Jugg Life Jugg Life Productions

Kids Holiday Program

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An explosive fusion of juggling and dynamic live percussion with relentless energy.

Beginning with the simple beat of a drum and ending with the total mayhem of both performers keeping ludicrous numbers of props in the air, Jugg Life is an intense, non-stop escalation of skill and entertainment.

As sound melds seamlessly with world-class technical ability and energetic stage presence, the performers display precisely what we love about juggling in every way possible, incorporating competition, danger, music and teamwork. Colourful, visual, turbulent and fun, Jugg Life is a show for the entire family.

Throughout the show audiences experience a smorgasbord of all that juggling has to offer. From the competitive and exciting sport of combat juggling that gets played out over several matches, to the simplicity and beauty of perfectly synchronised 3 club routines, with some unconventional percussion and a Rubik’s Cube solve between two jugglers while they also keep 3 clubs in motion.

The show will take you on a juggling journey so fun, joyous and exciting that it’s completely normal for audiences to feel compelled to learn to juggle after watching Jugg Life.


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  • Reviews:

    A show full of laughter that will have you in awe of their spectacular skills

    - Aspire Magazine, Naomi Giatas

    Hutton and Fisher… have taken juggling to a whole new exciting level

    - Theatre Press, Myron My
  • Event Details
    Date & Times:
    Tuesday 28 September, 10am & 12pm
    Tickets:

    Full $23
    Family (group of 4) $20

    Tickets can also be purchased over the phone at 03 8606 4200 or in-person at our reception office (Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm).

    Running Time:
    50 minutes
    Where:
    Gasworks Theatre
    Ages:
    All ages
    Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible
  • Credits
    Cast:
    Richard Sullivan, Byron Hutton, Joe Fisher