Bespoke


Talbot Theatre, Thomas Dixon Centre

Talbot Theatre, Thomas Dixon Centre

#Contemporary dance at its most daring and dynamic.


Edgy, contemporary and entirely original, Bespoke returns for a season of dynamic new works created by renowned local and international choreographers. Expect a colourful merging of classical technique with emotional depth in a trio of contemporary works that explores what dance is and how far it can go.  

Three innovative choreographers will collaborate with dancers and artists to create three bright new pieces of storytelling inspired by music, visual art, and emotion. 

Wakka Wakka and Kombumerri choreographer Katina Olsen joins us for the first time, from a career spanning from Bangarra Dance Theatre to companies throughout Australia and internationally. Milena Sidorova is an award-winning Ukrainian-Dutch choreographer and Young Creative Associate at the Dutch National Ballet. Australian choreographer and Queensland Ballet Associate Choreographer Jack Lister has created mainstage works for Queensland Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet, and Australasian Dance Collective to critical and audience acclaim. 

Now in its seventh year, Bespoke offers audiences an opportunity to witness elite ballet dancers in exciting modern spaces. Intricately detailed, musically brilliant, and always alluring, this new season will ignite the senses and entice audiences into a realm of artistic possibility. 


Music for Katina Olsen’s work is performed and commissioned by Southern Cross Soloists (SXS) and the SXS Didgeridoo Commissioning Project, composed by Seán O’Boyle AM and Chris Williams, featuring Wakka Wakka didgeridoo soloist and SXS Artist in Residence, Chris Williams.

Milena Sidorova and Jack Lister’s works will be performed to recorded music. 

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Adult$84
Concession$72
30 years & under$68
Child$51
Group 6+$72

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Venue
TALBOT THEATRE
THOMAS DIXON CENTRE

406 Montague Road
West End
QLD 4101


Accessibility
Auslan Interpreted Q&A

Duration

To be confirmed closer to the performance.

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Katina Olsen

Choreographer - gundirgan, wise woman

Milena Sidorova

Choreographer

Jack Lister

Jack Lister

Choreographer - Papillon

Southern Cross Soloists

Musicians (Katina Olsen's work)

Ben Hughes

Ben Hughes

Lighting Designer

Louis Frere-Harvey

Louis Frere-Harvey

Composer - Papillon



Plan your visit

Everything you need to know about the Thomas Dixon Centre's Talbot Theatre before you visit. Make sure you're prepared so you know where to eat, park, and how to get there.

Post-performance Q&A

Saturday 27 July - 1.30pm

Auslan interpreted post-performance Q&A panel discussion with creatives and dancers.

Group bookings

Concessions are available for school and adult group bookings. To make an enquiry call (07) 3013 6666 or email.

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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