre-goers, this work is suitable for ages 6 months to 4 years. We advise this is best seen under your own snowy den of bed sheets, pillows and soft toys that you can find around the house.



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