Peer Rope Adelaide returns to the annual Adelaide Fringe festival this month to host shibari performances of the highest calibre across the dates of March 11th and March 12th.
This year's RISQUE ROPE will join the line up of events set for Adelaide Fringe, being hosted by South Australia's rope bondage education organisation Peer Rope Adelaide. The Adelaide Fringe festival is the Southern Hemisphere's largest annual arts event, running between February 18th and March 20th. This year will be the second time that Peer Rope Adelaide are to host their RISQUE ROPE event as part of the Adelaide Fringe schedule.
On Friday 11th March and Saturday 12th March, audiences will have the opportunity to indulge in the beautiful art from of shibari live on stage, presented by the Peer Rope Adelaide organisation and its guest performers from both within South Australia and interstate. The events will be hosted at the Peer Rope Adelaide studio and have a strict capacity limit.
ABOUT PEER ROPE ADELAIDE
Peer Rope Adelaide is a community organisation which provides educational and social opportunities for those interested in learning various forms of rope bondage within the Adelaide, SA, region.
Peer Rope Adelaide hosts weekly classes as well as casual drop-in rope jams and events, designed to be accessible to patrons of all skill levels. The organisation prides itself on its ability to provide a safe environment for people to both learn and socialise in, as well as having a diverse curriculum which explores many different facets of rope bondage from both the bottom and top perspectives.
To find out more about Peer Rope Adelaide, visit their website: www.peerropeadelaide.com