Review: We live here

By: Nadia Jade Nothing ever happens in Brisbane Circus tells the best stories. Music makes you feel, theatre speaks to you, dance shows you, but circus has a way of …

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 …

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: …

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 …

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 …