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JUNK by Flying Fruit Fly Circus

JUNK by Flying Fruit Fly Circus

Ordinary kids doing extraordinary things!

JUNK made us all want to run away with the circus back in 2017, and now you can watch it again. ABC iView are streaming the full performance for free right now, along with some brilliant behind-the-scenes footage.

See Australia's world famous circus for young people transform a 1940's rural junkyard into a magical landscape.




Need to add some more silliness to your isolation? We are still LOLing from the stage show ICKYPEDIA and can't wait for ROFLSHALBOWCO coming to Kingston Arts in October by kidult comedy duo The Listies.

Luckily for us, they have a heap of hilarious videos to keep you and the kids giggling at home – such as this one about washing your hands featuring an insane line-up of Aussie comedians. While you’re there you can also check out the swag of goodies in their online shop. From books to CDs, there is something to entertain all die-hard Listies fans.





Did you enjoy the annual chocolate egg eating festival?

We all did at Kingston Arts and in case you missed our holiday workshop we prepared with our good Friends The Trash Puppets we have put it back up for you to enjoy! 


Meeting Mozart

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Recommended for ages 2 – 8. Recorded in the Playhouse, 2019

Watch with delight as renowned Australian pianist Simon Tedeschi assumes the persona of the musical wunderkind himself, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, on this journey into the music behind the man.

Joined by his wife and muse, Constanze, this performance gives audiences an introduction to Mozart’s music, from variations on ‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star’ to his major compositions. Little music lovers will meet all the instruments in the ensemble along the way, and discover some of Mozart’s best known and loved classical music.

Written by Simon Tedeschi, Eva Di Cesare & Tim McGarry. Directed by Eva Di Cesare.



To watch this performance, click on the image below, this will take you to their YouTube Channel.


The girl who forgot to sing badly

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Recommended for ages 6+. Recorded in The Studio, 2014

Sometimes it takes a girl-sized human to solve an adult-sized problem. 

Peggy O’Hegarty and her parents are packers. They squeeze fruit into tins, foxes into boxes, even bikes into brown paper bags. And all the while Peggy sings with the voice of an angel – a grossly unfortunate angel, who can’t sing at all. But one day work stops working, and the jobs stop coming, and Peggy steps outside to find that winter has arrived… and everyone in her city has gone!

Ingenious performer Louis Lovett leads the audience on an untamed adventure that crosses snowy lands and wild seas. As Peggy desperately tries to save the day, we learn about love, loss, the reassurance of goats, and the courage to sing gloriously on or off-key.

Sydney Opera House presents The Girl who Forgot to Sing Badly by Finegan Kruckemeyer (Theatre Lovett, Dublin, Ireland)


To watch this performance click on the image below, this will take you to their Youtube channel.



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Told through the eyes of the Wolf, this energetic work from internationally acclaimed CoisCéim Dance Theatre is inspired by one of Prokofiev’s most famous scores, Peter and the Wolf. Filled with dance and live music, explore the themes of courage and imagination while experiencing contemporary dance at its best. Directed and choreographed by David Bolger

Jams for Juniors Online - WITH THE MSO

Jams for Juniors


To join in on the Jams for Juniors Online you will need to sign up, by clicking here.

You can read more information about this fantastic opportunity, by clicking here.


Upcoming Jams for Juniors

The MSO look forward to launching a second series of Jams for Juniors online in the upcoming month. Sign up above to receive an email when we launch Series 2.

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