If you missed FRINGE WORLD award winning Indigenous dance sensation Djuki Mala last time, make them top of your must-see list! Be first in line to catch the encore performance of the infectious, high energy dance group that fuses traditional dance and pop culture.
Co3 has a contemporary dance season at the Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre of WA, running 12 - 16 September. Celebrating a powerhouse of female choreographers, WA Dance Makers Project is part of the MOVEME Festival 2018 and is not to be missed!
Performed by Co3’s Act-Belong-Commit Co:Youth Ensemble, Project NEXT 2018 is a re-imagining of Raewyn Hill’s critically acclaimed work THE ZONE, and the young dancers have been led in the studio by choreographic leaders, Ella-Rose Trew (Co3 Associate Artist), Zoe Wozniak, Scott Galbraith, and Jessica Lewis.
This is a story about you, me and the loneliest whale in the world. Five people with five stories that unravel the contemporary nature of isolation. Alone in an apartment, in a bustling bar, in the dial tone of a message bank and across the deep blue – waiting for a reply.
Djuki Mala return to Perth on the back of their 2017 Summer Festival, Sydney Opera House and Edinburgh Fringe sell-out seasons! Unique, infectious, high-energy exuberant, fusing traditional Yolngu, pop culture, dance storytelling to create work that is a marvel of timing, comedy clowning, with a hefty dose of heart soul! If there is one show that is guaranteed to leave you feeling genuinely happy then this is it!
Check out some of WA’s freshest emerging artists, bringing you new music, modern theatre, contemporary dance, and an exciting interactive installation all in one place, all for FREE!
In SITU Returns in 2016 with five new short dance works by a range of emerging and experienced independent WA choreographers.
Following on from the highly successful seasons at Uncle Joe’s Mess Hall in 2014 and Fremantle Arts Centre in 2015, this year’s program will take place throughout The State Theatre Centre Courtyard.
“In order for connection to happen, we have to allow ourselves to be seen – really seen.” Brene Brown
Rikki Bremner and Trihedral Sector present a double bill of contemporary dance that examines and abstracts the complexities of social interaction and our innate desire for human connection.
Èlan Dance Est. is hosting an array of fun and exciting dance classes, ranging from Urban Hip Hop and African dance to Samba and Jamaican Dancehall. These classes will be held in conjunction with Mental Health Week coming up in October. Come shake things up, you will not be disappointed!
Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and Marrugeku present Marrugeku's Gudirr Gudirr. Winner of Australian Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement in Independent Dance and a Helpmann finalist for Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer this production is not to be missed!
Are you a young artist or arts worker looking for financial assistance to kickstart your career? Join the Department of Culture and the Arts to learn about funding available specifically for young people.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2014, Bangarra – Australia’s multi award winning dance theatre company – tells the story of Patyegarang, the inspirational journey of a potent Indigenous spirit alive in Australia’s past and present.