Children are Stinky

5NOVEMBER2022

Fresh from a smash hit, award-winning, 5 star, sell out season at the Edinburgh Fringe, Children are Stinky is a show to be seen. Set in the 90s (with all our favourite tracks) this extremely talented duo will astound with their incredible circus skills and laughing till your sides hurt. 

Malia Walsh (Circus Trick Tease, Men of Steel) and Chris Carlos (Three High Acrobatics, Circus Quirkus) join forces to create a show that encourages children to step on stage and prove themselves worthy, smart, co-ordinated and imaginative against these ridiculous circus performers, resulting in wonderful interaction and  an audience of proud kids and parents.

Tickets and shows

1-2pm
Saturday 5 November and Sunday 6 November
  • $15 Children (under 15)
  • $22 Adults (15 and over)
  • Recommended age 3-12
  • Family friendly
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What others thought...

★★★★★ “Children are Stinky’ holds the whole tent spellbound, with a mixture of lively humour and truly amazing acrobatics.” Ed Fringe Review
★★★★★ “...so much fun.  So many hula hoops.” Families UK 
★★★★★ “Exceedingly funny” Planetarts
★★★★ “This show has it all.” The List
★★★★ “Gobsmacked” The Advertiser
★★★★ “...impressed, amazed... captivated” Arts Award Voice

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Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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