Over 500 children, parents and grandparents packed into Fremantle PCYC to share in the wonderful experience of the ABC’s Play School live performance of ‘Humpty’s Showtime’.
Play School Live in Concert tours nationally, and Fremantle PCYC has been lucky to host the concert for two years in a row.
All the Play School toys joined in the spectacle with starring roles for Jemima, Big Ted, Little Ted and guest appearances from many other Play School favourites.
The 45-minute concert was presented by the well-known Emma and Teo. The familiarity of the material and the presenters combined captivated the children with ear-splitting audience participation.
Acting Centre Manager Jackson Joseph said “We are so privileged and proud to be able to host the show/. Seeing the children come through the doors so excited to see their favourite toys come to life on stage is unbeatable.”
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