This Award winning duo (Patty Preece and Melania Jack) is live electronic performance as you have never seen before. It uses irons and ironing boards as electronic instruments, it is relevant and thought provoking, but at the same time wholly entertaining and funny. It's a mix of electronic music, projected visuals, costumes, lighting, dancing, heaps of energy and plenty of ironing puns.
This unique performance has toured festivals such as Germany’s infamous Fusion Festival, Berlin Performance Art Festival, Falls Festival Byron Bay, Jungle Love, Adelaide Fringe Festival (Winning John Chattaway Innovation Award) Woodford Folk Festival and The Planting. Last year it toured regional laundromats in NSW and QLD to rave reviews, sold out shows and so much media attention- even appearing on the Today Show.
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