From the vast expanses of central Arrernte Country, Fan Fatale presents ‘Where from Here?’, a reflective and bold exploration of our relationship to that which sustains us. It asks – how do we evolve into the future where the climate is changing?
Fuelled by the energy of theatrical fan dance, ‘Where from Here?’ is a series of filmed and live performances woven together with a compelling poetic narration featuring stunning desert landscapes.
‘Where from Here?’ combines the joyous and the surreal, the fierce and the tender, the sublime and the satirical.
It’s bold, big-hearted and body positive as it fronts up to the big questions with a belief that art with this energy can ignite inspiration.
‘Poetry in motion. A powerful and reflective combination of environment, choreography, feminity and poetry.’
‘Celebrating strength and beauty in the midst of adversity.’
‘Raw, real, gutsy and good.’
‘Beautiful, humorous and deeply moving.’
Fan Fatale is a courageous collaboration between two eclectic Mpwarnte/Alice Springs artists, Rosie Wild and All Things Peachy. They explore strength, humour and the surreal through theatrical fan dance and poetry. For Fan Fatale, beauty is not a commodity to exploit; it’s something we create through connection, courage, vulnerability and not taking ourselves too seriously. All Things Peachy (Nicole Pietsch) is a seasoned musical performer, artist, and event’s manager and Rosie Wild is a trained theatre practitioner, musician and performance artist.
Brown's Mart Theatre
Ticket price $5.00 - $15.00
• Licensed Venue
• Wheelchair Accessible
• Offer gender neutral toilets
• Have a fully accessible public toilet that is unlocked
• Access to the smoking and bar areas are wheelchair friendly
• Accessible by public transport
• Car park suitable for wheelchair transportation available within 2 minutes of the venue entrance
• Staff are trained to respond to allergies
• Staff are trained in basic disability awareness
• Epi-pen on site
• Signage is clear, large and easy to read (for people with vision impairment)
• Assistance dogs welcome
• Seating options are available in all spaces
• Railing is used where appropriate (stairs and toilets etc)
• Use of Braille and/ or tactile signage in the toilets