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SUPER AMAZING GIANT GIRL

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LA MAMA FOR KIDS presents as part of the 2016 Melbourne Fringe Festival

Tue – Sat 11am

Approximately 45 minutes

Ages 4+

 

Devised and performed by Anna Lumb

 

Super Amazing Giant Girl Anna Lumb returns to the Melbourne Fringe Festival in Super Amazing Giant Girl, a hilarious parable of strength, fragility and triumph, exploring the challenges of fitting in when you’re a SUPER AMAZING GIANT! Action packed and interactive, this theatre show for kids combines thrilling circus, absurd comedy and ingenious physical theatre.

Featuring hula-hoops, roller skates, bananas, surprise special-guest Gabi Barton (slapstick dance-nik) and a spectacular soundtrack by Dj Lazer Ferrari that even big kids will enjoy. A fun and immersive theatre experience inviting audiences into a colourful miniature cardboard city where kids will feel like Super Giants too! Through circus, narrative and comedy, Anna demonstrates that size, strength and vulnerability are ultimately great assets to have.

This show is designed to empower and inspire little strong women and men. Anna Lumb has performed for kids of all ages with companies such as Strange Fruit and Strut & Fret. A circus and hula-hoop dynamo famed for her hilarious physical comedy and wildly entertaining theatrics, she’s a regular favourite at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s ‘Very Big Laugh Out,’ and ‘Comedy Club for Kids.’

“Adorable retro shtick” HHHH – The Age

“A treat to watch” HHHH – Herald Sun SEP 27 – OCT 1

Special Guest: Gabi Barton

Outside Eye: Anni Davey

Soundtrack by Thomas Butt

Image by Jo Duck

Artwork by Anna Lumb

La Mama Courthouse

349 Drummond Street Carlton

$25 Full | $15 Concession

Available via www.lamama.com.au or 9347 6142

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