Circusy Caterpillar

A little bit cheeky, a bit peckish and very circusy! This fun and interactive show sees our ravenous friend take to the stage to juggle plums, hula-hoop fruit and tell a few silly stories that will have your little one in fits of giggles. It’s the perfect show for your child’s first experience of live performance and is sure to induce a little nostalgia for the adults.

First appearing at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2011, Hannah Cryle has taken the show on tour to some of Australia’s most diverse festivals. Some of these festivals include, The Mt Beauty Music Festival (VIC), The Henry Lawson Festival (NSW) and Kids, Creatures & 100 Harlequins (ACT) and it was recently one of the headlining shows at Bally On High in Melbourne. One of the best circus shows for children currently on the Australian circuit, The Very Circusy Caterpillar is sure to entertain and delight.   

Target Audience
  • Children under the age of 8yrs.

  • Preschool Groups.

Staging Requirements
  • Flat and level stage appropriate for acrobatics.

  • Minimum height clearance 3m.

Cast and Crew
  • 1 performer.

  • 1 technician.

  • Touring party of 2.


Happy Haps Productions is always interested to hear from performers and other creatives who are keen to get on board with our mission.

"The Very Circusy Caterpillar exudes energy, provides entertainment and teaches the kiddies a very valuable lesson indeed!"

- Rip It Up.

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Come and experience first-hand what Hannah has been up to since you saw her last. It’s guaranteed to satisfy.

-Australian Stage

"It is creative without being painfully experimental and bursts with an infectious enthusiasm."

- The Herald Sun.

"Hannah Cryle is one impressive woman. She has gutsily broken away from her established career as an ensemble performer and created a solo show debut, The Iron Maiden. Packed with full-power rock numbers and a bunch of nifty tricks, she successfully proves she can do an ensemble show alone."

- Theatre Press

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