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Sacrilege: Perth International Arts Festival

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Published February 26th 2014
When else could you run right through Stonehenge?
Under the huge umbrella of events planned for the current Perth International Arts Festival , Sacrilege is the creation of award-winning British artist Jeremy Deller, who known for his ability to originate memorable art experiences for everybody.

Now, his life-sized and interactive art installation comes to Perth in the form of a huge, inflated bouncy castle replica of the original prehistoric monument, Stonehenge. This inflatable playground features 'stone' slabs that measure up to 7 metres high and is something different, a little unusual but a whole lot of fun.

Bouncing on Stonehenge

After extensive travels to destinations such as Hong Kong, Paris and Sydney, Perth is a short pit-stop before Sacrilege continues its journeys through Europe before heading to Glasgow for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Shoes are not permitted for bouncing on Sacrilege, so bring your own socks to wear as the surface can get extremely hot from the sun. For more information about dates and times, visit the website.
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Why? Because you can crawl, jump and bounce all over this ancient monument
When: Weekdays 11am-7pm, weekends 9am-7pm
Phone: 6488 5555
Where: Supreme Court Gardens, Perth
Cost: Free
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