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Wilbur the Optical Whale - Adelaide Fringe Festival


  • Sat 29 Feb 2020, 11:00am–12:00pm
  • Sun 1 Mar 2020, 11:00am–12:00pm
  • Mon 2 Mar 2020, 11:00am–12:00pm
  • Tue 3 Mar 2020, 11:00am–12:00pm
  • Wed 4 Mar 2020, 11:00am–12:00pm

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'Wilbur the Optical Whale’ is a ‘tale’ about friendship, acceptance and celebrating difference. Wilbur & Cecil are BFF’s & are inseparable…or are they? One day while playing hide & seaweed, Wilbur & Cecil are set upon by the Starfish Meanie Gang! How do they get out of this one? Join Wilbur & Cecil and help them in their quest.

‘Wilbur the Optical Whale’ is an immersive, interactive accessible performance for children aged 3+. Set in an exquisitely crafted underwater world, full of fun, stunning circus tricks, digital & visual imagery, music & interactive play, Wilbur is sure to capture the imagination and transport the audience to a world of fun and wonder.

All of indelabilityarts’ shows will have integrated Auslan interpreting, and headphones will be available so audience members can engage on their own terms. The set includes a quiet space as part of relaxed performance mode catering to those who may require it.

indelabilityarts is an inclusive theatre company that provides professional artistic and training opportunities for artists and community members who identify as having a disability. Our professional ensemble creates original work that communicates the lived experience of each artist across a range of performance modes to challenge the perceptions of audiences and industry alike. We further nurture the social, personal, physical and mental wellbeing of participants through our workshop series that offer ongoing skills development and training for community members with a passion and interest in the performing arts. Through our inclusive practice we aim to foster acceptance and understanding for those who usually feel marginalised, discriminated against, or excluded from arts practice.

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