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Welcome to the home of 'Stand Up and Act Out' - delivering 100% of Relationships Education
What happens in an Interactive show?
Most suitable for children from three to seven years, during each one-hour show, children are whisked away on imaginary adventures, exploring new lands and walking in the shoes of their favorite characters. They will sing, dance, play drama games and, of course, do lots and lots of pretending! One very talented performer will take on a range of roles in this magical adventure. We don't need props or costumes - all we need is a little imagination!
Can I choose the theme?
From pirates to dragons and dinosaurs, princesses to fairies and mermaids we're sure to have a show that your little one will love. Find out more about our themes here, or select from the drop-down list in the booking form.
Don't forget to let us know if your child has a favorite character, friend or song they'd like to appear in the show - we'll do our best to make it happen!
How many guests can I invite?
We can perform for up to 30 children but ask that any adults who stay at the party sit quietly and watch the show with their child. We'll be encouraging little ones to concentrate and to use their imaginations which can be tiring, so they'll get the best out of the party if there is no background noise or other distractions.
What does it cost and what's included?
$200.00 for one hour$50.00 deposit required to secure your bookingPrintable party invites (free)Party CDs available at just 80p per childCertificates & balloons also available at a small additional cost
How do I book?
First of all submit the booking form so we can make sure we're available on your preferred day and time. We'll confirm your booking via email and then take a $50.00 deposit.
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Sarah has a degree in Theater Arts and a Masters degree in Education. She discovered her passion for Creative Drama as an intern at the Seattle Children's Theater. She then taught first grade in Phoenix, Arizona and in Helsinki, Finland. She sees drama as an excellent resource for social, intellectual, and physical development and a vital component of primary and preschool education. Upon moving back home to California she was lucky to be able to focus on raising her family and teaching drama classes to the youngest of performers! She loves the structure of Pyjama Drama classes because it allows for a safe and joyful learning experience.