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Should art, and indeed audiences for that matter feel the need to compartmentalise genres that confuse? Trying to decipher this work is difficult, to call it pure dance would be reductive, but with moments...
night dance

Night Dance

The nightclub, a place where us adults meet, dance and frolic under the cover of darkness and flashing lights. Jaded memories of the most awesome nights out, easily and often impaired by any number...
pile of bones

Pile Of Bones

From darkness, they emerge as a twisting sensation of bodies curled. As the lights slowly rise, so too does this performance unfurl. There's something maleficent,  rhythmic and disruptive to the choreography. Brash and unapologetic, the...
djuki mala are fabulous

Djuki Mala are Fabulous

What a marvellous show at Map 57, Djuki Mala is one of the most enjoyable experiences I have had at any show this year. The dancers from NE Arnhem land, Yolngu people, are also known...


The brainchild of three indefatigable cultural warriors who’ve chosen to call Hong Kong home, “Melodia” is a musical for the universal stage.   A peaceful planet, Zymbalia, is rocked by an inexplicable explosion that throws everything...
chunky move – theater der welt 2017

Chunky Move – Theater der Welt 2017

Chunky Move has been invited to present An Act of Now at the prestigious Theater der Welt 2017, Hamburg from Friday 2 until Sunday 4 June 201  An Act of Now is the award-winning production from...
chunky move announce next move 2017 commission

Chunky Move announce Next Move 2017 Commission

Dancer and Choreographer, James Batchelor has been announced as the recipient of Chunky Move’s prestigious Next Move 2017 commission.  2017 marks the 10th anniversary of Next Move, a program that directly supports and promotes Australia’s...


Arts Centre – Hamer Hall – 21-23 October 2016 Paying homage to six of her biggest influences, Sara Baras’ Voces is a series of short performances punctuated by recordings of short monologues from each of...
what the water gave me

What The Water Gave Me

Melbourne Festival is now in full swing, with a plethora of amazing shows taking over our city for the next two weeks, among the very best of international touring works are others made more...


Over the past four years, to mark the commencement of Melbourne Festival the five clans of the Kulin Nation: Wurundjeri, Boon Wurrung, Taungurung, Dja Dja Wurrung and Wadawurrung n welcome us to country in Tanderrum, a ceremony...