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Le Freak Returns to The Art House

Source: The Art House
Archived 2 Jun 2019 - Posted: 4 Apr 2019
Hugely popular immersive theatre event returns for second year running.

In 2018, The Art House opened all its doors for the Central Coast’s first ever piece of immersive theatre. Across three sell-out shows, small groups discovered the theatre's hidden corners and corridors and encountered incredible acrobatics, dance and performance pieces in the most unlikely of places.

The show was a huge success, pushing the boundaries of theatre on the Central Coast, and now the team behind the innovative production are back for a second year with Le Freak: Forbidden Fruit.

Transformed into a lush paradise, this autumn The Art House will become an Eden of changing seasons, playful creatures and human iniquity. A fully immersive and interactive experience, guests can choose their own path throughout the theatre’s secret corridors, and discover tropical rainforests, harsh winters, friendly (or sinister) creatures, and performance pieces tangled throughout overgrown vines.

After all the exertion of exploring the building, guests will take a breath then take their seats for a show featuring performances from some of the Central Coast's most versatile and talented dancers and acrobats.

Coming up to their third birthday, The Art House has the reputation of being a venue not afraid to push the boundaries on creativity and versatility, and with productions like this, it’s easy to see why.


Le Freak: Forbidden Fruit

Dates & Times:
Friday 24th May 2019 at 7.30pm
Saturday 25th May 2019 at 2.00pm & 7.30pm

Venue:
The Art House, 19 Margaret Street, Wyong NSW

Tickets:
$30-$45
Recommended for ages 14+

Bookings online or phone 02 4335 1485

This article archived 2 Jun 2019

 
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