“These artists understand and respect their audiences as co-explorers and the adventure that ensues in Whoosh! is utterly joyous”

Jenny Simpson, CEO Awesome Children’s Festival

Hop on board our spaceship and get ready for blast off!

Calling all budding astronauts!  Become a pilot, engineer or navigator as we whoosh across the galaxy on an interstellar adventure for the whole family.

Join our crew to explore outer space, taste space food, experience hyperdrive and travel all the way to the mysterious Planet X. We’ll have to work as a team to repair the ship and return to Earth.

Whoosh! is a new interactive multi-sensory adventure that puts children with disabilities in the Captain's Chair! This highly-tailored production is suitable for children with a broad range of access needs aged 5+, including those with multiple and complex needs and those on the autism spectrum.

With an impressive set and pioneering use of technology, including a new digital app to deliver pre-show materials, this is Sensorium Theatre’s most ambitious production to date. Developed over three years, we’ve refined our delivery model to increase audience agency and overall capacity while maintaining intimate session sizes.

Whoosh! Social Story

In preparation for the show, download Whoosh! Social Story.

Sensorium Theatre’s digital app

To connect with the full suite of Whoosh! 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.

Whoosh! is produced by Performing Lines WA and supported by: 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 Lotterywest. This production was also generously supported by the Cassandra Gantner Foundation.