Venue: Kids Space Station

Grab a beanbag and prepare for large doses of fun with exciting mini shows, perfect for the shortest of attention spans.

Date and TimeArtist/PerformerOverviewImage
Friday 5 April, 5.30pm – 6.00pm,
6.15pm – 6.45pm, 7.00pm – 7.30pm,
7.45pm – 8.15pm
Gelo presents The Little HOO-HAA!The Little HOO-HAA! Is improvised comedy at its funniest. Two teams of comedians go head to head in a battle of wits and comedy kerfuffle. Interactive, engaging and hilarious, The Little HOO-HAA! Is big laughs for little people.
Saturday 6 April, 2.00pm – 2.20pm,
3.30pm – 3.50pm, 6.00pm – 6.20pm

Sunday 7 April,
3.00pm – 3.20pm,
5.30pm – 5.50pm
Hazel’s Circus SuitcaseThis show brings your imagination to life with the perfect blend of circus and clown. Jump into Hazel’s extraordinary world where tables spin, plates fly and regular kids are transformed into circus stars. You won't want to miss the sensational finale that will have you so far on the edge of your seat you might fall off.
Saturday 6 April, 2.30pm – 2.50pm,
4.00pm – 4.20pm
Magnus’ Explosion LaboratoryA Science Technology Maths Engineering (STEM) based stage show inspired by science, through astounding demonstrations and (supervised, safe) interactive experiments. Magnus’ Explosion Laboratory will teach basic principles of physics, chemistry and electromagnetism.
Saturday 6 April, 3.00pm – 3.20pm,
5.00pm – 5.20pm
Clown HardyhahaClown Hardyhaha is a hilariously obtuse clown who brings to the stage outrageous impromptu play and physical feats delivered with an inventive soundtrack.
Saturday 6 April, 4.30pm – 4.50pm,

Sunday 7 April,
3.30pm – 3.50pm,
5.00pm – 5.20pm
The Intergalactic Ice ImpsHave you ever seen an ice imp? Well you will here! Join them on their journey as they try and understand this planet we call earth. Audience interaction, hilarity and circus oddities guaranteed.
Saturday 6 April, 5.30pm – 5.50pm

Sunday 7 April,
2.00pm – 2.20pm,
4.00pm – 4.20pm
SCOOBS!SCOOBS! Is a high energy, nail biting, plate spinning and juggling manipulation show. You will be on the edge of your bean bag screaming with joy and aching from belly laughs as this guy draws you in to his chaotic world of circus and comedy.
Saturday 6 April, 7.15pm – 7.45pm
Space Talk. Saving Our Stars! with Carol Redford (Astrotourism WA)Did you know stargazing in WA is a world-class experience? Our dark night sky is a rare asset in a world where 80% of people live under a light polluted sky. WA is protecting its dark night sky so you and visitors from around the globe can see the amazing Milky Way in all its glory.
Saturday 6 April, 8.00pm – 9.00pm
COSMIC NOMAD - Adults onlyAstronaut candidate, speaker, author and comedian, Josh Richards is currently one of 100 astronaut candidates shortlisted for the first human mission to Mars in 2031, the Mars One Project. If you were leaving the planet, what would you do before you left? Armed with stories about the challenges of life in space, Cosmic Nomad is sure to leave festival-goers excited about science, space and life beyond the usual limits.
Sunday 7 April, 2.30pm – 2.50pm,
4.30pm – 4.50pm
The Old New Variety ShowTrue to its name, this show is a mixture of acts from the plainly weird to skilful, to weirdly skilful! Part musical invention, part clown, part juggling, part surreal puppetry and really silly stuff, this is a playful show for everyone – from kids to kids in adult bodies.
Sunday 7 April, 6.00pm – 6.20pm
Pedro Tochas the Sculptor ClownA visual treat for all the family that will entertain and amaze. Pedro is renowned as one of the world’s best and most original street clowns, and also makes incredible balloon sculptures.