Frequently Asked Questions
How are your shows performed?
Our shows are very high energy and require non-stop focus from the performer. We use multi-roling, puppetry and movement to create the performance with one performer. Our shows are extensively rehearsed and developed before they are taken out to be performed in schools and venues.
Our shows work on multiple levels to engage students from different year groups. Our performances are highly visual, with high energy, movement and music. The comedic elements of the show are often physical. These aspects allow the shows to be relevant to the entire school.
Our shows focus on conveying key messages in an accessible way. These messages are something that the entire school can relate to, understand, and apply in their behaviour.
What do you need from us?
For the show, we need a space large enough for your audience to sit comfortably, and a performance area of 140cm by 180cm. This is usually fine in most school halls. We require one standard table and two chairs, use of a projector and sound system.
The workshops require a large clear space with one table and two chairs.
We also require parking for one standard car for the day.
If you have any specific concerns or requirements just let us know.
Can we pay after your visit?
Yes, payment is due 30 days after the invoice is issued. This will usually be after the date of our visit. If you require a specific arrangement for the payment, just let us know.
What happens if we need to reschedule?
We will always do what we can to reschedule days if this is required. However, we need sufficient notice to do so, and during our busy periods reschedules may not always be possible (January, February and November.)
So be extra sure your chosen date will work before booking during these busy times.
How will your visit work with our social distancing procedures?
We work with one bubble at a time, allowing your class bubbles to remain seperate for our visit.
We have put safety measures in place to allow for a safe and socially distanced delivery of our workshops.
You can also read our full risk assessment here.
What is Veil Poi?
Veil Poi is sometimes used in our performances. Poi is a small weight secured to the end of a chord, veil poi is when a veil is attached to the weight. As the performer moves the veil poi through the air, it creates an impressive visual effect. Poi performance is sometimes described as a circus skill. It originates from a traditional Maori and Hawaiian practice.
How much does a visit cost?
We have a range of different packages that we can offer to cater for schools and institutions of different sizes.
We pride ourselves on being very accessible to most budgets, and we can provide a whole school experience at a very reasonable and competitive price.
Please contact us and a friendly and experienced member of our team will suggest the best options for your school.