Kiddyrock Workshop

Kiddyrock is a music and art collective with the coolest programs and instructors in the world. We know, we’ve seen them in action. That’s why we’re so excited about having them back!

They make music, write songs and make videos. They play shows, run events and workshops. And they have heaps of fun (the whole thing is gloriously contagious).

The Kiddyrock approach to music, movement and art involves a range of prompts: drums, ukuleles, percussion instruments, xylophones, exploratory play boxes, dancing props and puppets.

The music component is typically sung live with an acoustic instrument played by the instructor. AMAZING! Children and their carers are invited and encouraged to play along on the musical equipment provided. We also use original recorded music so our instructors can lead children in movement and dancing exercises incorporating Key Word Sign.

All Kiddyrockers are fully insured teaching artists and experienced children's educators/entertainers with current Working With Children cards.

This workshop will be ace fun for toddlers right up to ten-year-olds, Kiddyrock instructors will guide the big kids to help out the little ones. 

You are warmly invited to join us for an evening with Sydney based writer Helen Thurloe.

Thurloe's debut novel Promising Azra addresses the topic of forced marriage in an Austrlian context.

Kathy Landvogt, the Head of Women's Research, Advocacy and Policy (WRAP) Centre for Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand,will also be joinng us to speak about the real-life context for the story of Promising Azra, with a Melbourne focus.