Shows At The Melba

The Goblin Ball: Starlantis!

24 November 2018

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Welcome to Starlantis!

On the 24th of November we celebrate a Cabaret Masquerade never before seen in Goblin Realms.

The Goblin Ball welcomes all new and old friends into a world of Cabaret, Magic and Mayhem. Dance the night away and be bedazzled by live music, burlesque and close up magic.

The secretive society of the Goblin Ball calls to all mythical creatures from all realms to gather in the throne room of Starlantis. Prizes for best dressed so dazzle for your chance to outshine others. This is an interactive fairytale you will NOT want to miss.

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The Goblin Ball: Starlantis!

The Cocoa Butter Club

25 July

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We acknowledge our event takes place on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri-willam people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future and to the Indigenous performers involved in our shows. Sovereignty was never ceded.

The Cocoa Butter Club is back at the Melba Spiegeltent for our July show!

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The Cocoa Butter Club showcases Indigenous and/or People of Colour (IaoPoC), in an unapologetic, vibrant night of performance art including dance, burlesque, drag, spoken word, and anything else it takes to moisturise the room with IaoPoC goodness ♥ Anyone is welcome to attend (and to donate extra if they are able to!), and we encourage queer people of colour to be TO THE FRONT!

Line up:
Chido the EthNical Dillemma
Mz Risk
Thando
Mama Alto
Zodiac

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The Cocoa Butter Club

Point of No Return

1 August - 11 August

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Point of No Return is a multi-award winning play by Alaine Beek. It is a riveting drama that tells the fascinating and true story of the British Empire's first boys's prison built in 1832 at Port Arthur. It is a story about boys becoming men, gang mentality, loyalty, hope and what it takes to survive our early prison systems. It is also a story of hope as many of the boys became our first Australian colonists. You will be immersed in this engaging story from beginning to end.

"Every character’s journey through the drama is crafted with aplomb by Ms Beek to create a compelling, moving and sometimes humorous story that is a triumph of the human spirit." Andrew Blackman – Complete Works Theatre Company.

“Alaine Beek’s Point of No Return not only shines a light on a little-known aspect of Australia’s dark convict past: remarkably, it also manages to paint a nuanced portrait of male relationships, especially between those teetering on the verge of manhood." David Tredinnick – Actor, writer

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Point of No Return

The Moth: Business

21 August

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Theme: BUSINESS

Prepare a five minute story about professional dealings. Selling out or buying in. Exciting ventures, risky arrangements and blind ambition. Breaking eggs to make omelets, stabbing backs to get ahead and creative solutions to integrating work and humanity.

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Doors at the Spiegeltent open at 7pm, stories start at 7:30pm!

There will be approx 30 tickets available for door sales, but book online if you want to guarantee entry. There is no waitlist. Seating is not guaranteed and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please be sure to arrive at least 15 minutes before the show.

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Business

Slamalamadingdong: August Slam feat. Anisa Nandaula

30 August

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Slama acknowledges that our slam takes place in Naarm, on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, no treaty was signed and it always was and always will be Aboriginal land.

Welcome Team Slama back from the US and throw your hat in the ring for the first slam of the 2018/19 season. We kick off the season with our first open slam and the first chance to qualify for next year's Grand Slam.

Featuring Queensland spoken word artists, the 2016 QLD Poetry Slam Champ and 2016 Australian Poetry Slam runner-up, Anisa Nandaula, on her Australian tour.

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August Slam feat. Anisa Nandaula

Circus Spot: Mirrored

The Little Spots

8 September - 9 September

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A youth circus show by The Little Spots - presented by The Circus Spot Director - Sue Broadway.

The Little Spots are the senior performance troupe at The Circus Spot.

Mirrored is their first full-length stand-alone circus show.

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Mirrored

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Liyan

Venue: The Melba Spiegeltent

14 September - 17 September

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A Deadly Fringe event supported by Melbourne Fringe and ILBIJERRI Theatre Company.

What is your next destination and how are you going to get there?

What will guide you?

This performance will explore the idea of following the stars – through the medium of dance, theatre, song and poetry – about the trials and tribulations of getting lost and finding yourself.

We as Aboriginal people have followed the stars for 100,000 of years but today most people rely on a GPS. We get lost when the system breaks down and as humans we forget to trust our own natural navigation instincts and knowledge from the system that has always been embedded in our bodies.

Where I’m from in the Kimberley, we call this LIYAN. It's our spiritual connection to country and oneself, the ability to be in tune with the knowledge passed down from ancestral lineage and songlines. Liyan is also about your sense of belonging which is the calling that tells you when it’s the right time to do what is necessary in that moment in time.

Genre: Dance & Physical Theatre

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Liyan

The Moth: Rivals

18 September

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ON SALE SOON

Theme: RIVALS

RIVALS: Prepare a five-minute story about your nemesis: the Backstreet Boy to your N'Sync, the Killmonger to your T'Challa, the Paris to your Nicole. Yankees to Red Sox, cats to dogs, Coke to Pepsi. Tell of enemies, "frenemies", rivals and foes.

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Doors at the Spiegeltent open at 7pm, stories start at 7:30pm!

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Rivals

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Janis

Venue: The Melba Spiegeltent

23 September

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‘Janis’ is a vibrant and emotionally charged musical event, paying homage not only to one of the greatest icons of 60's ‘rock n roll’, but also to some of her greatest inspirations. It is a musical journey through the turbulent, tortured and yet inspired soul of the blues-rock singer Janis Joplin. Her tragically short yet brilliant career was one marked by grit, heart-ache and blues. This expressive performance by Samantha Hafey includes hits synonymous with Joplin and the 60’s 'Summer of love'.

Be part of this incredibly moving experience with the woman who always wanted to 'feel' as much as she possibly could. As Sam says, 'It is this desire to express feelings and emotions that was at the heart of her music, a notion that reflects the universal soul in us all'.

Genre: Music

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Janis

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Glass Universe

Venue: The Melba Spiegeltent

20 September - 23 September

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Glass Universe uses circus and physical theatre to explore inequality, the struggle for power, and the way it plays in relationships between men and women.

Follow the fleeting connection of two people as their lives intersect creating new chaos and unfamiliarity.

Genre: Circus

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Glass Universe

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Bit By Bit

Venue: Sawtooth

20 September - 23 September

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The incremental amalgamation of artificial intelligence into our everyday lives, holds great potential for society. But at what cost? Through a sense of play, quirky clowning and high end juggling, Bit by Bit explores some of the potential benefits and risks of such technologies.

Second Place at Gasworks Circus Showdown 2018

‘Byron was a Juggler who could perform, now he’s a performer that juggles... really well’

Genre: Circus

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Bit By Bit

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Vladimir the Crow

Venue: The Studio

20 September - 23 September

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Romp through the classic horror underworld in this mime on steroids, where ghoul clown Vladimir the Crow illuminates the darkness with sublime physical clowning and a soundscape full of fun scares and sonic mayhem.

"Surprising, fun and funny, totally worth catching." Stage Whispers

"To boil it down: this show is great." Theatre Scenes

"Using a combination of expertly timed sound design and physical performance, Bourke transports the audience into a strange, surreal dreamscape of every horror cliche you can think of... To boil it down: this show is great." Theatre Scenes

Genre: Comedy

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Vladimir the Crow

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Casting Off

Venue: The Melba Spiegeltent

20 September - 23 September

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Casting Off - a wonderful gravity-defying, cross-generational show that will inspire anyone from birth to infinity.

Casting off stereotypes, three generations of dynamic women tumble, talk, fly, and balance precariously. This is inter-generational circus with lots to say, where the personal is political, the furious is funny, and the acrobatics are downright dangerous. A disarming, hilarious show about living on the edge and talking about it.

Self-directed, hand-knitted, and honouring the life events that get in the way of work, Casting Off is a theatrical circus experience that celebrates thoughtful, strong, and resilient individuals. A joyous accumulation of moments that shine a light on women relating to each other in playful, fruitful relationships. Flipping, climbing and flying to a haunting soundscape of the many disparate texts (lists, poems, conversations, melodies, arguments and biographies) that embody each day.

Casting Off is non-narrative circus with words that’s easier done than said.

Genre: Circus

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Casting Off

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: The GREATEST Magic Show

Venue: The Melba Spiegeltent

22 September - 26 September

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Get ready for... The GREATEST Magic Show!

A super fun and exciting magic and comedy spectacular, perfect for children young and old! Be entertained by two of Melbourne’s brightest and most bubbly magicians, Justin and Sam, as they utilize their combined 20 years of experience in children’s entertainment to bring you a magical extravaganza featuring breathtaking illusions, impressive circus artistry, along with loads of audience participation and trying not to pee yourself from laughing too much!

In addition, every child in attendance will receive a FREE MAGIC WAND to help out during the show in making the incredible feats of illusion come to life!

The GREATEST Magic Show is just as astonishing as it is hilarious, so don’t miss out and come find out just why it is the GREATEST! Tickets will disappear fast...

This show contains fire and smoke
Recommended for ages 0-12

Genre: Family Friendly

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The GREATEST Magic Show

Sirkus Circus

Melbourne Juggling Convention

28 September

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Melbourne Juggling Convention public show!

Prepare to be amazed by the line up of acts, including our special international guest Emil Dahl.

MCs Zane & Deg

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Sirkus Circus

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: PHAT CAB CLUB

Venue: The Melba Spiegeltent

21 September - 29 September

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Come and witness the litness of this weekends-only event, featuring some of Australia’s most exciting, award-winning young circus artists bringing a fresh take on cabaret. Stay around for a live DJ and a dance floor late into the evening, in the atmospheric Melba Spiegeltent. Taking inspiration from an unstoppable hip-hop soundtrack, the PHAT CAB CLUB is the Fringe’s hottest late-night destination.

Genre: Circus, Cabaret

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PHAT CAB CLUB

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: The Illegitimate Love Children of Bob Downe and Magda Szubanski

Venue: Sawtooth

20 September - 29 September

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What on earth happened after the after party at Mardi Gras 1986? We're not sure but we're happy it did.

In 'The Illegitimate Love Children of Bob Downe and Magda Szubanski' we meet the illegitimate love children of Bob Downe and Magda Szubanski. Watch these two miracle children explain why they are the way they are, what growing up with two Australian icons as parents was really like, and what they've learnt along the way.

A show filled with comedy, cabaret, music and stories from an absurdly theatrical (and fictional) youth, this is a show not to be missed.

Genre: Comedy

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The Illegitimate Love Children of Bob Downe and Magda Szubanski

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Songs of Contemporary Life

Venue: The Studio

27 September - 30 September

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Songs of Contemporary Life explores living in Australia in the 2000's through the music of some of our most prominent songwriters; Angus and Julia Stone, Josh Pyke and Missy Higgins. Harry Baulderstone and Lucy Mount combine their love of storytelling and musical performance in this homegrown journey of some of their favourite artists.

Harry and Lucy are singer/songwriters from Adelaide, and are debuting this show at Melbourne Fringe. Both have been heavily influenced by the work of the aforementioned artists and are looking to present their work as a concept show, likening the writers experiences to their own.

Genre: Music

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Songs of Contemporary Life

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Burlesque by Force

Venue: The Studio

20 September - 30 September

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Backstage, a burlesque performer strips off costume and character to reveal the dark truths behind the bright lights of life. Walk the line between reality and coping mechanism, where humour, humility and poetry converge in an intimate story of consent and silence-breaking.

After introductions in Adelaide and at the Butterfly Club, Burlesque by Force returns to Melbourne in the newly created Studio at Melba Hub. The team are very excited to be building on this work by presenting a Q&A and integrated accessible performances. Check out the MEAN Projects facebook page for updates.

Burlesque by Force acknowledges the Indigenous people on whose stolen lands we perform, whose sovereignty we respect beyond recognition. This performance comes with a trigger warning for loud noises and use of silence, coarse language, mild nudity and content regarding sexual violence. However, this show has been crafted to support audiences to engage in triggering content safely and positively.

“hits several targets dead centre; sexuality, stigma, equality and marginalisation... delivers a gut-wrenching – and essential – dramatization of a tragic chapter from Australia's present” - AUSTRALIAN STAGE ONLINE

"intimate and confronting, but at the same time beautiful as it lays bare the contradictions of sexual behaviour" - BAREFOOT REVIEW

"You cannot leave Burlesque by Force unchanged. You cannot say that you don’t know what is going on, or claim that it has nothing to do with you" - ADELAIDE ADVERTISER

Genre: Performance

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Burlesque by Force

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Hoops & Loops

Venue: Sawtooth

27 September - 30 September

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Coral Jade takes "dancing to the beat of your own drum" quite literally, dancing with dozens of hula hoops while creating electronic loops live on stage. In a world's first, you will see the beat being made right in front of you and then witness this ruler of the hula take the stage with her incredible hooping skills as she starts with one hoop and builds up to 50.

If you have seen one of Coral's many viral videos, you will know this is a show not to be missed!

“She can twirl them on every part of her body, use them to create mind bending warps and dance with 30 to make it look like she’s being teleported in a JJ Abrams-era Star Trek Transporter.” – Gizmodo.com

“Professional hula hoop performer Coral Jade is undoubtedly one of the best hula hoopers in the world.” – TheHigherLearning.com

Genre: Circus

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Hoops & Loops

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: The Amazing Drumming Monkeys

Venue: The Melba Spiegeltent

29 September - 30 September

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The Amazing Drumming Monkeys have been wowing audiences around Australia and overseas for the past 14 years! Their show combines a unique blend of puppetry, live music, comedy, and heart warming themes, to deliver a fun filled interactive show for the whole family.

The show has cute & funny monkeys for the kids, great drumming for the adults, variety segments for all ages, and a message for the world. This year's show also features an interactive drumming segment where the audience can drum along with the Monkeys as part of the show.

“ ****1/2 Stars! Top Banana! Beating Hi 5 hands down” (Adelaide Advertiser)

“The next Wiggles” (NT News)

"The next Bananas" (Triple J)

Genre: Family Friendly

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The Amazing Drumming Monkeys

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: The World's Worst Babysitter

Venue: The Melba Spiegeltent

22 September - 30 September

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Have fear, the World's Worst Babysitter is here! And she’s ready to eat all the icecream, make too much noise and never go to bed! As soon as parents fly out the door, order flies out the window! The World’s Worst Babysitter is an unforgettable show of hell-raising chaos, clowning and cheeky fun, taking you on an adventure of living-room sized proportions. Antics, tomfoolery, and shenanigans abound, just make sure the parents don’t catch you, or you’ll never have another babysitter like her again!

The World's Worst Babysitter is Lauren Bok, award-winning comedian and self-nominated Aunty Of The Year 2017.

Genre: Family Friendly

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The World's Worst Babysitter

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Boxed In Sideways

Venue: The Melba Spiegeltent

27 September - 30 September

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Four women, four boxes. We don't fit into them. Never have.

A powerful statement of what can be achieved by women who lift each other up, challenging the limits of the physical and psychologival .Three Feet speak a louder truth through circus, dance an puppetry.

Presented by Three Feet

Genre: Circus

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Boxed In Sideways

Melbourne Fringe at The Melba & Beyond: Prison Factory Cult Circus

Venue: Sawtooth

27 September - 30 September

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Between prison escapes, teen pregnancy, eloping to the other side of the world and the cult - it’s hard to pick the real black sheep of this family.

Prison Factory Cult Circus is raw, bitingly honest, and often surreal. Through circus, live music, story and the soundtrack of life in the North of England, Lucy dissects her past and delves into her family’s long-term relationship with risk.

Knife throwing, escapology, lasso, and musical saw. What better way to search for a sense of belonging before starting a family of her own?

Reviews of Lucy's Previous Work:

"Riotous" - This Is Cabaret

"A Bright Young Thing"- Total Theatre Magazine

"A raw, confessional quality akin to Kate Tempest"- Roundhouse, London

"The performance stimulated our inner wild-parts"- Sadistic Circus, Tokyo

Genre: Circus

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Prison Factory Cult Circus

Jen Cloher - Solo Tour

4 October - 5 October

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Join Melbourne singer-songwriter Jen Cloher for a special and intimate solo show at the Melba Spiegeltent. Supported by Tiny Ruins

“Cloher has established herself as a shapeshifter within, and torch-bearer for, the conventions of rock.” Pitchfork

"Astonishingly candid…(she) tackles politics, equality and pride with frank intimacy.” THE OBSERVER, UK

★★★★★ “A work of real brilliance, a brave, ambitious and moving follow-up to 2013’s outstanding In Blood Memory.” The Guardian

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Jen Cloher - Solo Tour

Sidesault at The Melba 2018: BOSS Squad

Madhouse Circus & Point and Flex Circus

11 October - 14 October

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Five fearless females are smashing stereotypes while smashing out tricks in BOSS Squad. We don’t want a seesaw, we want to jump, fly and flip. This brand new ripper of a show calls out the cat callers, while embracing all things weird and acrobatically wonderful.

Move over, there’s a new BOSS in town!

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BOSS Squad

Sidesault at The Melba 2018: My Sight - Their Sight

Blindful

11 October - 14 October

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My Sight - Their Sight challenges three highly trained artists to perform with and without their vision, exploring how the human body can move and interact when sight is compromised. This award-winning company uses dance and circus to explore trust and power shifts as they navigate a changing space.

★★★★ "THIS TRIO BLEW PAST NORMAL ACROBATICS, IN AN IMPRESSIVE SHOW OF DANCE, STRENGTH AND ACROBATICS… WITH ONE CATCH – THERE WERE BLINDFOLDS."

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My Sight - Their Sight

Sidesault at The Melba 2018: Laser Kiwi

Colossal Productions

11 October - 14 October

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Wonderfully bizarre and undoubtedly hilarious, Laser Kiwi combines high-calibre circus with unforgettable physical comedy. If you enjoy lighting matches with your toes, zebra, or Japanese game shows, this show is for you! If you don’t … they have other ideas too. This thoroughly entertaining masterpiece is so full to the brim with innovation, you’ll never guess what’s coming next!

★★★★ “Masterful piece of laugh-out-loud comedy” The Advertiser “Avantgarde, sometimes irreverent, sometimes naked extravaganza!” - The View, Canada

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Laser Kiwi

Sidesault at The Melba 2018: TNA Grant writing workshop

15 October

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Facilitated by Theatre Network Australia (TNA) and Auspicious Arts Projects, this grant writing workshop will offer a brief overview of the broader performing arts funding environment, and take you through the fundamentals of developing a grant application. Scope the funding landscape, learn strategies, pick up tips for making your case, and understand how to build a budget for your project.

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TNA Grant writing workshop

Sidesault at The Melba 2018: TNA CaPT Sector Gathering

15 October

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Join Theatre Network Australia (TNA), and the Sidesault artists at this Circus and Physical Theatre sector gathering to catch up on national updates, discuss CaPT sector issues, and contribute towards future visions and actions to strengthen the sector.

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TNA CaPT Sector Gathering

Sidesault at The Melba 2018: Feed The Horse

Radish by Night

18 October - 21 October

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Feed the Horse combines the surreal and visceral nature of circus with other artforms to create an immersive, deliberately confronting experience that will shock your senses. Drawing on ritualistic dance, Dadaism and butoh, this work explores how far the human form can be distorted, taking you on a journey to reconnect with your own primal subconscious.

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Feed The Horse

Sidesault at The Melba 2018: Jugg Life

Jugg Life Productions

18 October - 21 October

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Jugg Life is an explosive fusion of dynamic live percussion and relentless energy, showcasing the breathtaking skills of two of Australia’s best jugglers. With a combined 30 years of performing experience, Byron Hutton and Richard Sullivan display precisely what they love about juggling in as many ways as possible, incorporating competition, danger, music and even a Rubik's Cube. Colourful, visual, turbulent and fun, this intense, non-stop escalation of skill and entertainment will delight the entire family.

Winner | 2015 Gasworks Circus Showdown

Nominated | Best Circus Show, Melbourne Fringe 2016

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Jugg Life

Sidesault at The Melba 2018: Hell Is Other People

Love is the Drug

18 October - 21 October

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Working titles that didn’t stick: Live after love. Eat your heart out. You just need time. Sex sells. It’s not you. Campsite Rules. Groping through to grieving; a (Jess) love story full of lust and loss. But award-winning circus virtuoso Jess Love decided on HELL IS OTHER PEOPLE.

Raw. Honest. Brave. Theatre. Circus. Dance.

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Hell Is Other People