We do things a bit differently, and that's the way we like it!
The Going Bananas Show strives to bring back the magic of a live show to regional towns and cities, and watch the magic in the eyes of the audience light up as they experience something that only a live stage show can bring.
This year we would like to welcome our new show - The Great Kiwi Circus - We are still providing a fun packed 90-minute show to suit special needs and disadvantaged children in the community but we want to bring the thrill and excitement of the circus on to stages all over New Zealand. Our show will be grounded by our fantastically funny Ring Master and we will be presenting the children and caregivers with different types of circus acts that will change each year to keep it fresh and current.
To produce an entertaining and fun experience that the while family will enjoy. Our variety and Circus performers are some of the best New Zealand has to offer.
We are Proud to Support the Brain Injured Children Trust
The Brain Injured Children Trust operates on the belief that scientific evidence demonstrates an enormous capacity for recovery of dormant cells exists in the human brain after a brain injury.
We encourage this recovery through our vision: ‘To Inspire Brain Injured Children And Their Families Living In Our Community’
Achieve Results Life Dreams
Our members have shown positive proven results using Neuro-Developmental Therapy and other physical and mental activities. We are very excited about their future and see their community inclusion as a benefit to all.
The trust provides financial contributions towards Neuro-Developmental Therapy Advice; Resources & Equipment; Educational/Technical Requirements; Mobility Assistive Equipment; Crisis Support; Sporting/Recreational Needs and Support of Parents/Caregivers. These needs are comprehensive and ongoing, most well beyond the families financial means.
It is every good parent’s wish to see their child reach their full potential, whatever that may be, and it is no different for those with a brain injured child.
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