The Amazing Miss Deb is available as a solo entertainer for childrens Birthday parties as well as other private OR public parties and events.
A standard private party format for up to 30 children involves Miss Deb arriving approximately 30 minutes after the party starts to Face paint for 1-1.5hrs. Whilst Miss Deb is face painting, the children are encouraged to try activities such as mini bike riding, juggling or balloon modeling. Miss Deb will then perform a 30 minute interactive concert including magic, music, dance, juggling, hoop spinning, unicycling and sometimes even plate spinning.
All you need to do to organise a fantastic party with Miss Deb (and Candy the Wonder Dog Junior if you wish) is to check her Schedule to see if she is potentially available and contact her by Email or Phone to discuss your party plans. All you will need to provide is a well shaded area with easy access to power.
With Miss Deb at your party, you know the kids will be happily entertained, so you can sit back, relax and have a great day!
The Amazing Miss Deb is a long term Territorian who has been entertaining Darwin audiences with her twin sister, since she was 12 years old, and is now a full entertainer (yes, that’s her “Real Job”!). The Amazing Miss Deb is well known as a FAIRY, and entertains girls AND boys at birthday parties for 1 year olds to 14 year olds. Miss Deb can however visit your party as a CLOWN if you would prefer.
- Debbie is a true circus star, having toured professionally with “Robinson’s’ Great International Circus”, performing around Australia and broadening her skills to include solo trapeze, tightrope-walking, slackrope, rollerboard, juggling and the ultimate wheel. Debbie has completed a Certificate II in Circus instruction as well as a level 1 sports trainers certificate through Wodonga TAFE and The Flying Fruit Fly Circus. Continually striving for self development Debbie has recently returned from a 3week visit to England where she participated in the annual British Unicycle Convention as well as other circus workshops. Debbie recognises the many benefits of circus activities and is keen to pass on her skills to other young people
- The introduction of circus into a school or community encourages the development of new activities for youth. These activities support the new curriculum EsseNTtial Learnings as well as other educational areas, and are specifically designed to develop skills, improve self-confidence and promote cooperation. Enhanced coordination and motor skills are another benefit as a result of many ‘crossing the midline’ movements. Ultimately, circus in schools and communities provides young people with new and healthy activities that will develop their skills whilst they participate in an enjoyable past time. Debbie encourages students and teachers alike to learn the techniques of making circus equipment by recycling household materials and utilising bush resources where possible.
- August 2003 - Debbie’s commitment to the community in which she lives has most recently been recognised by the Winston Churchill Trust. Debbie has been granted a Churchill Fellowship to further her self-development by funding her participation at international unicycling events in 2004 for the long term benefit of other Australians.
- August 2004 - Miss Deb returned from her Winston Churchill Fellowship funded world tour having learnt many new skills, made dozens of new friends, experienced amazing unicycling feats to learn that the impossible is really possible, and winning many gold medals at the 12th World Unicycling Championships in Tokyo, Japan.