WATER DROPS

WATER DROPS

Majestic water creatures with bubble machines built in to their costumes!

Melbourne, Tours nationally, VIC, Australia

Two beautiful, majestic water-creatures shimmer, gleam and bring a touch of the exotic to your event. With bubble machines built into their costumes, masses of bubbles float around the Water Drops wherever they go. The Water Drops also use equipment to produce giant sized bubbles of up to a meter in diameter. This act combines the best elements of stilt walking and bubble making and the result is phenomenal!

People are spell bound by the beauty of this act but children are simply delighted when they experience enormous bubbles. Children love to play in the bubbles and vy for the opportunity to pop a giant bubble. Fairy floss sticks have even, on occasion, been thrown as tiny javlins at the giant bubbles.

In combining the beauty of stilts with the wonder of bubbles,  the Water Drops embody a magical, fantasy theme.

“I just wanted to say a big thank you for your performances as the Water Drops at Floriade last week. They were a huge hit with the crowds and the characters were visually very stunning to look at. You were a pleasure to work with and we look forward to working with you again.” Laura Raine, Event Coordinator, Floriade, September 2014

"Children were drawn to these majestical looking sea type creatures and captivated by their amazing bubbles suits. You are definately a world class act!" Bridgett North, Tunarama, January 2013

"Such a massive hit - not just with the kids!" Larni Pilgrim, EMC Group Geelong, November 2012

"Fantastic to work with, right from the start. The quality of their costumes and make up is second to none." Lacey Milzewski, Rockhampton Regional Show, June 2012

“Clever, funny, interactive and engaging entertainment for all ages - kids and adults loved them. A delight to work with - approachable, flexible and very professional. We have no hesitation in recommending them to any venue, council or event organiser."   Camille Sunshine, Discovery Day Committee, Murdoch Children's Research Institute, March 2011 


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