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Like something from a surrealist nightmare, these Long-Arm weirdo`s really aren`t easy to categorise. They`re 4 lost souls reaching out who just want to be hugged.
Bizarre walkabout characters; part man, part telly. Funny thing is, thanks to a camera mounted on the TV, what you see on-screen is yourself. Very puzzling indeed.
He’s big, he`s bad, he`s born again for 2005. At 9′ tall and 6′ wide, this jointed mechanical construction is a most cuddly and popular character
Amazing giant robots in disguise. Visually stunning and sculpted from colourful high-density foam; bristling with weaponry!
Entertainer and variety compere, Steve creates performances and educational interactives in a range of settings.
Possibly Australia’s most famous unknown entity.
Mat Ricardo is an expert high-level object manipulator, ground-breaking originator of spectacular feats of dexterity – and he’s funny too!
Music for Change
Music for change create unique and exciting events, working with artists from all over the world.
Big Rory & Ochie the Dog
Rory is a walkabout of two (man & dog!). Lots of people scream with laughter on every outing, in any language, honestly!
The Baghdaddies pump out an eclectic fusion of rhythms and melodies plucked from around the world that are guaranteed to raise your spirits!
Circus Bone Idle
Circus Bone Idle develops work which intergrates clowning, circus and carnival costume to create mainly visual imagery and physical comedy.
Kinetika Bloco is a drumming and brass ensemble that takes its musical inspiration from the traditional bands of Salvador, Jazz, Hip-Hop, funk and African drumming.
The Bicycle Ballet Co
The Bicycle Ballet Company creates exhilarating outdoor performances on bikes, exploring the joyful highs and gritty lows of cycling. The choreographies fuse dance and physical theatre with visual spectacle, comedy and striking soundtracks.
Large and medium scale, static & cycle-about
The Black Eagles
Originally from Tanzania The Black Eagles learnt their acrobatic skills at the age of six on the streets of Dar-Es-Salaam.