22 July 2015 – Middleback Theatre, Whyalla 25 July 2015 – Northern Festival Centre, Port Pirie 29 July 2015 – Chaffey Theatre, Renmark 1 August 2015 – Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, Mount Gambier

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“10/10 – Sydney Dance Company has never looked stronger, sexier or more playful than in this thrilling triple bill.” Sun-Herald Sydney Dance Company presents a program of three highly entertaining pieces – a cocktail of witty, exhilarating and joyously physical dance that will make you laugh aloud. From an inspired collaboration with composer Nick Wales and internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Sarah Blasko comes Emergence, a dance work by Rafael Bonachela featuring the alluring costume creations of Australian fashion designer Dion Lee. A breathtaking cross-genre leap, Emergence sees the entire company ensemble take to the stage as a stunning soundscape take sensual, physical form. From Australian rising star Larissa McGowan comes Fanatic, a hilarious pop-culture collision that pits Alien vs Predator in an interstellar dance throwdown between two titanic sci-fi film franchises. Giddy and virtuosic, wry and recognisable, this is dance for the digital age – kinetic, immediate and exceedingly funny. Irreverent, humorous and brilliant, Cacti is the critically acclaimed brainchild of Swedish dance prodigy Alexander Ekman. Ekman is in high demand internationally, and this piece, devised for the legendary Nederlands Dans Theater 2, shows exactly why. Cacti is not only a subversive, entertaining commentary on the pretentions of contemporary dance, it is also a brilliantly conceived and bracingly physical piece of choreography. Showcasing some of Australia’s finest dancers, music by Sarah Blasko and Nick Wales and costumes by Dion LeeDe Novo promises a light-hearted but thrilling evening that’s not to be missed!

Please note the middle piece Fanatic contains strong language and strobe lighting.

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Robyn Stacey: Ray of Light
  • Visual Arts

Robyn Stacey: Ray of Light

13th April 2019 — 27th September 2020

First shown at the 2016 Adelaide Biennale of Australian Art: Magic Object, Sydney-based photographer Robyn Stacey used camera obscura to depict the city of Adelaide as it has never been seen before.

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VIETNAM - ONE IN, ALL IN
  • Visual Arts

VIETNAM - ONE IN, ALL IN

24th April 2019 — 14th September 2019

A contemporary framework by which to explore, express, and acknowledge Aboriginal veterans service in the Vietnam War – before, during and after.

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