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Queensland Ballet: Peter and the Wolf

Thomas Dixon Centre 406 Montague Rd, West End
Follow the courageous young scout Peter on an adventure of a lifetime in this symphonic fairytale ballet designed for families. Children, parents, and grandparents will enjoy a lesson in musical appreciation as orchestral instruments accompany the dancers in a reimagined telling of Peter’s trip to the zoo and the rascally…
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Bangarra: Terrain

Sydney Opera House Sydney
Bangarra’s award-winning work Terrain, choreographed by Artistic Director designate Frances Rings, returns for a 10th anniversary tour of Australia. The nine-part performance transports audiences to Kati Thanda (Lake Eyre) in South Australia, our largest salt lake, using the body to evoke the landscape and the spirt of the place, and…
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Queensland Ballet: Peter and the Wolf

Thomas Dixon Centre 406 Montague Rd, West End
Follow the courageous young scout Peter on an adventure of a lifetime in this symphonic fairytale ballet designed for families. Children, parents, and grandparents will enjoy a lesson in musical appreciation as orchestral instruments accompany the dancers in a reimagined telling of Peter’s trip to the zoo and the rascally…
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West Australian Ballet: State

State Theatre Centre of WA Perth
Under the soft golden light of the State Theatre Centre, join us as the dancers of West Australian Ballet embody powerful artistic expression and new energies in this bold showcase of contemporary and neo-classical works.
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Brisbane Powerhouse: Cirque Bon Bon

Brisbane Powerhouse 119 Lamington St, New Farm
Cirque Bon Bon fuses mind-bending contortion, aerial artistry, incredible dancers, and death-defying acrobatic feats jam packed into one night of playful wonder. From Broadway to the West End, Las Vegas to Cirque Du Soleil, Cirque Bon Bon is the best of the best – hosted by world renowned comedy emcee: Mario, Queen of the Circus!
Recurring

Queensland Ballet: Peter and the Wolf

Thomas Dixon Centre 406 Montague Rd, West End
Follow the courageous young scout Peter on an adventure of a lifetime in this symphonic fairytale ballet designed for families. Children, parents, and grandparents will enjoy a lesson in musical appreciation as orchestral instruments accompany the dancers in a reimagined telling of Peter’s trip to the zoo and the rascally…
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Brisbane Powerhouse: Cirque Bon Bon

Brisbane Powerhouse 119 Lamington St, New Farm
Cirque Bon Bon fuses mind-bending contortion, aerial artistry, incredible dancers, and death-defying acrobatic feats jam packed into one night of playful wonder. From Broadway to the West End, Las Vegas to Cirque Du Soleil, Cirque Bon Bon is the best of the best – hosted by world renowned comedy emcee: Mario, Queen of the Circus!
Editor's Choice Recurring

Bangarra: Terrain

Sydney Opera House Sydney
Bangarra’s award-winning work Terrain, choreographed by Artistic Director designate Frances Rings, returns for a 10th anniversary tour of Australia. The nine-part performance transports audiences to Kati Thanda (Lake Eyre) in South Australia, our largest salt lake, using the body to evoke the landscape and the spirt of the place, and…
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Queensland Ballet: Li’s Choice

QPAC Corner Melbourne St and Grey St, South Bank
Be captivated by this trio of extraordinary works from Natalie Weir, Greg Horsman, and Sir Kenneth MacMillan, hand-selected by Artistic Director Li Cunxin AO. Acclaimed Australian choreographer Natalie Weir, known internationally for her highly-physical partner work, organic movement style and her touching insight into humanity created her deeply emotive, war-themed…
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West Australian Ballet: State

State Theatre Centre of WA Perth
Under the soft golden light of the State Theatre Centre, join us as the dancers of West Australian Ballet embody powerful artistic expression and new energies in this bold showcase of contemporary and neo-classical works.

Sydney Dance Company: Impermanence

Pilbeam Theatre Cnr Victoria Parade & Cambridge Street, Rockhampton City
Returning to the stage for a national Australian tour after a sell-out Sydney world-premiere season (Feb 21) and an Adelaide Festival smash hit run (March 21), Rafael Bonachela’s Impermanence is “arguably the single best piece created by and for an Australian dance company for many years” (Adelaide Advertiser). A visceral and thrilling…
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AUSTI. Dance & Physical Theatre: f o r n o w

Illawarra Performing Arts Centre 32 Burelli Street, Wollongong
We feel the frenetic pace weighing on us. Post-pandemic exhaustion, saving the planet, natural disasters, work and life, it’s all we can do, right now, at present, for the time being… A triple bill of evocative pieces created by Kate Arber, Michelle Maxwell and ANTON, in collaboration with company dancers.…
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Australasian Dance Collective: THREE Lister/Lane/Schechter

Canberra Theatre Centre Canberra
THREE premiered in Brisbane in 2021. Now the Australasian Dance Collective is taking it on an east coast tour opening in Toowoomba on 10 May and finishing up in Redlands on 1 July. This month, besides Toowoomba, it plays in Ipswich, Maryborough and Bundaberg. THREE features works by Jack Lister, Melanie Lane and…