There are really two key criteria for making good children’s entertainment. One is musical talent, and the other (which can’t be faked) is a love for the audience. The Hooley Dooleys possess both of these in abundance. Their musical talents really set them apart.
The Hooley Dooleys will be a major draw card when they take to the stage at The Roxy on Monday 13th July as part of a fun-filled school holiday program.
The Hooley Dooleys are one of the most recognised names in children’s entertainment. There is no doubting that the Hooley Dooleys are excellent, well trained musicians and consummate professional performers, but it is their obvious desire to do the right thing by children which has given them a lasting and classic appeal.
Over the last 13 years, the Aria Award winning Hooley Dooleys have sold over half a million DVD’s, entertained some 1.5 million children and have travelled to almost every state and town in Australia.
Their unique brand of educational songs and skits are easily equal to that of The Wiggles, and they are equally as much fun.
As always, the Hooley Dooleys encourage audience participation. With their popular musical style, wonderfully interactive dance numbers and plenty of laughs, the stellar new cast of The Hooley Dooleys inspires and encourages children to learn new things, grasp new ideas and discover the world around them.
The group’s latest show “How 2 be a Safety Hero” is now on tour around Australia and is wowing crowds everywhere they play.
Led by veteran Hooley Dooley David Butts and featuring super heroes Penelope Perfect and Captain Catastrophe, along with Russell the Muscley Kangaroo and Tickle the Doodat, the whole gang will be going bush to beach, spreading messages of safety so that everyone, no matter how young or old, can be a safety hero! Russell and Tickle bring their wonderful innocent sense of fun as the gang follows their wacky adventure to learn How 2.
This is one show that will keep your children involved from start to finish. Don’t miss them at The Roxy on Monday 13th July at 2:30pm. Tickets are $12 and are available from the Bingara Tourist Information Centre tel: 67 24 0066, as well as at the door.