SPIN by Anna Seymour SPIN by Anna Seymour

Event Details

Presented by Melbourne Fringe and Darebin Arts Speakeasy                                                                   Auslan Services Available

SPIN is a participatory dance event with a DJ and Deaf Hosts.

Created, directed and performed by Anna Seymour
in collaboration with Bec Reid, dancers, Deaf Hosts and DJ Callum Padgham.

SPIN is a dance party like no other.

A participatory dance performance event with a DJ and Deaf Hosts.
Inspired by club scenes in San Francisco, Mexico, Cuba and Berlin, SPIN celebrates the physical and social experience of dance parties, subcultures and the beats that bring us together.

SPIN challenges the understanding of how dance and music can be experienced. It offers an immersive experience, combining visual and tactile elements of DJ music, sound vibration design from Russell Goldsmith, visual projections from Rhian Hinkley, dance performance and energetic collective movement.

SPIN was created by contemporary dancer Anna Seymour in collaboration with engagement specialist Bec Reid, DJ Callum Padgham, Deaf Hosts Luke King and Robbie Burrows and dancers Amanda Lever, Jon Clarke and Benjamin Hoopmann.

SPIN is a physical and energetic dance performance event. There are no seats.
Participants will be divided into four groups and assigned with a Deaf Host who will guide participants through a series of super stylin’ moves leading into a dance party.

* No experience necessary, just your favourite dance moves!

We can’t wait to welcome you to SPIN. Let’s dance!

Access Information:
SPIN is highly visual and accessible for Deaf and hearing audiences.
There will be Auslan interpreters on site for pre-performance and post-performance mingling.
There will be a chill-out zone set up for all participants.

Wheelchair accessible.

The 2pm and 8pm sessions on Saturday September 22 will have trained describer guides on site for people who are Blind or have low vision. We invite you to let us know if you’d like to use this service when booking so we can best meet your needs. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Will from Description Victoria on 0405 425 725 or email will@descriptionvictoria.com.au. Please find your audio introduction here.

Tram #86
Get off at Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre

Nearest train station:
Northcote Railway Station

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21 September - 22 September, 2018


Fri - 8pm, Sat 2pm and 8pm


Studio 1, Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre


90 mins



Additional Info

Warning: This show contains haze, flashing lights, flashing projection, high volume audio and mild coarse language
Ages 10+

Darebin City Council
274 Gower St, Preston Victoria 3072

Phone: (03) 8470 8888
Fax: (03) 8470 8888