You can listen back to our special live broadcast! Head here for our chat with The Listies, or head here for Spot On Festival programmer Catherine Swallow. Also, learn about relaxed performances with Amy Matthews here.
Kinderling is going to the Spot on Festival! Join us on Tuesday September 27 to kick off the festival with a day of live radio, music and fun-filled activities.
It’s all happening at Riverside Theatre in Parramatta, where we’ll be putting on an afternoon for the whole family to enjoy these school holidays.
Our parenting show, Kinderling Conversation, will be coming to you live from Spot On from 12pm, hosted by Shevonne Hunt.
You can also take some time out as a family during Kinderling Meditations at 12:30 with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz.
Join us at the festival or tune in to hear us live from Spot On at 12pm.
Put on the dancing shoes either at home or at the festival for our live mini disco!
With classics like the Macarena and the Nutbush, there’ll also be room to make up your own moves.
It’s a fun and free day, with heaps of activities like face painting, balloon twisting, craft, a reading tent and more.
We’re so excited to bring you a great day of school holiday entertainment, so come and share in the fun.
Want more? Spot On Festival runs September 27 – October 2, with heaps of movies, workshops, playgrounds, musical performances and children’s theatre to explore. Head to their website for the full lineup.
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