Review: Hold My Beer (Half Hitch)

Three circus artists and two musicians walk into a bar…and they put on a great show! Exploring the ups and downs of a memorable (or not, depending on how much you drank) night of drinking and debauchery, Hold My Beer was part circus show, part musical comedy, and entirely entertaining. The performance featured a medley... Continue Reading →

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Review: English Baroque with Circa (Australian Brandenburg Orchesta & Circa)

In the third instalment of their award-winning collaboration, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Circa delighted Brisbane audiences with their skilful, joyful performance, bringing together contemporary circus, stunning vocals, and music from the English baroque. Leading period musicians from the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, played a pasticcio (I looked it... Continue Reading →

Review: Skyward (Republic of Song & Vulcana)

Republic of Song's shimmering, soaring fusion of circus and song will give you goosebumps. Supported by Vulcana, Skyward combined several art forms - song, circus, and photo/videography - into a meditation on mindfulness that is quite cathartic in its beauty. Time lapse photography by Michael Owen was interspersed with song and aerial circus choreography to... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Invisible Things (Alex Mizzen)

  Confined by a 3x3m box wrapped in transparent plastic, Alex Mizzen merges circus, dance, and theatre to create a stirring performance that explores the ‘invisible things’ we all carry in different ways. Developed from and inspired by 17 years’ of Alex’s personal journals, the work sees Alex wrestling with the voice in her head,... Continue Reading →

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