Wet Sounds

β€’ Music
Dive in and immerse in an otherworldly sound experience. The water surface becomes a threshold between different musics and entirely different listening experiences. Underwater the sound is clear and immediate and as sound travels 4.5 times faster in water, it is perceived through your bones!

Underwater, aqueous performances await in the depths of sound and imagination.
Following a sold out award-winning run at Adelaide Fringe 2018.

Swimsuit a must (Arrive on time to change)
Goggles recommended
Admission time is 15 minutes before performance time

Music by Joel Cahen.
Underwater Performances by Rosie Sheba and the Dive Shack team.

β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… "...It's astonishingly immediate, inescapable, and faintly perplexing" The Guardian
β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… "A unique sensory experience... quite otherworldly and surreal" ABC Australia News

Presented by: Newtoy

Newtoy is a London based arts organisation dedicated to provide a range of experiences which result from artistic merit and focus on ones' relationship with the collective and personal subconscious, with individuality and existence

Newtoy has been presenting work since 2002. Scrapclub, the public destructivist activity, where audiences are invited to smash up various electronic items and household stuff with sledgehammers. Wet Sounds, the underwater music series, Interzone Theatre, geo-locative sonic fictions and Audileum, a Mixed Reality performance interface.

An offshoot of Wet Sounds, Liquid Vibrations, is a charity that trains staff at special needs schools in Musical Hydrotherapy.

Joel Cahen of Newtoy has recently released Aquadelique, an album of the music of Wet Sounds.