Country Arts SA presents Whoosh! By Sensorium Theatre. Produced by Performing Lines WA
An interactive sensory space adventure for young explorers with disabilities.
Hop on board our spaceship and get ready for blast off!
Calling all budding astronauts! Become a pilot, engineer or navigator as we whoosh across the galaxy for an interstellar adventure for the whole family.
Join our crew to explore outer space, taste space food, experience hyperspace and travel all the way to the mysterious Planet X. We’ll have to work as a team to repair the ship and return to Earth.
Whoosh! is an immersive and multi-sensory performance that puts children at the centre of the action. Kids board a stunning custom-built spaceship to co-pilot an intergalactic adventure.
Take a sneak peek of what’s awaiting you by downloading the FREE Sensorium Theatre app.
A great way to introduce your child(ren) to the exciting and captivating interstellar world of Whoosh!, meet the characters and learn how to pilot the spaceship prior to the show.
Download the app for Android and iPhone or check out the browser version:
There are potentially exciting sound and light changes in Whoosh! that are announced as part of the show. Children can prepare for these with the free Sensorium Theatre app. These include:
– “Blast Off” (light fog haze – non allergenic)
– “Emergency Landing” (slow moving red lights and siren)
– “Planet X” (UV Light and low fog haze)
– Children may sample “space food” (an ingredients list can be provided)
– Essential oils are diffused in the environment (these can be modified to
Photo Christophe Canato
Whoosh! is produced and toured by Performing Lines WA and supported by: the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body; and the WA Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lotterywest. This production was made possible with the generous support of the Major Festivals Initiative through Perth Festival and the Cassandra Gantner Foundation
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