Category: dancing

Full Moon Orb Sydney Dance Company

Sydney Dance Company’s double bill, ‘ORB’

Sydney Dance Company’s double bill, ORB, showed at Arts Centre Melbourne to rapturous applause. ORB opens with the mystifying Full Moon by Taiwanese choreographer Cheng Tsung-lung, a hypnotising melody of his fascination with the moon and all those who inhabit…

Dance Massive Melbourne Tiny Slopes

Dance Massive: ‘Tiny Slopes’ skateboard dancing

Nat Cursio’s Tiny Slopes, part of the annual Dance Massive Festival, stars four school-age skateboarders and dancers. A huge open space, with cool chicks, ‘80s anthems, easy camaraderie, plus a Beyonce-strong fan blowing your hair about. What’s not to like?  The…

Pawn & Co.’s new Greville Street location

If there’s a gap in the ‘Melbourne Is The Best City In The World’ mantra, it’s our clubs. They just can’t hold a candle to the best venues around the world. I’ve never really been able to find out why….

Chunky Move

Dance Massive: Anti Gravity by Chunky Move

Chunky Move have done it again. With ‘Anti-Gravity’, their contribution for Dance Massive, they have once again pushed the limits of modern contemporary dance. ‘Anti-Gravity’, in its world premiere, features Chunky Move Artistic Director Anouk van Dijk using internationally renowned…

Fury Yoga 4

Namaste, Motherf#%kers: Fury Yoga challenges the norm

‘Tired of people telling you what to do with your Chakras?’ Fury Yoga promises to help you release your anger and find your inner bad-ass self by doing sun salutations to a bangin’ soundtrack. It’s loud, it’s sweaty, and profane…

March 2017: all the events to make your month soar

Melbourne never fails to amuse. March is no exception, with its naked bicycle rides, its festivals with whacky names (Hot Dub Wine Machine), and its crazy-awesome food festivals. Margaritas? Food and film? Donuts and…beer? We have it all in Melbs this…

Asia TOPA: The Red Detachment of Women

Asia TOPA (Triennial of Performing Arts) is Melbourne’s newest festival and seeks to showcase Australia’s connection with contemporary Asia. The festival is set to run from February to April across dozens of Melbourne’s key cultural centres. Imagine a feast of…

Vision Hound brings you ‘Lake People’

The morning began like any other, with peak-hour traffic and ducklings being schooled across the road. Joggers, dulled with bated breath against the slight westerly wind that crossed their faces, as they passed Albert Park lake. The water stirred in…