Firm will manage bookings for non-ticketed character shows, meet and greets and more across regions.

Nickelodeon teams with Showtime Attractions for Turtles push in Australia and New Zealand

Nickelodeon has partnered with Showtime Attractions to manage and expand Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in Australia and New Zealand.

From September 1st, Showtime will be responsible for managing bookings for non-ticketed character shows in shopping centres, meet and greet appearances, as well as activity and craft zones at small and large scale events.

"Our Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles property is one of the strongest in the Nickelodeon global portfolio and we want to continue building the characters’ momentum and star power with exciting and unique opportunities in Australia and New Zealand," said Jihee Nam, VP and general manager for Nickeloden Australia and New Zealand.

"Working with Showtime Attractions will not only broaden our resources, reach and opportunities, but also reinforce Nickelodeon’s position as the leader in providing quality entertainment for kids and families across multiple platforms."

Keith Brown, MD for Showtime Attractions, added: "We are excited to be partnering with Nickelodeon on one of their leading properties. We have had previous experience working with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and understand the influence and effect these characters have on kids and families.

"We are looking forward to growing and supporting this powerful entertainment portfolio and strengthening Nickeloden’s live events arm in Australia and New Zealand."

About dt-admin

Check Also

Fans invited to explore Wimbledon in the metaverse

In partnership with American Express, the All England Lawn Tennis Club has announced the official …