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The Garage International @ Adelaide Town Hall

128 King William St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Please enter via the laneway on Pirie Street or next to the Pilgrim Church on Flinders Street. Our venue is an independent structure located in the back of the main Town Hall building. It is not easily accesible from King William Street. Posters on A-Frames are on Pirie and Flinders Streets to guide you.

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Performance accessibility

  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language
  • 2020 Weekly Award Winner
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About this event

Sometimes we all just need to breathe and look inwards at ourselves, to give in to our own private worlds, to let ourselves think, experience, and ride the flow.

Join Iri Roche, an Adelaide based artist, and explore through a fusion of original music, circus, and physical theatre, the inner thoughts and joys of fluid creation.

As a graduate of the SA Circus Centre, 'Flow' is Iri's debut solo show, immersing audiences in a world built from introverted thoughts, suppressed emotion, creative risks, and a heaped spoonful of that safe, closed feeling you get when you're in a warm dry place and its raining heavily. What if you could do more with an umbrella than hide from the rain? What if art was just pouring a jug of water, or putting on a suit for a fancy event? Come and experience 'Flow'.

Presented by:
Iri Roche & The Garage International

Iri Roche is an up and coming young artist based in Adelaide with over 10 years of performance experience. With previous engagements including working with the State Opera, corporate events, dramatic and circus-based stage productions through the SA Circus Centre, radio, and musical performances both in ensembles and solo, Iri is a well rounded performer with a passion for creative expression. As a multi instrumentalist and composer, Iri is a piano teacher who has been involved in the live music and recording scenes and has performed for Yamaha as part of the Playing For Change festival. Joining the SA Circus Centre at the young age of 3, Iri has found a niche in creating interest from the ordinary and pushing his own creative limits, hoping to immerse audiences in his introverted world.

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