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Sounds impressive: Architects’ new show will leave you feeling Rough, Red and Raw

Brisbane’s self-proclaimed ‘best band in the world’, The Architects of Sound are bringing an out-of-the-box experience to West End’s Metro Arts Theatre, combining electro-pop bangers, unhinged visuals and sensual choreography with side-splitting comedy.

Mar 30, 2023, updated Apr 05, 2023

Gracing the Metro Arts stage for one night only on Thursday, Rough, Red and Raw will preview songs from The Architects of Sound’s second album ARTFAP, creating an intimate scratchwork earworm extravaganza that is not to be missed.

The Architects of Sound will take you on a live and loose journey through their trademark deadpan comedy, bangin’ beats and seductive dance moves.

The heart-pounding production features Sarah Stafford, Sampson Smith, and David Stewart, who together will bring a radical, raunchy and ridiculously entertaining performance to Metro Arts’ New Benner Theatre.

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Stafford is an actor, writer and director whose work has landed her national recognition, winning awards such as the Golden Gibbo Award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (2022), as well as Best Feminist Work, Best Work by an Emerging Artist and the New Zealand Fringe Touring Award. 

Similarly, Sampson devised and performed in Matilda Award Winning immersive work, La Silhouette (Best Independent Production, Brisbane Powerhouse 2019) and creates visceral performance work through their drag persona Richie LeStrange.

Stewart, who makes up the final component of the independent trash trio, is a Brisbane based writer and performer. His recent playwriting credits include Get Gone (as part of Chrysalis ATYP 2018), Non-Vegan Hoagies and Other Signs of the Impending Apocalypse (ATYP Fresh Ink National Studio 2016) and An Intimate Evening with the Architects of Sound (Wonderland, Melbourne Fringe Festival; 2015, Woodford Folk Festival 2014). 

For more information or to secure your tickets to this earworm extravaganza, head to the Metro Arts website

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