Three people.
On the left is a man wearing a pink dressing labelled rubbish and a messy wig with a crown made out of plastic cutlery on top.
In the middle is a ma wearing 70s clothing a bring orange jacket.
On the right is a woman wearing a green suit holding a reusable shopping bag.
Two people in green suits walking with reusable shopping bags.
A woman pulling a recycling bin.
Underneath is the title of the show - HOLY BIN AMOLEY


• Comedy
Queensland • SA Premiere

A comedy kids show brought to you by three ridiculous bin loving sillies. Meet bin-vestigators catching out non-recycling nannies, vote for pageant queens (the smelly kind), witness bizarre blind bin dates, follow a gossiping glass bottle on their garbage getaway, sympathise with bin chickens who are really just trying to clean up the park and so much more!

This show is the ultimate guide on how to become your best bin self! It’s a show for the whole family with a focus on determining where each piece of rubbish should go and what happens to our waste next. You will be able to recycle in your sleep!

Presented by Art for Earthlings, a fun, wacky, interactive theatre collective, with a fresh new take on environmental education. 

Winner Sustainability Award presented by Visualcom 2022


Art for Earthlings is a fun, wacky, interactive theatre collective, with a fresh new take on environmental education. They create shows, roving characters, and workshops, all dedicated to helping look after this big blue ball we live on!

The company is based in Brisbane/ Mianjin and travels all over presenting shows, roving characters and workshops. Art for Earthlings has worked with Splendour in the Grass, Brisbane City Council, toured through schools, performed and taught at environmental events like- Green Heart Fair, Ecofiesta, LEAF and more.

This show is performed by Samantha LeClaire, Jennifer Laycock, and Nicolas Angelosanto. The trio have an extensive experience in the industry and work with children daily as performers for the Starlight Children's Foundation.