Legs On The Wall’s production deals with the important but taboo topic of youth suicide, particularly in the Indigenous community.
Benjamin Britten’s Peter Grimes premiered in 1945, when the composer was 31. The work can be seen as an examination of the individual versus the community and the sinister potential of the collective.
The incredible physical control of the Circa acrobats, and their ability to make bodies seem weightless, is breathtaking.
This cabaret show about a beverage incorporates politics, feminism, history and some rousing singalong numbers.