Family Fun this Winter With Something on Saturday

Staying home wrapped up in a cosy blanket and sipping a frothy hot choccy in winter is nice for a while, but soon enough you’ll have kids crawling up the walls when cabin fever hits. That’s why Something on Saturday’s is returning to bring a whole heap of theatrical family fun to your calendar this chilly season.

This year’s Something on Saturday program will yet again delight 1 to 12 year olds with fabulous live performances every Saturday at Adelaide Festival Centre. From performances to exhibitions and hands on arts and crafts, this is every child’s chance to experience the transformative world of the arts. Kids tickets start from just $12.

Plus, every week there’s a FREE Foundation Kids Corner Workshop where kids are given the opportunity to let their creative juices ow and create wonderful arts and crafts, inspired by the show they attend.

Here are our top three must-sees from the program so far:

Tinkertime: The Broken Bubble Machine

4 May 1:00pm & 3:00pm

Join ABC Kids star Nay Nay for Tinkertime: The Broken Bubble Machine.
Join Nay Nay and her tinkering friends on board HMS ‘Curiosity’, a grumpy old bubble-powered airship that flies world-wide. But when the ship breaks down, the Tinkertime team must come to the rescue. This is a voyage of laughs and curiosity.
You may recognise Nay Nay, aka Naomi Young, as the voice of ‘Hootabelle’ from Giggle and Hoot. Tinkertime: The Broken Bubble Machine is a steam punk-style extravaganza with live music, dancing, fascinating machinery and bubbles popping everywhere.
Let’s blow our minds – it’s Tinkertime!

Something On Saturday Free Kids Corner Workshop – Glow Puppets
4 May 1.30pm–3pm
Make a glow in the dark jellyfish puppet.

The Mik Maks Play

11 May 11:00am & 1:00pm

Get ready for a Mik Mak musical adventure with brothers Al, Joel and Drums the Panda. There are lots of games to play and musical fun to be had with The Mik Maks “Play” show.
Young audiences will learn valuable concepts like sharing, creative sibling play, healthy eating, brushing your teeth and packing up. Plus, they will have loads of fun singing and dancing to The Mik Mak’s catchy rock songs.

Something On Saturday Free Kids Corner Workshop – Junk Music
11 May 11.30am–1pm
Turn your household recyclables into instruments and strum away!

Porridge

29 June 1:00pm & 3:00pm

When a crime wave hits Happy Valley, there are a caseload of mysteries to be solved! Who’s stolen Ma Hubbard’s recipe book? Who’s kidnapped Marigold the cow? And what dirty secret is Papa Bear hiding behind his Porridge empire?
It’s down to Private Detective Jack Spratt to uncover the truth in this tale of mystery, mayhem and breakfast cereal!
Porridge serves up a delicious production, packed with spoonfuls of sparkling songs and bowlfuls of belly-laughs.
This hilarious show will leave the audience wanting seconds and shouting for more!

Something On Saturday Free Kids Corner Workshop – Detective Tales
29 June 1:30pm–3pm
Create your own detective gadget and help solve a mystery.

For further ticketing and program info visit:

adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au

@adelaidefescent

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