Floral Peroxide

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Ticket prices

$30.00

Full Price: $30.00

Concession: $22.00

Companion Card: $0.00

Prices may not be available on all sessions

A Customer Booking Fee is included in the advertised ticket price. All online transactions, excluding donations, incur a $1.80 Web Transaction Fee. All fees include GST. Ticket prices are GST inclusive where applicable. All prices are in AUD.

Duration

60 min

Dates & times

1 Venue

Nexus Arts

Lion Arts Centre, Cnr North Tce & Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings

PG

Other Warnings:

Loud noises

Please note:

Contains themes involving disability, congenital disease, surgery, and anorexia.

Performance accessibility

  • Open Captioning
    All performances
  • Tactile Tours
    Bookings essential via alisonparadoxx@gmail.com
  • Previous Award Winner
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About this event

Earning multiple ★★★★★ reviews, and selling out their debut season!

AWARDED The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation Award, 2019!

Don't miss SA Poetry Slam Champion, 2016, Alison Paradoxx and Sound Designer, 5000AD, in a dynamic live display of spoken word, electronic soundscapes, movement, and visual art . 'Floral Peroxide' is an empowering exploration of the paradoxes of disability, and the societal desire to 'fix' the broken self.

★★★★★ “What I have just witnessed is by far the best show I have seen at the 2019 Fringe yet” Tulpa magazine

Open Captions by Ian Gibbins

Tactile Tours available - Bookings essential via alisonparadoxx@gmail.com

Costumes by Angelique Joy

THIS IS AN ACCESSIBLE EVENT. 

CW: Contains themes - disability, congenital disease, surgery, anorexia

Presented by:
ALISON PARADOXX and 5000AD

Alison Paradoxx is an Award-winning Performance Poet, Producer, Event Host, and State Poetry Slam Champion.

Representing the state at the National Poetry Slam at The Sydney Opera House in 2016, Alison has featured for a variety of literary performance bodies all over SA, and been involved in numerous collaborative projects statewide.

A stoic survivor of childhood burns, surgeries, scoliosis, eating disorder, and congenital disease, Alison’s work addresses issues of accessibility and diversity, and sparks debate on how we, as a society view physical, and mental disability.

Her first solo production, 'Floral Peroxide', received The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation Award for Adelaide Fringe 2019, and was awarded funding to show at Melbourne's 'Butterfly Club.' Don't miss it in 2020!

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