Pumping the pulse? Firing farts? Children’s theatre show Health Havoc is offering a fun and educational way for Sydney’s children to explore the human body these September school holidays as a part of the Sydney Fringe Festival.
Working alongside St Vincent de Paul Society, Health Havoc has made a donation of 30 tickets (the cash equivalent of approximately $600) to the Vinnies Youth Services through the Sydney, Parramatta, Broken Bay and Wollongong area, providing children and their families the opportunity to see the show free of charge.
Full of friendship, trust, teamwork, snot, stomach juices and farts, Health Havoc is a show for all ages. Set inside the human body, it’s the story of three young white blood cells, who accidentally let a big bully bacteria into the body. Off on a heart pumping adventure, it’s up to this tiny trio to save the day and stop this biological bandit before their parents find out.
“We truly appreciate that Health Havoc thought of us,” Said Sarah Lentern the Youth Coordinator of St Vincent de Paul Society NSW. “The young kids in our services will be over the moon with the opportunity to have a fun day out and take in a show.”
Having previously volunteered with Vinnies Youth work, director Nina Juhl says donating the tickets is a way of recognising the great work Vinnies does. “We see this show as an opportunity to engage with our wider community, and with Vinnies help, hopefully give these kids a chance to experience theatre with their families.” said Ms Juhl.
Sep 21-29, New Theatre, 542 King St, Newtown
Concession $18/ Adults $22
Bookings visit www.sydneyfringe.com or call (02) 9020 6980.