FAMILY CIRCUS REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso had her imagination soar like never before at this jam-packed, 60-minute spectacle.
KIDS’ THEATRE SHOW REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso couldn’t wait to join the party at this twins-themed kids’ show.
KIDS’ HIGH TEA REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso channeled her inner Alice in Wonderland at a bonkers and brilliant kids’ high tea in time for the school hols.
PATCH THEATRE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso enjoyed having her imagination fuelled and her senses delighted at a kids’ theatre show combining acrobatics, light art and more.
If you’re looking to outsource your circus clowns for a half or full day – or even a series of days – during the school holidays, then Cirkidz Circus School school holiday sessions will see your kiddo bouncing off the walls… in a good way! We signed up two of the KIDDO crew to give the Off The Wall session at Cirkidz a crack during the recent school holidays so we could give you the run down on what to expect.
School holidays, birthdays and ‘just because’ treats are sorted, thanks to Westfield’s Kid Passes. Enjoy oodles of dining, cinema and quick-stop options at a discounted bundle rate.
There’s a reason that Van Gogh Alive has been a global sensation, it’s because this incredible multi-sensory experience transports you somewhere regular art galleries fail to tread. INSIDE the paintings. We checked it out and have the lowdown on what to expect, and whether it’s worth taking your kiddos along.
ILLUMINATE FESTIVAL REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso enjoyed a wild night at the zoo, where illuminations and large-scale lanterns on display are inspired by the regular residents.
KID-FRIENDLY REVIEW: Looking for a school holiday activity that’s chock-a-block full of fun? We took a test run of the Bricks4Kidz school holiday workshops where kids learn, build and play with Lego ALL DAY long. We’ve got the low down on what your kiddos can expect. Spoiler alert, they’re gonna wanna (Le)GO!
DREAMBIG CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso got to trip the light fantastic at this show, dubbed “part music video, part dream”.
DREAMBIG CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso went on a bus trip with a difference – with a theatre show playing out beyond the windows of the moving vehicle. As soon as she stepped aboard, the line between fiction and reality became blurred.
KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso attended a Tasting Australia session, led by Africola’s chef, and learned how to tackle kids’ sighs when confronted with greens.
KID FRIENDLY REVIEW: Cue the confetti canon, this latest tour from The Wiggles, is bright, joyful and as sweet and wholesome as a big bowl of fruit salad. With ice cream on top! KIDDO’s own Alexis Teasdale checked out the show with her mini and has given us the scoop!
KID FRIENDLY REIVEW – Cluey Learning Online Tutoring: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso put her primary school-aged son in the hotseat for some online, face-to-face tutoring with Cluey Learning
KID FRIENDLY REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso checks out Windmill Theatre Co’s hilarious, rocking musical extravaganza, Hiccup!, aimed at littlies aged four to eight.
KID-FRIENDLY REVIEW: Get an ‘access all areas’ pass to Adelaide Oval on a stadium tour these school hols – just like KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso did.
PARENT-FRIENDLY REVIEW: Inspired by the circus acts at the Adelaide Fringe, KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso tried a circus class with other mums. She may yet run away to the Big Top.
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: We were taken to the colourful depths of the ocean and the opulence of the Royal Palace in the South Australian Children’s Ballet Company’s Adelaide Fringe performance of The Little Mermaid… and Children’s Ballet has never been brighter!
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Caitlin Robinson took her bubba along to a Fringe show made especially for babies, the aptly named Bubba-Licious, and it ticked all the boxes for ‘baby’s first Fringe’!
KID-FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: “Okay, word nerds, hold onto your alphabets!” KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso checks out a fun kids’ show, which the presenters sum up as “basically, big words and explosions”.