THE LOLLY POP LADIES

 

The Lolly Pop Ladies is a dynamic, interactive, visually impactful and endearing mask theatre act, specifically tailored for a wide array of events, festivals and occasions.

 

Whatever your event or celebration, make sure you grab your audience’s attention and ignite their imagination with our genuinely wonderful Lolly Pop Ladies. These ladies engage in playful games with members of the crowd as they wander through your event areas. 

REASONS TO BOOK THIS ACT

  • A phenomenal walkabout act that will captivate your audience -fascinating, unforgettable and visual.

  • Unique, eye-catching entertainment that stands out from the crowd.

  • Charming and fun characters that will delight and surprise audiences.

  • An extraordinary strong visual aesthetic that will provide spectacular interactive entertainment.

  • Unique roaming characters that engage with all audience types.

  • Brisbane based yet available to travel throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Incredibly versatile and will suit any event - from entertaining children and posing for photos at family-friendly events, to mingling with delegates at a conference, or being mischievous with guests at gala dinners, right through to wowing audiences at product launches. Highly memorable and seriously funny.

 



"Kids and adults alike LOVED The Lolly Pop Ladies! Such great interactions by industry professionals, who clearly have fabulous comic timing!" 
 ★★★★★

-Artist Co-Ordinator, The 2018 Commonwealth Games (2018)


"We were looking for a way to liven up our local street parade and booked The Lollypop Ladies. The Lollypop ladies were a big hit with the crowds and added that perfect unique edge the parade was lacking. The performers generously went above and beyond to interact with the crowd and stopped for many photos after the parade, something we were incredibly grateful for. A pleasure to work with and artistically unique -I’d recommend this world-class troupe for any public event!"
★★★★★

 

Paul Smyth, Events Officer, CEO Unit Douglas Shire Council (2018)