Here at Mask-Q-Rades we love costume hire and dance wear and enjoy the opportunity of working with both primary and high schools for their performances, or other businesses for their special events. We have an easily achievable reward system in place for dancers.
We are happy to include these businesses with their links (click on their logo), on our website.
We are proud to be working together with, or sponsoring, these brilliant organizations:
You will love Break The Ice Entertainment. Dynamic acting duo Rachael Horbelt and Alex Schulze of Break The Ice Entertainment create captivating cabaret style productions and deliver engaging event entertainment.
Early in 2019, Break The Ice partnered with the Continence Foundation of Australia and Southern Cross Care to present In Continence Land, an educational theatrical performance with strong comedic elements to coincide with World Continence Week in June 2019.
In 2018, Break The Ice embarked on a hugely successful national tour of Dinner Theatre production, Fabulous? Absolutely! for leading UK company, Comedy Dining. For four years running they have hosted the Pre Pageant broadcast via Stardust Radio at the Credit Union Christmas Pageant as cheeky elves and will again for the 2019 National Pharmacies Christmas Pageant.
At Theatre Bugs, your child will not only learn skills in dance, singing and drama. They will also learn to trust their own ideas, develop perseverance, empathize with others, work with peers to achieve a common goal and feel confident in their own ability. Most of all, they will develop the confidence they need to be able to tackle the unexpected, challenging and exciting situations that they are confronted with in life
Nan Iversen, a Life Member Royal Academy of Dance, has many years experience teaching students from 3 years up to Adults and also students with disabilities (Strathmont Centre). Nan has served on the RAD Regional Advisory Panel both as Secretary and then as Chairperson. Since 1977 Nan has been at the core of the Aldgate Dance philosophy which is to give students the skills to succeed and develop their talent to perform.
“Craniofacial Australia is the supporting charity for the internationally acclaimed Australian Craniofacial Unit (ACFU) based at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in South Australia.” We love assisting the Cranio-Maxillo Facial Foundation Christmas Picnic held after the Christmas Pageant in Adelaide
We also enjoy working with various primary schools – such as Linden Park Primary, Glen Osmond Primary and Unley Primary – as well as Seymour College, Glenunga International High School, Pembroke, Pulteney Grammar, Nazareth Catholic College and Woodcroft High Schools. The teachers at these schools that we liaise with are wonderfully enthusiastic, creative and such a joy to work with.