The Host

Combining gripping dance theatre with a touch of explosive fun, Expressions Dance Company presents the world premiere of Natalie Weir’s The Host at the Cremorne Theatre, QPAC for a limited season from 1 May 2015. A...

Kingdom

A vital communal structure and close connections between art, life and sexuality are explored in Phillip Adams BalletLab’s new work, Kingdom presented as part of Dance Massive at Arts House Meat Market for a limite...

Nothing to Lose

Following a sell-out season in Sydney earlier this year, Force Majeure’s Nothing to Lose comes to Melbourne as part of Malthouse Theatre’s 2015 season, and as a highlight of this year’s Dance Massive program. ‘Fat’...

Songs Not To Dance To

Can all songs be danced to? That will be the question explored in the production Songs Not To Dance To presented by FORM Dance Projects at Riverside Theatres in March 2015. Choreographer and dancer Martin del Amo has joi...

The Red Dress

A tale of loyalty, tradition and love, the China Arts and Entertainment Group (CAEG) presents the national award-winning ballet, The Red Dress for an exclusive season at the Palais Theatre in March 2015. Premiering in Ne...

First Things First

From one of Australia’s most original performing artists comes First Things First – a one-man show of technically virtuosic dance and hilarious physical theatre that explores the art of ‘getting used to it’. Joseph...

Dreamlogic

Inspired by neurological science and how our brains perceive our bodies and the world around it, Dreamlogic by Phantom Limbs will see art and science collide together in a new contemporary dance performance at Northcote ...

HEX

What does the AIDS crisis mean to those born after 1981? Catch the ambitious dance theatre work HEX – a compelling reflection on AIDS, activism, sex, and disco at Sydney’s PACT and Canberra’s Street The...