Rainbow Vomit is an interactive, eye-popping dance show for families. Enter the world of childhood dreams, fantasy, illusion and play as they burst to life through your own pair of ‘fireworks glasses’, which refract light into all colours of the rainbow.
Thanks to Riverside Theatres, we’re got a fantastic deal for ParraParents families to see Rainbow Vomit on Tuesday 26th June at 6:30pm. When you purchase a family pass ($98), up to four additional tickets can be purchased at $5 each!
This means that another family of four can join in the fun with you for just $20! Simply select ParraParent Family of 5, 6, 7 and 8 when ordering tickets.
Riverside Theatres are giving away 10 double passes to the Rainbow Vomit show on Tuesday 26 June at 6:30pm. Children 12 years and under just need to demonstrate their artistic talents by colouring-in the image below (PDF to download here). The most colourful and creative entries will win!
TO ENTER, SIMPLY:
- Download and print the colouring page for your children: Rainbow Vomit Colouring-In Sheet
- Take a photo of their artwork (no people to be included in shot)
- Upload your child’s colouring in to Riverside Theatres Facebook page and tag #RiversideParra and #RainbowVomit by 5PM SUNDAY 24 JUNE 2018.
More About Rainbow Vomit
Rainbow Vomit is an immersive contemporary dance show created for young audiences, whilst maintaining appeal for kids of all ages. Audience members are invited to watch the performance through their own pair of ‘fireworks glasses’. These magical glasses are made using holographic diffraction film. And refracts light into all colours of the spectrum, generating a myriad of rainbows.
Taking inspiration from technology and the impact it has on the developing minds of young people, Rainbow Vomit is an audio-visual delight where audiences should expect the unexpected.
Enter a space of tangled imagination, where light and sound collide in a familiar yet distant world. Creatures from afar morph within the shadows to navigate an ever-changing landscape of bewilderment and wonder. Synesthesia envelopes the mind as rhythm becomes vision, voice shapes movement and light warps sound.