Japan’s SIRO-A To Tour Australia For The First Time

Japan’s SIRO-A To Tour Australia For The First Time


A mind-blowing futuristic theatrical experience from Japan

The multi-award winning Japanese phenomenon, SIRO-A, will bring their theatrical spectacular to Australia for the first time and exclusively at The Concourse from 10th to 22nd January 2017.

SIRO-A are renowned for their mind-blowing performances combining visual effects, mime, dance, comedy, puppetry and high-energy music in a spectacular feast for all the senses.

Taking the world by storm, SIRO-A has attracted millions of views on You Tube, sold-out shows across the globe including New York, London and Edinburgh, and wowed audiences with their appearances on America’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent.

Described by critics as ‘Japan’s answer to the Blue Man Group’, the six performers in SIRO-A perform alongside technology to create a visual spectacular. A vast projection screen acts as a backdrop, and the latest video-mapping, light animation, laser effects and 3D video projection are utilised throughout the performance.

Each performance is divided into short visual sketches that seamlessly blend reality and animation, performed meticulously by the SIRO-A artists alongside two DJs spinning an electro soundtrack.

SIRO-A was formed in 2002 by six classmates from Sendai, Japan, who shared a desire to create the next generation of entertainment; outside the boundaries of conventional theatre and performance art.

Performing for the very first time in Australia, SIRO-A’s multimedia and family-friendly performances will transcend language and captivate audiences of all ages!

WHEN: 10th to 22nd January 2017
TIMES: 7pm on 10th, 11th, 17th and 18th; 8pm on 12th to 14th and 19th to 21st; 3pm on 15th and 22nd
The Concourse, 409 Victoria Ave, Chatswood
TICKETS: From $29. Available from Box Office (02) 8075 8111 or online via www.theconcourse.com.au
SUITABLE FOR: Ages 8+ years
DURATION: 60 minutes
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/user/siroaofficialchannel

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