Following the sell out success of their 2019 FRINGEWORLD festival debut with the Seven Deadly Sins Immersive dinner performance, Secret Suppers will return to the festival from January 17th - 24th 2020, with a bigger and bolder immersive dining experience.
Merging traditional artistic mediums, such as dance with state of the art projection mapping technology, this show creates a multi sensory experience that takes the audience on a journey back to the iconic decade of the 1980s. Stepping up the production to include fully choreographed dance and live vocal performance, 2d and 3d moving imagery as well as comedic character performance and a chef curated 1980s inspired 3 course meal, this is set to be an immersive experience like never before.
Before smart phones, wifi and online streaming, there were VCRS, rotary dial telephones and mixed cassette tapes. New Wave music was blowing up the radio waves, crimped hair and shoulder pads were on trend and the world was in the throws of industrial globalisation. “Children of the 80s, immersive dinner” promises to be a nostalgic experience, of growing up Australia in a somewhat simpler time. With allusions to the rise of feminism and the working woman in the 1980s, the emergence of computers in the digital age and the industrialisation of food, this will be a show that not only saturates the senses, but makes a subtle statement, asking the viewer to reflect on where society is now and how we got here.
Held at the iconic, Heritage listed building, Perth Town Hall, a fully wheelchair accessible venue, there are eight shows in total. Tickets are $110 and include the performance and three course meal. Tickets are available from the Fringe world website. The show is restricted to ages 18+. Be sure to complete the registration form in addition to the ticket booking form!