Featuring everything from dance to performative cooking, these multi-disciplinary works will ignite the senses.
As part of this year’s Asia TOPA, a huge celebration of Asian arts and culture, Abbotsford Convent has announced two special performances set to inspire and delight.
Spanning a huge spread of artistic mediums, the second iteration of Asia TOPA encompasses everything from visual arts to performance in an effort to spotlight Asian culture, tradition and creatives. Taking over various venues across Melbourne, the program will bring two unique performances to Abbotsford Convent in February and March.
Exploring life, death, resilience and intergenerational differences, What Happened In Shanghai sees choreographer Victoria Chiu drawing from her family roots and female ancestors. Featuring four dancers, projections and live music, this multi-disciplinary work weaves through varying cultures, timelines, and emotions. It’s happening at North Magdalen Laundry, Abbotsford Convent from February 21 – February 24.
Melding cooking and storytelling to showcase the role that food plays in our lives, Double Delicious is an immersive experience bound to arouse the senses. Presented by cooking legend Elizabeth Chong alongside author and journalist Benjamin Law, this is a culinary show like no other. It’s happening at Rosina Auditorium, Abbotsford Convent from Thursday February 27 until Sunday March 1.
For tickets and more information, head to the Abbotsford Convent website.