★★★★ "..the diversity of sensory input and cleverness in melding elements of dance and theatre that this performance provides is eidetic and sensational” - ArtsHub

Rainbow Vomit is an immersive contemporary dance show created for young audiences, whilst maintaining appeal for kids of all ages. Audience members are invited to watch the performance through their own pair of ‘fireworks glasses’. These magical glasses are made using holographic diffraction film, which refracts light into all colours of the spectrum, generating a myriad of rainbows.

Premiered in April 2016, this performance invites you to enter a space of tangled imagination, where light and sound collide in a familiar yet distant world. Creatures from afar morph within the shadows to navigate an ever-changing landscape of bewilderment and wonder. Synaesthesia envelopes the mind as rhythm becomes vision, voice shapes movement and light warps sound. Welcome to the world of Rainbow Vomit, a place where anything is possible, everything can happen, and much more than colour erupts from the darkness...

Cast, crew and creatives:

Direction/ Choreography - Kyle Page and Amber Haines

Performers / Choreography – Mason Kelly, Jenni Large, Georgia Rudd, Samantha Hines, Jack Ziesing and Felix Sampson.

Composer – Alisdair Macindoe

Lighting and Set Designer – Govin Ruben

Costume Designer – Andrew Treloar

Rehearsal Director – Amber Haines