Cie Carabosse runs nightly from 8:30pm through till Midnight


"Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state. Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country" - Article 13, Universal Declaration of Human Rights

In 2012, two companies Carabosse and Theatro linea de Sombra created a show based on Article 13 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the right to freedom of movement. At the time, the situation for international refugees was a humanitarian disaster.

In 2016, the situation hasn’t changed - it’s unspeakable and getting worse. It’s the reason why we decided to carry on with this testimony, mixing fire and thought around this political preoccupation. It’s a work in progress, another step in our reflections, an imperative for us.

During the show, you will be immersed into fire elements and in direct touch with the wooden walker clan, on the way to somewhere maybe better… - Cie Carabosse

The presentation Carabosse – Exodus of Forgotten Peoples has been made possible through the generous support of Simon Hackett through the Hacket Foundation and Adelaide City Council.

 Carabosse panel

"Les Installations de Feu" Detmold