Chores by Cluster Arts and Hoopla Clique – Comedy and physical theatre

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Inspired by slapstick legends Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, the side-splitting duo of Chores is coming to council's Lake Kawana Community Centre during the January school holidays for two shows only on Wednesday, January 17, 2018.
 
Chores is a hilarious and action-packed show about two excitable brothers playing in their very messy bedroom.
 
A generous serve of comedy and chaotic acrobatics accompanies every attempt at cleaning their room and doing their chores.
 
This mess of chaos and comedy concludes with a last-minute cleaning spree.
 
Mum is kept at bay and the rewards come flooding in.
 
With highlights of skilled circus stunts and uproarious, interactive gags, and with very little spoken dialogue, the audience will find themselves on the edge of their seats and giggling until the chores are done.
 
Chores is brought to you by Patrick Heilmann and Julian Roberts, the performers from The Leaping Loonies and Hoopla Clique.
 
With more than 20 years of collective experience, the exuberant talent of these two clowns redefines slapstick humour and showcases the true value of tenacity, teamwork, trust and cooperation through physical theatre.
 
This is a great holiday show for the whole family and is suitable for ages 2 and over.
 
Select from performances at 10am and 12.30pm. Duration approximately 50 minutes.
 
Tickets are $15 per person and for a group of four (minimum 2 children) just $55. For individual or group bookings, please call Lake Kawana Community Centre on 5413 1400 or visit www.scvenuesandevents.com.au.

 
Reviews
 
"Hilarious, amazing and super entertaining. They had the kids encapsulated from the moment they stepped on stage till the moment they left."
 
"Chores brings fantastic humour and exquisite comic timing to the everyday situation. A delight for the mischievous child within."
 
"The audience were engaged from beginning to end. Edge of the seat entertainment!"

 
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