You missed this – Subscribe & Avoid FOMO!
Perhaps There Is Hope Yet

When:

Tue 29 Sep 2015, 9:00pm–9:45pm
Wed 30 Sep 2015, 9:00pm–9:45pm
Thu 1 Oct 2015, 9:00pm–9:45pm
Fri 2 Oct 2015, 9:00pm–9:45pm
Sat 3 Oct 2015, 9:00pm–9:45pm

Where: Arts House - North Melbourne Town Hall, 521 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Full price: $25.00
  • Concession: $20.00
  • Group: $22.00
  • Preview: $14.00
  • Cheap Tuesdays: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: stone

On the back of globally touring her mulit-award winning premiere independent work Fright or Flight (Best Circus - Adelaide Fringe; Best Circus - Perth FringeWorld; Best Visual Theatre (nom) - Edinburgh Fringe), Rockie Stone (Circa, Circus Oz, 3 is a Crowd) once again brings to the stage her unique style of contemporary circus. This time, teaming up with acrobatic artist & circus blogger Vincent van Berkel (Circus Oz, Casus, This Side Up) and kinetic sculptor & culture hack Callan Morgan (Concentrate) to weave together a humorous, delicate yet gritty exploration of the most pressing concern of our time.

Circus, kinetic sculpture and music combine to explore forward momentum in the face of a climatically changing, environmentally de-stabilising world. With an obstinate and creativity-fueled optimism, Perhaps There Is Hope Yet... dares you to believe that we can overrule inertia and ‘save the planet’, one exquisite design idea at a time.

Drawing inspiration from chaos theory, biomimicry and daily pop-socio-political commentary on the state of the world, these three highly accomplished and renown artists add their collective voice to the politico-scientific debate on the global climate challenge.

Perhaps There Is Hope Yet... has been made possible through support from Melbourne Fringe, Circus Oz, Ian Potter Cultural Trust, Punctum Inc. and IETM-International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts.