A wonderful picture book that takes children on a treasure hunt around Great-aunt Martha’s house, where they can wrestle with riddles on every page by lifting the flaps to reveal the house’s hidden, historical treasures.
28 years after its first release Peter Coombe is bringing his Christmas Album back for two shows only at Adelaide Festival Centre’s Dunstan Playhouse.
A family-friendly show is heading to Adelaide Botanical Gardens in the spring school holidays this year.
A picture book aimed at children ages 5 to 8, where one junior astronaut and her space dog take a journey through the solar system to visit the Sun, the planets and asteroids beyond, learning about each along the way.
A beautiful introduction to the concept of recognising and acknowledging one’s feelings and looking to friends and family for support when times get tough or overwhelming.
A simple but delightful picture book for ages 2 – 6, exploring the joy small children have hunting and jumping in puddles and experimenting with language.
While it’s still a work in progress, Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary is ready to celebrate its rebirth just in time for Spring!
20 years later, and Aussies are even more in love with Harry Potter than they were in 1998. To fill this love, BIG W have dropped new Harry-Potter inspired pieces into it’s tween range.
A celebration of children everywhere! Explore and discover the cultures and activities of children around the world, from playtime to manners, language, food, family, school and animals.
In this board book edition for ages 4 or 5, the Little People, Big Dreams series looks at the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo whose works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico.
With music and lyrics by the renowned Lin-Manuel Miranda, (The Heights, Hamilton) and Tom Kitt and Amanda Green (Next to Normal) Bring It On: The Musical is an exciting contemporary option for youth groups. The musical is very loosely based on the 2000 film of the same name and focuses on the competitive world of cheerleading and over-the-top team rivalries.
A board book version for young children of the Little People, Big Dreams series about inspirational women. This edition focuses on the life of Coco Chanel who grew up to become a world-famous designer of high fashion, classic and elegant clothes.
When young Julian sees three beautiful women with flowing hair, he imagines them to be mermaids and wants to be just like them. A picture book about imagination and identity for ages 4+.
RSPCA is heading east for a mega pop-up adoption shop this Friday BIG Cat Adopt-Out event at city-fringe location saves would-be adopters long drive south.
Throughout the month of July, Raising Literacy Australia is hosting The Little Big Book Swap fundraising event across South Australia to encourage families to share books together and sponsor libraries.
The Imperial Ice Stars have brought to Adelaide the story of Swan Lake in a very special way.
Based on the classic book by E. B. White, Joseph Robinette’s adaptation of Charlotte’s Web is a one hour play version of the story with a reduced cast of eight who portray all the key roles. We follow Wilbur, the runt of a litter of pigs, saved from becoming ham by a young girl named Fern. When he eventually becomes too big for the farm everything seems lost – until he makes the acquaintance of a helpful spider, Charlotte.
From August 1st, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie will sit amongst their iconic bush imagery at Carrick Hill’s Close To Nature: May Gibbs and Australian Botanical Art, an exhibition of original and rarely viewed artworks by iconic Australian author and illustrator, May Gibbs.
If your kids are looking for adventures this school holidays, here’s a list you need to see.
IpSkip Productions’ founder and Resident Director, Nathan Quadrio is branching away from adult plays such as Educating Rita and Steel Magnolias to produce and direct his and the company’s first children’s show, Joseph Robinette’s stage version of E. B. White’s delightful children’s novel, Charlotte’s Web.