A Rain Walk

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The silhouette of a person under an umbrella starting at Melbourne city around twilight
Photograph: Jemima Yong

Time Out says

This outdoor Fringe experience asks you to feel the rain on your skin

There are three certainties in life: death, taxes and that it will rain in Melbourne without little to no warning. A Rain Walk makes use of Melbourne’s famous penchant for spontaneous precipitation by turning rain showers into the stage for an audio experience during Melbourne Fringe Festival 2020.

The experience (which was originally commissioned by Dublin Fringe, another famously dreary city) asks adults and families to go for a walk during the rain while listening to an audio track. While out on your rainy walk, voiced of children from Australia and New Zealand will guide you to watch, listen, imagine and play in the rain. Tickets can be used by up to five people and you’ll need headphones and a smartphone (or MP3 player) to take part.


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