Save the Date
Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June.
BOLD! EVOCATIVE! BREATHTAKING!
The body is a vehicle and the stage a canvas for encouraging new ways of viewing the world through revolutionary works of art for the body.
The Wearable Art Mandurah showcase returns to dazzle audiences with a new stage performance, incorporating music, theatre and laughter, creating an unforgettable experience for any art lover.
Local, national and international finalists present spectacular wearable art from across Australia and beyond.
With a choice of evening or matinee performance, the full-length, family friendly, production promises to delight audiences of all ages.
Love theatrical spectaculars but find it hard to see or hear? Need a bit of help with transport options and seating? Once tickets are on sale, call the Box Office on 9550 3900 and ask about Sunday’s accessible matinee package which includes a behind the scenes meet and greet with the designers, a tactile experience, premium showcase seating and access to a live audio description of the event. Companion Cards accepted.
Consider spending the Showcase weekend in Mandurah to take advantage of all the local deals, exhibitions and special offers.
“Outrageously inventive” – Duncan Ord, Director General of the Department of Culture and the Arts.
“Fantastic production – enjoyed every minute of it!” – Aly May, stylist and fashion lecturer
“A cultural thunderbolt” – Paula Silbert, arts consultant
“I was in awe of the creativity” – Leisa Landre-Ord, WAAPA
"An event that is exciting, innovative and spectacular, putting Mandurah on the map!" – Hon. David Templeman MLA, Minister for Local Government; Heritage; Culture and the Arts and Leader of the House.
“A meeting of the disciplines of visual art, craft skills, design principals and fashion, wearable art is an exciting and intriguing artform. The performance groups the works thematically, leading to a beautiful tableaux with entertaining scenes featuring music, dance, drama and comedy to frame the presentation of the wearable artworks.” – Nerida Dickinson, Theatre Critic 2017 Showcase Review