NICKELODEON – Weekdays from Monday 19 July, 1.55pm

Bright, funny, and packed with upbeat songs and dancing, Hi-5 is definitely not couch-potato viewing! It is a vibrant mix of stories, investigation, imagination and adventure. Hi-5 invites children to actively share the excitement of exploring the world through movement, lots of music and laughter. Join the Hi-5 team as they sing and dance their way through all new episodes while teaching the viewers about the world we live in.

All New All Week

Nick JR Brand New Season: Hi-5

Nickelodeon – Weekdays from Monday 3 September, 1.00pm

Join Kathleen, Nathan, Tim, Kellie and Charli, in a brand new season of colourful and entertaining voyages of discovery! Together, with their friends Chatterbox and Jup-Jup, the Hi-5 team will be exploring language, music and visual concepts, through singing and dancing!


Join Kathleen, Nathan, Tim, Kellie and Charli, in a brand new season of colourful and entertaining voyages of discovery! Together, with their friends Chatterbox and Jup-Jup, the Hi-5 new episodes premiere from Monday 5th March @ 1pm and screen weekdays from 10.30am and 1pm.


Hi-5 coming to NZ

Children’s champions Hi-5 announced today they will tour New Zealand in April with their all-new action-packed show, Hi-5 Live Action Heroes.

This super-dynamic, highly interactive stage show celebrates being strong and active, taking the children on a 70-minute fun-filled
yet educational superhero adventure.

Fresh from touring the United Kingdom and Singapore, Hi-5 heroes, Nathan Foley, Charli Delaney, Tim Harding, Kellie Hoggart and newest member of the team Sun Park, will entertain and delight New Zealand’s own little action heroes, promoting the message that everyone can be a hero! The show will feature some of the best-loved Hi-5 songs and music.

Nathan will be running and jumping as he tries out his superhero ˜Belt of Power, Charli will be doing a superhero workout, while children will be able to do some super hip hop dancing with Sun. Kellie will be riding a roller coaster with Chats, and Tim will be revving up his racing car. No show would be complete without cheeky puppets Jup Jup and Chatterbox who will be all part of the hero action.

Tim Harding from Hi-5 said, “We love touring. It’s always so much fun to meet our Kiwi fans, to sing and dance with them and see them smiling.”

Hi-5’s newest member Sun Park said, “I am so excited about the Hi-5 Live Action Heroes tour. I’m really looking forward to touring New Zealand and meeting all the lovely Hi-5 fans.”

The Hi-5 Live Action Heroes tour will spring into action at the Civic Theatre in Auckland on April 11 before heading Hamilton, Palmerston North, Hastings, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and finishing in Invercargill. This brand new show is the ultimate in audience participation. Hi-5 Live Action Heroes is a fun, interactive show making it cool to learn as kids sing and dance along with Hi-5.

Helena Harris, Creator and Executive Producer of Hi-5 said, “Following the success of the sell out Hi-5 Space Magic tour in 2006 there has been a huge demand from parents and children for Hi-5 to tour New Zealand again this year. Our latest show, Hi-5 Live Action Heroes is staged as a full concert with extraordinary effects and lighting that will delight children and adults.” Ms. Harris added, “The show is also full of music, fantastic songs, storytelling and lots of dancing and fun. When it comes to entertainment for children, Hi-5 is hard to beat.”

Hi-5 is a cutting-edge entertainment concept for today’s media-literate children aged between 2-8 years old. It’s a vibrant mix of stories, investigation, imagination and adventure, inviting children to actively share the excitement of exploring the world through movement, lots of catchy music and laughter. In the positive and friendly environment, learning is playful, fun and always inclusive. Hi-5 encourages children to develop their own potential and take a joyous and active part in life.

Tickets on sale 9am, Saturday, February 24

Tickets: $28 (plus booking fees)

AUCKLAND: Auckland Civic Theatre
Wednesday 11th April, 2007
Session times: 10.30am, 1pm, 3pm
Bookings: Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz

HAMILTON: Founders Theatre
Saturday, April 14th, 2007
Session times: 10am and 12.30pm
Bookings: www.Ticketdirect.co.nz

Monday, April 16th, 2007
Session times: 10am and 12.30pm
Bookings: www.Ticketdirect.co.nz

HASTINGS: Performing Arts Centre
Tuesday, April 17th, 2007
Session times: 12.30pm and 3pm
Bookings: www.Ticketdirect.co.nz

WELLINGTON: St James Theatre
Thursday, April 19th, 2007
10am & 12.30pm
Bookings: Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz

Sunday, April 22nd, 2007
12.30pm & 3pm
Bookings: Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz

DUNEDIN: Town Hall
Tuesday, April 24th, 2007
1pm and 3.30pm
Bookings: Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz

INVERCARGILL: Stadium Southland
Wednesday, April 25th, 2007
1pm and 3.30pm
Bookings: www.Ticketdirect.co.nz

The cast of Hi-5 will be making special appearances at Westfield shopping centres in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch. Watch out for appearance details. Some cool prizes to be won!

HI-5 couple Nathan Foley and Kellie Hoggart have called off their marriage, ending one of television’s most popular romances.

The children’s entertainment group sweethearts were due to marry in March after becoming engaged during a holiday to Fiji last year.

But Confidential can reveal that the pair has split after three years together.

The Sydney-based Hi-5 members could not be reached yesterday, but it’s understood their break-up won’t affect the future of the wildly popular group, whose program is telecast on Channel 9.

Foley, 27, and Hoggart, 32, have been in the line-up since Hi-5’s inception in January 1999, alongside Charli Robinson, Tim Harding, Kathleen de Leon and new fill-in member Sun Park.

In a rare interview about their relationship a year ago, the highly private Hoggart said she and Foley were “very happy and enjoying the moment for as long as we can”.

“We’re just getting used to it ourselves, but we’re so excited,” she said.

Hi-5 has sung and danced its way to worldwide acclaim – their program is now shown in more than 80 countries.

The multiple Logie and ARIA award-winning group has also reaped the riches of eight years of touring, DVD sales and international copyright of their TV show.

The fivesome placed eighth on Business Review Weekly’s annual list of Australia’s top earning entertainers with an income of $15 million last year.

They were still well off the $50 million pulled in by fellow kiddies’ group The Wiggles.

A spokeswoman for Hi-5 said yesterday that Foley and Hoggart had “split up a while ago”.

“It’s a personal matter and there’s no further comment.”

From Sydney Confidential
December 07, 2006 01:00am