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Aboriginal Masterclass Series

Restless is presenting 4 weekend masterclasses that will be open to 15 -27 year old Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participants with disability. The Masterclasses are led by the following nationally recognised Australian Indigenous artists : Frances Rings (dancer/choreographer), Gina Rings (dancer/choreographer/ writer for stage and screen), Deon Hastie (dancer/ choreographer) and Gail Mabo (dancer/ actor/ visual artist)

4-5 June Frances Rings

23-24 July Gina Rings

3-4 September Deon Hastie

24 – 25 September Gail Mabo

Lunch will be provided

Restless Dance Theatre
Venue: The Restless Studio,
Address: 195 Gilles St. Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: 8212 8495

For bookings and further information:

Phone: Roz Hervey on 8212 8495 or email:

Restless Dance Theatre Website

Bookings are essential

Workshop Access Information
Restless staff can provide orientation to the venue.

Restless invests in the professional development of its tutor teams including their access supports skills. It is beyond the capacity of the company to employ specialist access workers for individuals in workshops, however we encourage participants to bring a support worker with them to assist in the participant’s involvement.

Venue Access Information

The Restless Studio is within the centre of the Adelaide CBD. The Restless Studio is on Gilles St, between Pulteney St and Hutt St.

Drop Off
There is an undercover driveway at the front of the building.

There are 10 car parks at the rear of the building and a rear entrance to the building.

The Restless Studio is a wheelchair accessible venue.

Restless has 5 unisex ambulant toilets. Restless has 1 toilet with an accessible door.

Public transport
Bus stop on Pulteney St. STOP P1 on the Western side and STOP K1 on the Eastern side are the closest to the venue.

Bus Stop on Hutt St STOP 03 on the Western side and STOP K1 on Eastern side are a short walk from the venue.

Take the tram from either direction and get off at the City South tram stop and walk south down King William St, turn left onto Gilles St. and walk 1.5 blocks to the Restless studios.

Free Bus – City Connector
Stops on Halifax st near corner of Halifax and Pulteney St. (STOPS H1 and S1)

The Free City Connector buses operate as two loops, an inner city loop and an extended North Adelaide loop. Routes 98A and 98C link the city and North Adelaide every 30 minutes, seven days a week and routes 99A & 99C travel the main city destinations every 30 minutes on weekdays, together providing a 15 minute service at major points of the city.