Forgotten Places: an immersive experience

An experience awaits to ignite the depths of your imagination. Here, places once forgotten are transformed into visions of the future, where voices sing enchanting songs, architecture comes to life and colour rules supreme. Let your curiosity guide you through a labyrinth of art, design and theatrical wonder and discover delight in what could be. The Citizen Theatre team will create the Forgotten Places immersive experience by incorporating a selection of photographic submissions from local Stonnington residents. These will be transformed into an interactive future city where paintings, singing, storytelling, music and colour will give audiences of all ages an inspiring experience to change the way they view and interact with their local area.

Recommended 5+ (family friendly)

Dates: Wed 13, Thurs 14, Fri 15, Sat 16, Sun 17 February 2019 Times: 6.30pm shows Website (more info): https://www.citizentheatre.com.au/forgottenplaces

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