Thanks for coming to Mount Gambier. My daughter thought today was awesome. She’s so excited to be playing Swish The Mermaid in Peter Pan. Thanks to the 2 vibrant young ladies that have come down. You Rock
Alice in Wonderland by Theatre Bugs at the Forge Theatre, Marryatville, is a wonderful show of young local talent. Some stand out singing and great dance moves by the cast. And best of all they looked like they were having a great time performing to the audience. (more…)
My 6 yr old daughter loves Theatre Bugs. She looks forward to Saturdays all week and loves her teacher Lucy at Golden Grove. She has always been fairly confident but that confidence has increased. She regularly speaks and presents at school assembly. (more…)
(Theatre Bugs offers) confidence and variety. After attending for a few years now my daughter hasn’t once said anything was boring and looks forward to class each week. (this is a testament as everything we suggest is boring!)
My daughter Lily started at Theatre Bugs in Fairy Babes with Bernie…. it has been most rewarding to see how she has grown in confidence as she was shy. I remember her first concert and I could hardly get her on the stage…. now a totally different child and is the one leading her dance routines. (more…)
Congratulations to all the bugs who performed in Step Back in Time. What a great show! My guys are exhausted but so thrilled to have been a part of it. Thanks Joni Combe for all the hard work you and all the bugs team do to put together such a professional show. (more…)
The end of year shows are always amazing! Such a thrill for the kids to perform in a real theatre with all the excitement of lights, makeup and a huge audience. And what a joy for parents to see their kids displaying such confidence and talent. Thanks Theatre Bugs
My children have gained so much confidence being at Theatre Bugs. They love how relaxed and fun the classes are, not too much pressure but still have to learn. They love attending classes every Saturday without complaints and Bernie is a wonderful teacher
Thanks to Lucy and Bernie (and all the wonderful teachers and staff at Theatre Bugs). We have watched Maya grow in her skills and confidence each in these end of year performances. It was lovely to see how confident she has become. The caring staff have a big impact on children and how they perform. Thank you
Today I had the privilege of presenting a drama workshop focussing on the national curriculum to arts specialist and generalist teachers. What a fabulous day!! Reminds me how blessed i am to have my children educated by such amazing and professional teachers at theatre bugs.
A lovely evening last night at the Salisbury Carols. Such a pleasure to perform with my full band, fantastic backing singers, and the kids from Theatre Bugs
What incredible experiences for the children to work with professional stage management teams in such a positive and supportive environment. I love the way that TBs link with other businesses to provide opportunities for our children
My daughter loves her Theatre Bugs classes. She is full of energy & this provides a great outlet for her each week, allowing her to perform, use her imagination and have fun all at the same time.
My daughter was always confident and eager to perform at home to friends and family but would melt down if she had to even stand up in front of others out in public. She is now so confident and always gives her performances her all! So proud to see her grow into a confident young lady.
It sounds like we are old hands at this now, being in our 5th year. Miss 7 loves seeing her friends each week, loves seeing Bernie each week, and TB is the one thing she tries very hard not to miss out on. I love how she and her fellow combo bugs amaze Bernie (or so she says) with how well they learn their lines. (more…)
My son Ollie has low muscle tone and hyper-flexibility. And he is also an active boy with a huge imagination. Theatre Bugs not only helped him with developing his co-ordination and confidence, but in channeling his energy in a more structured and planned way. (more…)