Warehouse Circus Inc. Presents
Oculus and My Difficult Relationship With Gravity

A double bill of fringe-style shows

Have you ever looked at something ordinary for so long it became ridiculous?
Has a word rolled off your tongue too many times and lost all meaning?
Maybe even morphed into something else?
Have you swung upside down or looked the other way and watched the things around you change?

Welcome to the non sequitur and slightly warped spaces of OCULUS. See what happens when 17 young circus artists take your perfectly ordinary world and add their extraordinary skill.

Come exploring with us through the mundane and the quirky and leave with a little more appreciation for the obscure in the everyday.

My Difficult Relationship With Gravity sees ensemble explore concepts related to balance and the grey area that exists between the black and white of maintaining and losing balance.

How far can you fall and still catch yourself? What happens when that fails?

Come and teeter on the edge of comfort and expectation. We’ll be there to catch you.
When: 7.30pm on 21st – 24th October and 2.30pm Saturday 24th October 2015
Where: Belconnen Community Theatre
Tickets: $18 Full/ $15 Conc.
Bookings HERE


My Difficult Relationship With Gravity plays as an exciting double bill with Oculus. 1 ticket, 2 amazing shows.

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Throwback to promoting our Regional Tour, 2011.

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After an amazing run at Melbourne Fringe Festival, Oculus is coming to Canberra. Tickets on sale now

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"The story spoken the loudest isn't the only one there is..." Our friends at Canberra Youth Theatre have teamed up with Long Cloud Youth Theatre (NZ) to bring the world premiere of Dead Men's Wars to Canberra, before it packs up and tours to Wellington. Explore the place of young people within the ANZAC legacy, challenging the traditions and interrogating gender inequities, in a contemporary perspective for this generation. Oct 15 - 17, The Street Theatre:

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Dead Men's Wars | The Street Theatre

Dead Men's Wars is a vital, new theatre work that explores the place of young people within the ANZAC legacy in both Australia and New Zealand, and...