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Talbot Theatre, Thomas Dixon Centre

Talbot Theatre, Thomas Dixon Centre

#Venture into the unknown with three stunning world première contemporary works.


Compelling, challenging, and always thought-provoking, Bespoke returns for a sixth season with a triple bill by leading Australian choreographers Paul Boyd, Natalie Weir and Remi Wörtmeyer.

This celebration of collaboration and original creativity offers audiences the chance to explore the vibrant world of contemporary dance in an intimate environment at the new Talbot Theatre, inside the recently redeveloped Thomas Dixon Centre.

With a performance career spanning more than 25 years across Europe and Australia, Paul Boyd is an inventive and creative choreographer whose works have been part of the repertoires of Queensland Ballet, The Australian Ballet's Bodytorque series, Basel Ballet, Oper der Stadt Bonn, John Neumeier’s Bundesjugendballett in Hamburg, The Royal Ballet School and Sydney City Youth Ballet, and have toured to New York, Japan, Berlin and Dubai. He is currently also Head of the Queensland Ballet Academy Program (Upper School) and Resident Choreographer.

Natalie Weir is known internationally for her highly physical partner work, her organic movement style and her touching insight into humanity. In her 30-plus year career, she has created major new works for world class companies including Queensland Ballet, The Australian Ballet, West Australian Ballet, Australasian Dance Collective (formerly Expressions Dance Company), Houston Ballet, Hong Kong Ballet and American Ballet Theatre. Natalie was appointed Queensland Ballet's Resident Choreographer in 2020.

Remi Wörtmeyer is an award-winning choreographer and former Principal Dancer, most recently with the Dutch National Ballet, whose acclaimed choreographic works have been performed across the world in ballet companies and international galas.

Using music, art, and the artists themselves as inspiration, Bespoke presents a sublime merging of classical technique with emotional depth that will lure you into new dimensions of creativity


Production performed to recorded music.

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Price



Premium Reserve - single ticket prices
Adult$80
Concession$68
30 years & under$64
Child$48
Family$205
Groups
Groups of 5 or more$68
School groups$35
Production performed to recorded music.

Season Tickets

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Venue
Thomas Dixon Centre

406 Montague Rd,
West End QLD 4101,
Brisbane


Duration

To be confirmed closer to the performance.

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Paul Boyd

Paul Boyd

Choreographer

Natalie Weir

Natalie Weir

Choreographer

Remi Wörtmeyer

Choreographer



Post show Q&A

Post show Q&A panel discussion with creatives and dancers. Held on Saturday 29 July 2023 after the 1.30pm show. This session will be AUSLAN interpreted.

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#Season Ticket Package


Grande

Adult $64
Concession¹ $54
30 years & under² $51
Child³ $38

Petite

Adult $68
Concession¹ $58
30 years & under² $54
Child³ $41


¹Full Pensioners, QLD Government Seniors Card, Industry (MEAA) Members, Full-time students over 30, Unemployed. National Seniors Card not applicable

²Aged 30 years old and under at the time of booking, ID required

³Aged 13 years old and under at the time of booking – children aged 18 months and over must hold a ticket

Selected ticket delivery methods may incur an additional charge. The minimum price listed may be available for selected performances only. Please see the event calendar when booking for the available date(s) and time(s) of this performance.

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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