Posted by The Events Editorial Team
21. Sep, 2012
|September 22, 2012|
Everyone loves the circus – the smell of popcorn, the big top, trapezes, sawdust. This weekend NICA (the National Institute of Circus Arts) are performing Made to Fit, an energetic new show featuring 27 of the school’s second year students that’ll make your jaw drop with its flying, dancing, acrobatics and maybe squirm a little during the contortion.
This contemporary performance will show off the best of Australia’s next generation of performance artists. See them now and say you were there before they were famous.
WHEN: Sept 22, matinee 1.30pm, evenings 7.30pm
WHERE: NICA, 41 Green St, Prahran
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