Emma Memma - Boop and Twirl Tour 2024 | BREC

Emma Memma – Boop and Twirl Tour 2024

Run Time  1 hr
Ticket Prices $35 inc BF
Presented By Live Nation

TICKETS ON SALE: Wednesday 15 May, 11:00am AWST

At every ‘Emma Memma’ performance, there will be an Auslan interpreter standing on the side of the stage interpreting the music and story into Auslan. If you require seating in close view of this interpreter, accessing Auslan more clearly – please contact us at team@emmamemma.com

29 June 2024
10:00 am

ARIA award-winning children’s musical spectacular, Emma Memma is heading back out on her big, bright, orange Butterfly Bus to tour around the country bringing the Boop and Twirl Tour to Aussie families far and wide. Children across Australia will get to sing, dance and sign with Emma Memma and her friends, Elvin Melvin, BB Butterfly, Waffles the Wombat and their favourite Memma Mates!

Families will be treated to a sprinkling of Emma Memma’s classic songs on the Boop and Twirl Tour as well as new favourites like ‘Pasta Necklace’, ‘Twirl Twirl with Emma’ and ‘Boop on the Nose’ that are all featured on Emma Memma’s YouTube Channel and the new ‘Twirly Tunes’ album.

Families are encouraged to dress in Emma Memma and Elvin Melvin’s favourite colours: orange, pink and green!

Emma Memma’s team acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands, waters and seas where we live, learn and perform.

About Emma

Renowned children’s entertainer with a focus on integrated accessibility through visual communication combined with creative children’s screen media.

Dancer and filmmaker, Emma Watkins, began her performance career early from the age of 3, nurturing her love of dance and movement, performing ballet, Irish, hip-hop, tap and contemporary dance at The McDonald College for Performing Arts and ED5 International in Sydney. Emma found a love for fi lm editing during her time at Sydney Film School and completed her masters in Media Arts and Production at UTS. After dancing in productions around Australia, France, India, Canada, China and New Zealand, Emmajoined Australian children’s entertainment group, The Wiggles in 2010, becoming the fi rst female Wiggle in the main line-up.

Emma’s passion for movement and body expression expanded to an interest in sign language and raising awareness of Australia’s Deaf community since she was young. Ever since, Emma pursued studying sign language, with a Diploma of Auslan (Australian Sign Language) and Diploma in Interpreting at Deaf Connect. She currently sits on the advisory board for the Australian Government, the ‘Early Years Strategy’ focusing on children’s needs and family services for future policies.

Emma has recently completed her PhD at Macquarie University combining all her passions, focusing on the aff ective and artistic integrations of sign language, dance and fi lm editing. Currently, Emma is touring the nation and abroad with her new children’s entertainment venture ‘Emma Memma’, winning the ARIA award for Best Children’s Album in 2023. ‘Emma Memma’ features Emma and Deaf dancer and artist, Elvin Lam (Elvin Melvin) highlighting visual language for preschoolers and their family network to give them the skills to communicate through sign and gesture.

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