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our shows

The Complete History of Malta (More or Less)


A fast-paced, crazy-fun show that tells you everything you need to know about Malta’s wonderful history in a really fun and interactive way while using a large amount of silly wigs, props and even sillier accents!

“A much welcomed presentation that made learning fun.”

Marie Ann Ciantar, Maria Regina College, Mosta Secondary (9/4/19)


Ages: 7-12

Time: 1hr


Everything U need to know about Science (More or Less)

Perfect for kids and curious adults alike, this interactive show incorporates crazy characters and props with live experiments to instill an irresistible curiosity to learn more!

“Fun and dynamic, entertaining and educational at the same time.  Kids enjoy it every single time we host the show.”

Marita Abdilla, St Nicholas College, Rabat Middle School (25/3/19)

Ages: 7-12

Time: 1hr

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The Complete History of Europe (More or Less)


Going from Bronze Age to Brexit in one hilarious hour, this show gives audiences a fun and memorable overview of all the major events in Europe's colourful history. The play was staged at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017.

“Bonkers but brilliant” Thom Dibdin, The List (11/8/17)

Ages: 7-12



A fantastical fairy tale for young children that incorporates puppetry with folklore to teach a lesson about friendship and bullying.

“Our children and educators were very impressed with the Babaw performance which tackled bullying. The children absolutely loved it.” Kathleen Psaila, St Theresa College, Lija-Balzan-Iklin Primary (11/3/19)

Ages: 4-8

Time: 50mins


The New Neighbour

Twin siblings Mandy and Marco meet their strange new neighbour Bo who comes from the underwater city of Bloob. This gentle story told through puppetry celebrates diversity while also tackling immigration and environmental impact.

Ages: 5-9

Time: 45mins



A show that documents the tempestuous life of the baroque artist Caravaggio through his outrageous adventures and chiaroscuro masterpieces. This play enables audiences to recognise and appreciate the works of this short-tempered and short-lived genius.

Ages: 10-14

Time: 50mins

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