Review: We Live Here

By Glenn Lawrence Creative Futures Photography Deathfest, first seen in 2016, returns in a 2.0 version—Deathfest 2.0: A Duel with Death. Described as Australia’s first arts and culture festival on death, dying and the best way to live, the Metro … more

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FLIPSIDE CIRCUS 20TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS

Flipside Circus, Queensland’s largest youth arts organisation is turning 20 and is getting ready to dazzle Brisbane audiences – both children and adult – with two big events in November: The Flipside Circus Cabaret Show and Flipside Circus 20th Anniversary … more

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Supporting dreams – Flipside Circus Bursary Program

Circus is joyous, celebratory, and risky. It engages the body, the mind and the heart and has the power to transform young people and the world they live in. Circus is a stepping stone to big dreams. Flipside’s bursary program … more

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Flipside Circus Supports Proximity by Kelsey Laura

Flipside Circus is delighted to support a new one-woman show by circus artist and trainer, Kelsey Laura. “… Sometimes, in close proximity, we hurt people we love.” Combining circus with storytelling, Proximity explores what it means to be close to … more

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Revolve, Flipside’s latest show premieres at Festival 2018

Flipside Circus, Queensland’s largest youth circus, will premier their latest show Revolve as part of the Commonwealth Games Festival 2018 at Southbank in Brisbane. Revolve brings together 12 of Queensland’s youngest circus stars with experienced artists and a live DJ … more

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Flipside’ student won Del Artè Charts Award

Luke Whitefield, who won as favourite supporting male performance in the 2017 Del Artè Charts Awards, was recently featured on the cover of North-West News! Well done Luke. Luke, at just 11 years old, was selected for his comedic unicycle … more

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Flipside’s newest artist in residence Alex Mizzen

In late February, Flipside welcomed our newest artist in residence Alex Mizzen. Alex is a trained gymnast and a graduate of the National Theatre Ballet and worked as a contemporary dancer before turning her eye to circus. Now as an … more

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FLIPSIDE WELCOMES NEW PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Flipside would like to extend a very warm welcome to our new program coordinator, Brooke Hill. Brooke has a wealth of experience and knowledge in and of the circus industry, as a performer, trainer and manager. As well as teaching … more

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Review: Wasteland

“We will see plenty of these young faces grace our stages in years to come.” Read what reviewer Nadia Jade from ‘nothing ever happens in brisbane’ had to say about our recent show, Wasteland. As ever, I am struck by … more

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Review: Wasteland at Wonderland

“Wasteland features not just stars of tomorrow but stars of today,” said SceneStr’s Lloyd Marken. Developed by circus artist Chelsea McGuffin, dramaturge Robert Kronk and designer Josh McIntosh it takes place in a post-apocalyptic world with only young people on … more

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