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Who Wants To Be An Olympian?

by Pākiki Theatre

children-and-family, theatre

A fun, interactive game show to celebrate the Olympics and Paralympics, where the audience gets to go for gold!

about the production

2024 is Olympic year! Get your audiences engaged with 'Who Wants To Be An Olympian?' A fun and interactive celebration of the Olympics and Paralympics and a great way to get young audiences excited about sport and Paris 2024! Highly participative, the audience work as a team to complete the medal challenges, finding out about Olympic and Paralympic history, London 2012, different sports and London's sporting heroes!

about the artist

Pākiki Theatre specialises in creating fun, interactive theatre for children and families that celebrates local heritage and inspires them about the place they live and their part in its future. We aim to reflect the diverse communities we work with and make theatre accessible by being fun, interactive and affordable.

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stage dimensions

width: 5 metres

height: 3 metres

depth: 4 metres

* Portable, self-contained, pop up set.
* Suitable for indoor performances, covered outdoor stage or a marquee.
* End on performance.
* Requirements are 1x power point for portable amp, parking space, changing space for cast.
* FOH staff member(s) in line with the venue's policy.

Children ages 6-12 and their families in London and the South East. (We are a London based company).

The perfect balance between entertainment and heritage, engaging the entire audience in a creative and exciting way.

James King, Programme Manager, Newham Heritage Month

There were performances of 'Who Wants to be an Olympian?' in all Newham Libraries this summer. Engaging, interactive, informative and fun. We loved this show and we know that the families of Newham did too. Highly recommended. A must see, slick and professional piece of theatre.

Deborah Peck, Library Development Officer, Newham Libraries

Amazing. 10 out of 10. Best thing ever. Loved the level of interaction and the passion, excitement, energy of the event.

Paul Boyd, Year 5 Teacher, Curwen Primary School

We encourage people of all abilities to come to our shows and we work with venues to maximise accessibility.

Minimum £450 (incl VAT) per show, plus travel costs from our London base. Additional accommodation and subsistence costs may apply if outside the London area.