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A woman hatches from a a giant egg, with some of the shell worn as a hat. She wears a quizzical expression and holds one hand up to gesture at her egg-hat.

How to make the most of a Fringe festival

Three Fringe festival veterans on why they love Fringe and their advice for newcomers.


Theatre review: AutoCannibal, Darwin Festival

Physical theatre meets the end of the world in this playfully abject one-man show.

A man wearing glasses smiles as three young jugglers throw their clubs around him.

New regional theatre gets $3.3M green light

The Borderville Studio Theatre will expand the Flying Fruit Fly Circus’ existing headquarters with a custom-built performance space for circus…


Soar with a course that catapults you from crash mat to the stage

At NICA, students not only hone their physical skills but are connected with international professionals and real-life opportunities so they…

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A show to die for

Chronically ill and disabled people are already familiar with judging risks to their lives. What can they teach the performing…

Three circus artists practice a balancing routine in a dark studio.

Circa expands into Cairns with new First Nations ensemble

The Brisbane-based circus company is expanding from Meanjin to the Gimuy Walabura Yidinii, Yirrganydji Country, with a new, First Nations-led…


Circus review: Carnival of the Animals

The return of Circa’s Carnival of the Animals offers continuing joy and delight, with an added and most enjoyable twist.

A female circus performer photographed mid-air with an audience looking on behind her.

Can Australian circus bounce back from pandemic disruption?

How will our medium-sized circus companies maintain international presence and profile post-COVID?


First Nations circus launches new development program

Na Djinang Circus's Making Space program will offer two First Nations artists six weeks of paid professional development.


Circus review: Interloper

A big-hearted, sweaty celebration of human connection.

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