Earning multiple ★★★★★ reviews, and selling out their debut season! AWARDED The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation Award, 2019!
Don't miss SA Poetry Slam Champion, 2016, Alison Paradoxx and Sound Designer, 5000AD, in a dynamic live display of spoken word, electronic soundscapes, movement, and theatre.'Floral Peroxide' is an empowering exploration of the paradoxes of disability, and the societal desire to 'fix' the broken self.
★★★★★ “What I have just witnessed is by far the best show I have seen at the 2019 Fringe yet” Tulpa magazine
Open Captioned. Tactile Tours available - Bookings essential.
All spoken word poetry open captioned, with some sound description captions.
Tactile tours run pre-show (5:15-5:35pm for a 6pm show, or 6:15-6:35pm for a 7pm show.)
Bookings are essential for tactile tours, through Alison Paradoxx - email@example.com
For any other access requests, please advise Adelaide Fringe, and Alison Paradoxx at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will endeavour to accommodate your needs as best as possible!
Venue located 80m from tram stop City West (North Tce) and bus stop X1 North Tce (South Side.)
Close to multiple paid carparks along North Tce, Hindley St, Light Square, and Victoria St. (Some side-street parking available in surrounding areas.)
Drop-off point on Morphett St, by The Jam Factory and Mercury Cinema - approx 100m from Nexus Arts Theatre.
by Deaf and/or disabled artists
For bookings and information on specific access and transport.