Children haven't been forgotten by the programmers of the Wollongong Spiegeltent, with acrobatic circus troupe Circa bringing some fun during the school holidays.
Wolfgang's Magical Musical Circus explored the wacky world of classical music's favourite child prodigy, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Performer Katherine O'Keefe explained the show includes a storm of powder, tumbles, crashes and a chair-stacking stunt to have the audience biting their nails.
"We've had some children [in the audience] who have grown up doing music and they love music, so for them knowing that this has Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's music in it really grabs them," she said.
"For other children it's circus - its a fun chance to go see something which has a bit of suspense and enthusiasm and joyfulness.
"We're lucky with the show that it can get everyone's imagination."
The physical performance tells the story of an interesting birthday party with some cheeky aspects too.
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The show has a G rating, with performances at the family-friendly time of 10am daily until Sunday April 28. It runs for 60 minutes, without an interval.
The performance at 10am on April 27 is a relaxed performance and suitable for people on the Autism Spectrum or those with sensory and communication needs; young patrons who are toilet training; adults who need to move; or others with a range of real-life needs.
Tickets $28. www.spiegeltentwollongong.com