Mission accomplished for Whoosh! Regional Tour

Sensorium Theatre have just completed a successful five-week regional tour with their new show Whoosh! recruiting more than 700 space cadets and assistant crew across regional Western Australia.

Local audiences and regional venues both felt the positive impact of Sensorium’s inclusive and innovative performance and sang nothing but praises about Whoosh!

What an incredible experience the beautiful children of Albany had with your wonderful show! Never have we had sooooooo many smiling, exuberant faces walking out elated! THANK YOU TO ALL!

Amanda Solomon, Albany Entertainment Centre

OMG!!! Sensorium was wonderful!!! I loved it, the assistants loved it and the kids were flabbergasted! I didn’t want to leave the planet. Kudos to Sensorium for a stellar performance and effort. When are they coming next year? I’ll place an advanced booking today:))) I have been waiting for such programmes for so so long!”

Saira Manning, Cooinda Primary School, Bunbury

You make our day every time we see you – amazing beautiful people, amazing show -what more could we ask for. We just can’t wait for the next one.”
Alison Kerimofski,Geographe Education support Centre, Busselton

Bump out done! What an awesome week it has been with the truly amazing Sensorium Theatre. One of the best teams I’ve ever worked with and an experience the children of this region won’t forget. I hope their spaceship lands in your town. “

Justin Friend, Cummins Theatre, Merredin

Sensorium’s space adventure did not go unnoticed by local media; earning front page coverage and feature articles in local newspapers as well as interviews on local radio stations.

Albany Advertiser Weekender

Listen to Sensorium’s Co-Artistic Director Francis Italiano talks to HopeFM about the making of Whoosh! and paving the way for more accessible and inclusive theatre.

A big shout out to Michelle, Frankie, Ben, Bec, Jamie and Daisy for a very successful tour, and to all the venues who leapt at the opportunity to present Whoosh!, including Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, Cummins Theatre (Merredin), Esperance Civic Centre and Albany Entertainment Centre.

Where next?

Sensorium Theatre is set to jet across the Nullarbor for a sold-out season at the Arts Centre Melbourne (25-29 June 2019) followed by a season at the Sydney Opera House (6-10 August 2019).

This regional tour was made possible through the Regional and Remote Touring Fund through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.

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Where we are and the history that precedes us informs how we work and how we move forward.