New movement and music experience at Santa’s Grotto
New movement and music experience at Santa’s Grotto this festive season
Visitors to Santa’s Grotto at the Southern Centre this holiday season are in for a great treat – they can make music with their bodies during their magical journey to visit Santa in his grotto.
The Funky Morgan’s body-generated digital sounds debuted at QEII-based Multi Sensory Facility earlier this year and will be part of Santa’s Grotto this festive season where its sensor technology can be used to translate body movements into digitally-generated sounds.
It joins the line-up of other interactive equipment, innovative lighting, rhythmic sounds and nose-tingling scents. Visitors will also have the chance to meet Santa and leave with a treat as part of their multi-sensory experience.
Grotto hours at the Southern Centre have been extended by an hour (1pm to 4pm) while an additional day has been added to the annual programme (17 December to 22 December, weekends included).
The array of sensory experiences on offer will ensure that all visitors will enjoy a truly unique experience
The Southern Centre is the first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and is controlled by a unique computerised system It’s award-winning innovative system promotes using one’s senses and makes it a special treat for Christmas, and is available year-round.
Participants of all abilities are encouraged to explore, develop their imagination and creativity, and to simply have fun in an environment that heightens their senses.
Santa’s Grotto, Multi-Sensory
When: Friday 17 December (including Saturday and Sunday) – Wednesday 22 December 2010, 1 – 4pm
Where: Southern Centre, QEII Park, Travis Road, New Brighton
Cost is only $2 per person and bookings aren’t required.