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Kitchen Choas - Arrowtown

When:

Wed 22 Jul 2020, 4:00pm–5:30pm

Where: Arrowtown Athenaeum Hall, 33 Buckingham St, Arrowtown, Queenstown Lakes

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission : $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Welcome to another fabulously funny fiasco from the team that brought you The Messy Magic Adventure. When magic is accidentally let loose in the kitchen, everything is turned topsy-turvy. Now, the audience must help sensible Spray and naughty Wipe bake a very special cake before it’s too late, as their kitchen gets messier and messier!

“Riveting, delightful, exciting and highly amusing” - Theatreview

“Gleeful physical comedy… The entire audience appears to be having a ball” – Stuff

Circus, slapstick and magic combine in this wild and wonderful adventure. Suitable for our friends from last year (aged 3+ and their grown-ups) and for those new to the messy magic world, with Q and A or workshop available after each performance.

From the award-winning carnie-theatre team that brought you The Messy Magic Adventure, your little ones are invited to join us on a story filled with joy, laughter and the messiest juggling you’ve ever seen. Don’t worry - no matter how messy we get, all Ministry of Health guidelines will be followed.

Rollicking Entertainment is a company formed of powerhouse theatre makers, carnies, and messy magicians who produce and tour original work. The company has performed at over 50 festivals across nine countries, and won numerous awards including the World Buskers Festival's prestigious Critics’ Choice award. With a special interest in creating joyful silliness for children, co-founders Lizzie Tollemache and David Ladderman love any opportunity to bring Rollicking Entertainment's brand of fast paced physical storytelling to kiwi audiences. Previous engagements have included Auckland Live Pick & Mix, New Zealand Opera, The Hobbit world premiere, the Rugby World Cup, the 2015 Cricket World Cup and festivals across North America, UAE and the UK.