Child care packs their bags for ex­cit­ing world adventure

Whitsunday Times - - 7 DAY TV GUIDE -

THEY vis­ited the Seven Won­ders of the World, all the iconic stops, and came back again with­out even leav­ing the child care cen­tre.

121 Child­care had a visit from Syd­ney based per­form­ing artist Lionel Robin­son on Fri­day morn­ing.

Mr Robin­son per­formed his very spe­cial show “All Around the World” that left chil­dren in awe of the places they got to go.

The chil­dren also got to talk about what they did on their hol­i­days through song, dance and cos­tumes.

This was Mr Robin­son’s first time vis­it­ing the Whit­sun­days.

“I’m so ex­cited, the chil­dren have been well-be­haved and I heard that this child care in par­tic­u­lar was a very spe­cial one,” he said.

Mr Robin­son is a singer/pi­anist orig­i­nally comes from Lon­don, where he be­gan his pro­fes­sional ca­reer as the res­i­dent pi­anist in El­ton John's restau­rant.

Since com­ing to Australia 16 years ago his en­gag­ing style and easy rap­port with au­di­ences have earned him res­i­den­cies and re­turn en­gage­ments at nu­mer­ous venues.

He has been a chil­dren’s en­ter­tainer for six years and has trav­elled around Australia.

ADVENTURE TIME: Phoenix Nuss (4), Ryan Tovey (4) and Mad­di­son Gar­dener (4) with UK per­former Lionel Robin­son on Fri­day morn­ing.

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