Oddysea is an interactive multi-sensory tale set in a tactile underwater wonderland.

"It was a magical place to be and to see the delight on the faces of our students, and the expressive sounds they made - it was something I have not experienced during my 10 years as an Education Assistant."

Malibu School

Young audiences take a hands-on journey through an oceanic world of touch, tastes, smells, live original music and highly visual storytelling. Nestled on the beanbag sand-dunes audiences become part of the Oddysea unfolding around them. Beginning at the shimmering gold satin sands of the beach they journey with Crab and his best friend Turtle through sparkling blue-sequined waves to a kaleidoscopic crocheted coral reef, encountering many memorable oddities along the way.

With beautiful sea-themed songs and lots of one-on-one interaction, Oddysea ensures that every audience member has the best seat in the house.

To enhance audiences’ understanding and enjoyment we have created additional resources including a video introduction and a talking book. These are available free of charge on our resources page.

For preparatory resources - use our app!

To connect with Oddysea resources, download Sensorium Theatre’s digital app - it's FREE! The digital app enables audiences to prepare for the experience prior to coming to the show. Through the app, you can access the social story, watch videos, play games, meet the characters and listen to music clips.

Download app on App store (for iPads and iPhones)
Download app on Google Play (for Android devices)

To view the digital app on a computer screen or an interactive whiteboard, click here.

Alternatively, you can connect with the Oddysea resources by clicking on the button below.


Tours & Residencies

Schools Contact

Guy Boyce, General Manager

E gm@sensoriumtheatre.com.au
P 0408 013 870

Helpmann-nominated Oddysea is produced by Performing Lines WA. The show was created with support from: the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts; the West Australian Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries; and the St George Foundation. This production was also generously supported by the James Galvin Foundation and the Rowley Foundation.