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Circus meets urban dance, stunt cycling and in-line skating in this real crowdpleaser from Cirque Éloize.
This Argentinean/Chilean production is both a compelling piece of theatre and a deeply moving act of remembrance and reconciliation.
A play of atmosphere and immersion – a truly fantastic experience.
Highly sophisticated and emotionally complex creations.
Purple prose delivered with panache by perky puppets.
An intimate portrayal of the tragic life and death of Oscar Wilde.
‘A transgender warrior at a time when there was no understanding of her condition,' Mark Tedeschi QC.
Virtuosic pianist Omar Sosa leads Quarteto Afrocubano in immersive world music experience.
Unashamedly a work of communist propaganda 'The Red Detachment of Women' is nevertheless an exquisite ballet that remains an icon of Chinese cultural mythology.
Two talented musicians play more than twenty instruments.
This is a murder story, a psychological thriller, and something more.
This playful, exhilarating work by Nouveau Cirque du Vietnam explores the changing pace of modern life as the city encroaches on village traditions.
A contemporary song cycle about human migration, Flit suffered from poor sound which detracted from its imaginative staging.
Richard Nelson's portrait of an American family struggling with grief, debt and political turmoil is as epic as it is intimate.
High-energy performance, lavish costumes, huge drums and physical display.
Tastefully crafted performance reflects how Australian culture can be a nest of double-standards towards immigrants and women.
Pirates, goths, and lumberjacks meet in this quirky, anarchic circus show.
Nikki Britton writes and stars in a comedy show about love.
An extraordinary showcase of Chinese classical music.
A whimsical, accessible and entertaining introduction to the basics, the philosophy and history of art.
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