Learn performance skills, make a costume piece and help set a world record!
As part of the Centenary Children’s Week Celebrations, we’re nodding our cap to the Canberra parades of old with the 100 Harlequins project.
We’re offering a combined performance & costume workshop to anyone who would like to be a harlequin as part of our 100 Harlequins Parade on Saturday 26 October.
The 100 Harlequins Parade will leave from Glebe Park at 10am. The harlequins will parade through the CBD, winding their way through City Walk for the official count in Garema Place – we’re attempting to set a world record for the most harlequins in one place! After the official count, the parade will return to Glebe Park, kicking off the second day of high energy fun at the Kids, Creatures & 100 Harlequins children’s event. It’s like the Canberra parades of old, but with a twist!
At the workshops you’ll learn some basic physical theatre skills befitting a harlequin, including simple skits, whacky walks and mischievous movements. You’ll also work with our visual artist to make a costume piece that you can wear in the parade.
We’re calling on people of all ages to get involved – groups, individuals and families are all welcome! No specific skills or experience are required.
If you’d like to join in the fun, sign up for a workshop at
Workshops Dates: Date: Sunday 13 October
Date: Sunday 20 October
Parade Date: Saturday 26 October 2013 10am - 10.45am
Kids, Creatures and 100 Harlequins is a Centenary of Canberra project, presented in association with ACT Playgroups, and proudly supported by the ACT Government, Principal Partner ActewAGL, NRMA Motoring & Services and Canberra CBD Limited.
Join the 100 Harlequins Parade!