Two circus performers on quest to prove Children are Stinky come to Geelong next month in school-holiday spectacular that can only end in disaster.
April Dawson and Kyle Raftery hit the stage at Geelong Performing Arts Centre (GPAC) to experiment in reverse psychology.
But the duo’s attempts to prove that kids are stinky are met with messy, hysterical twists and they only succeed in proving that children are awesome … and they know it.
Audiences can expect daredevil stunts, acrobatics, hula hoops and laughs from these award-winning performers.
Set in the ’90s, the show features in-jokes and choreographed nostalgic mash-ups to take accompanying parents on a trip down memory lane.
Australian performers Dawson and Rafferty come to Geelong following their recent run at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, having earned five-star reviews and sold out shows.
Part of the Love Central Geelong Family Magic Program, Children Are Stinky comes to GPAC’s drama theatre for two performances in the school holidays at 12pm and 2.30pm on 12 July.
This show is suitable for children aged three to ten and their families.