Adelaide Fringe Review: The Pinky Pie Party

FAMILY-FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer, Olive, went to see the only show at Adelaide Fringe by kids for kids, The Pinky Pie Party, presented by Strut & Fret.

WORDS: Olive W, 13-years-old

KIDDO Reviewer, Olive

The Pinky Pie Party is the perfect show for a super fun disco experience! Packed to the brim with fun activities, this show offers balloons, beachballs, dress ups, confetti, sparklers and great music.

The fabulous child-host, DJ Alba Lorca, changes from song to song, so you can sing along to Shake It Off, Let It Go, and dance along to the Macarena and Nutbush.

This show allows younger children to run around the venue and play with the colouring stations, dress ups and balloons, as well as get face paint.

With super cool lighting, a great spot to watch The Pinky Pie Party, and grab a bite to eat, I would definitely recommend this show to families with high energy little ones.

Go show DJ Alba Lorca your awesome disco moves!

The Pinky Pie Party

Until Sunday 10th of March

The Box, The Garden of Unearthly Delights


For more information:

adelaidefringe.com.au

 

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