humans live on an imaginary street, a carnaval
Friday 7 October
222 Johnston St. (upstairs)
One night Only!
5.00pm - 1.00am
THE RED BRIGADE
NAHUATL SOUND SYSTEM
Outsiders Guide to Melbourne
Chickens from Heaven
Colombian Livingroom - Liliana Bravo
LA RUSTICA POTTERIES
In partnership with Institute of Pataphysical Studies, Señor BBQ, Samba Cine Club, cruzao arepa bar, and Frank Torres
com.au/fringe-festival/show/ carnaval-latino/ or call (03) 9660 9666. Also at the door.
Food and drink outlets at the Carnaval!
EL TARRO, the smallest performing space in the world invites you to be part of a collective experiment of live performance and art inspired on the floating connections between the streets of Latin America and Melbourne as part of a massive Carnival that will take place on Friday October 7 at Shed 4 in Docklands.
Latin America streets are always busting with unexpected situations, some say chaotic, some say vibrating. We want to recreate with you a similar experience, a tribute to the street, where every Melbournian is welcomed to bring unresolved, out of the norm ideas, images, tastes, objects, moves or boneshaking!
These small performing spaces will explode simultaneously alongside food carts, big issue vendors, fruit stalls, market stalls, parades and much more.
The inspiration is the street.
Please write to email@example.com if you are interested with a short description of your idea before . We would love to explore this gigantic event with you!
Please feel free to send around.
This is a Fringe Festival 2011 event.