PLEASE NOTE: We regret to advise that the Greatest Show On Earth has been postponed until further notice.

 

Singer, songwriter and media personality Mark Holden honors his family’s history with “ The Greatest Show On Earth.”

One-legged trapeze artist Adolphus Holden founded The Holden Brothers Travelling Circus in 1892 and travelled through the bush with his family of 12 on horse-drawn wagons showing in every village and hamlet from Geelong to Ceduna and back!  Little did Adolphus know that his legacy would be passed down from generation to generation and continue to this day.

The fantastical, bygone era of The Holden Brothers Travelling Circus lives on through the marriage of music and stories passed down through the family.

Inspired by tales of the family Circus, and as a tribute to the lives lived by the generations before him, Mark weaves his own colorful history into theirs. From Countdown to working with the Temptations and David Hasselhoff in America, to Vanessa Amorosi, Australian Idol, DWTS and beyond – it has all the soaring heights and crushing falls of his forbears’ high wire act. Classic family circus footage provides a mesmerising backdrop to the tales spun and songs sung.

The Greatest Show On Earth is Mark Holden’s personal ode to the resilience of family, music, tradition, humour and hard work.

 

 

Pine Tree Green by Jane Skeer
  • Visual Arts

Pine Tree Green by Jane Skeer

30th June 2018 — 31st October 2018

Jane Skeer has re-purposed 1,000 plastic gardening pots to create a dynamic new artwork inspired by the pine tree forests we see across the Limestone Coast

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Island to Inland
  • Visual Arts

Island to Inland

26th October 2018 — 1st September 2019

Ten Kangaroo Island based visual artists bring ‘mainlanders’ a glimpse of the isolation and inspiration of island life.

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  • Visual Arts

Robyn Stacey: Ray of Light

22nd September 2018 — 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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