Theatre Shows in Melbourne 2019 - Musical Sprouts

A Day in the Life Of You – COMING TO MELBOURNE RECITAL CENTRE IN JAN 2020

Children's Shows in Melbourne

A Day in the Life of You

Yella is little with big energy. Blueno is equal parts grumpy and silly. Reddy has a secret past.

Come and visit the Musical Sprouts in their garden and help them coax Yella through the challenges of breakfast, brushing teeth, going to the toilet without falling in, and cleaning up.

Full of themes of independence and belonging, this show has delightful characters, catchy songs, fun-filled audience participation, live instruments and dance.

Funny, heart-warming and educational, this children’s show is written for intelligent children that are curious about the world they live in. Grown-ups love it just as much as their children!

Join the Sprouts for 50 mins of delight where we engage with your child from beginning to end (and give you some reprieve – we get it, we’re mothers too!)

“A gift of a show that allows children to be immersed in song, dance, music and storytelling”

Verity Hunt-Ballard, Mary Poppins Australia

Reviews

An absolute gift of a show that allows children to be immersed in song, dance, music and storytelling, whilst learning valuable lessons

Verity-Hunt Ballard, Mary Poppins, Australia

“The performers are all extremely good singers and musicians and engage with their audience in a supremely natural way. This group is on its way up!”

Elizabeth Woods ABC Radio National Children’s Producer

“I wish it could have gone forever”

Sybilla, 4 yr old

Find out what we’re up to and join us!

See what we have on offer for kindergartens and schools.

Albums, stickers, seed packets and more…

The Empathy Project

This is it. Our passion project. And we can finally tell the world what we’re up to – so here it is in a couple of sentences for your speed-reading pleasure.

VicHealth have come on board the Musical Sprouts train with City of Yarra Children’s Services to enable us to write a new children’s show exploring the emotional skills needed by children aged 2 – 8 to develop empathy later in life. 

WHY?

Because empathetic people develop respectful relationships in adulthood, and we believe that’s the key to happiness! Do you?