The Bubble Show

Family Entertainment |
21st October 2023

Starts 2pm | Tickets £11 | Family of 4 £40 | Theatre | Age Guidance 3-12 yrs

The Highland Joker presents The Bubble Show at Brewery Arts, Kendal. 

As seen in the Guinness World Record Book 2020 & 2023, Mr Bubbles returns to Brewery Arts with his extraordinary soap bubbles in all shapes and sizes.

The Bubble Show is a unique blend of magic, storytelling, science and bubble art. Expect bouncy bubbles, bubbles inside bubbles, smoke bubbles, square bubbles, giant bubbles, and even fire bubbles.

Actor, storyteller, and Guinness World Record holder, The Highland Joker (Mr Bubbles) is one of the best bubble artists in the world, bringing families an interactive, fun, international award-winning bubble extravaganza.

★★★★★ “The Bubble Show: flawlessly simple and full of wonder” – Deadline News, Edinburgh

★★★★★ “Mr Bubbles works wonders with buckets, bowls and troughs of water and detergent” – Theatre Review New Zealand

★★★★ “Engaging showmanship from bubble maestro the Highland Joker” = The List, Edinburgh

★★★★ “This show’s gentle humour and obvious passion will lift your spirits” – Edinburgh49

Act award, Face TV New Zealand 2016
Audience Choice Award, Nelson Fringe 2018
Top Children’s Entertainer Award, New Zealand Variety Artists Club 2019

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21st October 2023

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