Thomas Dixon Centre

Thomas Dixon Centre

#Contemporary dance at its most dynamic, powerful, and poetic

Explore the vibrant world of contemporary dance in a thrilling new season of Queensland Ballet’s Bespoke. Now in its fifth year, this striking triple bill of modern dance offers audiences an opportunity to witness elite ballet dancers in dynamic contemporary spaces.  

In celebration of the opening of Queensland Ballet’s new theatre at the heritage-listed Thomas Dixon Centre, this year’s Bespoke promises an engaging mix of daring, original works that will defy ideas about what dance is, what dance can do, and how dance is experienced. Renowned Australian choreographers Greg Horsman, Petros Treklis, and Stephanie Lake have collaborated with dancers and artists to create three compelling new pieces of innovative storytelling, using visual art, music, and the depths of human emotion as elements of inspiration.  

Intricately detailed, musically brilliant, light, dark, and haunting, 2022’s Bespoke offers a sublime merging of classical technique with emotional depth that will lure audiences out of the traditional theatre space and into an intriguing dimension of artistic possibility.



Choreographer Petros Treklis

Lighting Designer Cameron Goerg

Costume Designer Zoe Griffiths

Music New work by James Brown



Choreographer Stephanie Lake

Music New work by Robin Fox

Costume Stylist Zoe Griffiths

Lighting Designer Cameron Goerg


A Rhapsody in Motion

Choreographer Greg Horsman

Music Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43, recorded by Philadelphia Orchestra with conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin and pianist Daniil Trifinov

Costume Designer Zoe Griffiths

Lighting Designer Cameron Goerg

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30 years & under$70

Thomas Dixon Centre

406 Montague Rd,
West End QLD 4101,


Approx. 2 hours, including two 20-minute intervals


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Greg Horsman

Greg Horsman

Choreographer (A Rhapsody in Motion)

Stephanie Lake

Stephanie Lake

Choreographer (Biography)

Petros Treklis

Choreographer (Tethered)

Robin Fox

Robin Fox

Music (Biography)

James Brown

Music (Tethered)

Sergei Rachmaninoff

Music (A Rhapsody in Motion)

Cameron Goerg

Cameron Goerg

Lighting Designer

Zoe Griffiths

Costume Designer

Post show Q&A

Q&A post show panel discussion with creatives and dancers. Held on Saturday 23rd July after 1.30pm show. This session will be AUSLAN interpreted. There is no longer a Tuesday evening Q&A, as previously advertised.

Beyond the Stage

Add something special to your experience with our selection of programs that complement Queensland Ballet’s live performances throughout each season.

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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and perform. Long before we performed on this land, it played host to the dance expression of our First Peoples. We pay our respects to their Elders — past, present and emerging — and acknowledge the valuable contribution they have made and continue to make to the cultural landscape of this country.

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