The Hero’s Journey

Program presenter Gavin Vance in a play building workshop at a Primary School in Sydney

Program presenter Gavin Vance in a play building workshop at a Primary School in Sydney’s Inner West.

Perfect for OOSH School Holiday Activities for Kids or After School Activities for Kids aged 5-12, The Hero’s Journey guarantees to have up to 30 students performing their own original play, in full costumes and masks, and to a brilliant music soundtrack, after only 90 minutes (or a more polished presentation after 3×90 minute sessions). Students will learn first hand the key moments of the Hero’s Journey storytelling structure as they add their own ideas and bring new stories to life. Our presenter arrives with a complete kit of costumes and props ready for the dress up adventure of a lifetime. Witches and wizards, kings and queens, angels and demons live large in this world where there is something for everyone!

Information for OOSH Providers & Child Care Centres

  • Available to Primary Years K-6 only &
  • 30 student maximum per course / session
  • Stand Alone Session $280
  • Three consecutive sessions $720
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