Based inside a custom-designed space in the Australian Forest in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, the Tea House is an immersive performance of ritual and connection.
This sensory artistic experiment invites you to reimagine everyday rituals through reflection on connection to nature and each other.
Drop in daily and stay for a cup of tea.
Tea itself is one of modern society’s last remaining daily practices. Imbibing these mixtures of fragrant leaves and petals is a powerful starting point for conversations on connection, presence, place, and nature. Our teas are crafted in partnership with Aboriginal food company Warndu to provide an even closer relationship to this particular land and place.
Concept and Development by Fallow: Tom Borgas and Amber Cronin. Construction by Tom Borgas. Tea House is directed by Amber Cronin and produced by Frank Theatre. The Tea House is tended to and the tea served by some of South Australia's brightest performers: Britt Plummer, Ashton Malcolm, Sam McMahon, Jazmine Deng and JingWei Bu.
Activated with performers: 6th October - 14th October 10am - 2pm
FINAL WEEKEND HOURS: Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th 10-3pm