Mutating Roots

Mutating Roots

The main performer of Mutating Roots is Japanese Australian circus artist Mayu Muto. She uses dance and acrobatics to weave her story of cultural loss, gendered assumptions, and becoming cross cultural. Muto’s physical performances are amazing. Her dance and acrobatic skills were mesmerizing. Watching her spin around and descend I couldn’t take my eyes off [...]

Life on the Line

Life on the Line

Situated in a lush green glade of the Botanic Gardens, Life on the Line is a good example of a show that compliments and is complemented by its setting. With a positive message promoting outdoor play and kindness in its young audience, this is plainly wholesome fun that knows its audience and works to engage [...]

Cirque Nocturne

Cirque Nocturne

Cirque Nocturne has us stepping back into the 1940s as crime noir and circus come together. While the story-line is pun-tastic and features a Private Investigator’s (PI) murder investigation, the real show is, of course, that of the performers. Cirque Nocturne features a variety of local talent which serves to simultaneously entrance, impress, and inspire [...]

The Displaced

The Displaced

Rhythm, space, physicality, and connection are some of the defining features of The Displaced, a physical theatre collaboration between seven circus and physical-theatre artists. The Time in Space Circus, who’ve performed at the Adelaide Fringe in 2016 and 2017, have been previously awarded for past performances and it is clear to see why. Physical theatre [...]