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FACE Fun Arts Creative Entertainment

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Australia - Vic

A boutique production company creating, producing & performing Music, Circus, Street-theatre, Roving & Variety-entertainment.

With over 20 years experience, Fun Arts specialize in providing a range of traditional and alternative interactive entertainment for Conferences, Retail, Gala, Festivals, Libraries, Sporting, Schools, Promotional , Expos and Corporate events.

Fun Arts create unique entertainment, engage audiences to communicate your message.

Working with some of Australia's finest performers, Fun Arts is actively involved in the creation & customization of performances for special events.

Fun Arts has successfully completed engagements Nationally & Internationally, performing anywhere from street corners to stadiums & everything in between.

Treat your guests to an unforgettable experience, from a solo performer to an orchestra.

Fun Arts is sure to have something to offer you!

Fun Arts has entertained at major events like:

Australian Football League AFL Grand Final.

Sydney Olympic 2000 Countdown in Malaysia,

The opening of 'Stadium Australia' (Sydney Olympic 2000 venue).

The Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix.

Australian Tennis Open.

Volvo For Life Festival Malaysia.

Hong Kong Fringe Festival.

Melbourne Festival of the Arts.

Festival of Perth.

International Theatre Festival in Colombia.

Our corporate clients include:

Volvo (Malaysia), Star Hub Communications (Singapore), Crown Casino(Melbourne), BMW (Australia), Mercedes Benz(Australia), HONDA(Australia), Telstra, Coles- Myer, Ericsson, Melbourne City Council, Citipower, Disney, Visy, KPMG, L'Oreal Australia,TOYOTA, BASF, Australian High Commission (Malaysia), Swatch (Singapore), Shell (Malaysia).....

Performing Act: Batacuda

Energy, outstanding entertainment, feet tapping and smiles are all symptoms of witnessing Batacuda's ground-breaking act. Their addictive ear-catching percussion has wowed audiences across the globe. This vibrant and colourful troupe has performed extensively both nationally & internationally in countries like Singapore, China, Malaysia & Latin America. The atmosphere they create with their audiences is unequalled. Playing rhythms from around the globe even Rock 'n' Roll: celebration and fun are naturally inevitable.

They are totally mobile, making them free to rove amongst the audience, encouraging participation along the way. Throughout their act, they will use anything as instruments: bicycles, rubbish bins, trucks, coffee cups and sculptures - whatever makes a sound! Then there are circus tricks - the pram balance, shoe juggling, umbrella manipulation just to name a few!

The show itself is a spectacular event that including musical gymnastics, comedy, drumming solos, physical contortion and fire juggling, all involving the audience en masse. Batacuda's performance highlights include such well-known festivals as the Melbourne International Festival of the Arts, the Columbia International Theatre Festival and the Hong Kong Fringe Arts Festival.

The unique nature and energy in their act is equaled only by their high standards and passion for audience interaction. Their flexibility and vast experience makes them the ideal act to transform events into moment to remember and enjoy for years to come.

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