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ADULT$15.00
CHILD 3YRS+$10.00
CHILD UNDER 3$0.00

Experience the mesmerizing beauty of nature as Sunflower Dancers presents "Seasons in Motion" at The Engine Room on December 9, 2023.
Join us for a captivating journey through the ever-changing tapestry of the seasons, where the magic of nature's transitions comes alive on stage.

With graceful choreography and expressive storytelling, our talented dancers will embody the essence of each season, creating a symphony of movement. From the vibrant blossoms of spring to the golden hues of autumn, from the sun-kissed days of summer to the serene landscapes of winter, witness the collaborative choreography of the performers and Maggie Alice.

Immerse yourself in the enchantment as our performers bring to life the beauty of blooming flowers, swirling leaves, gentle raindrops, and glistening snowflakes. Through their artistry, they will evoke the essence of each season. "Seasons in Motion" is a celebration of the harmonious dance between humanity and the natural world. It serves as a powerful reminder of our connection to the cycles of nature and the importance of preserving its delicate balance.

Don't miss this Sunflower Dancers event on December 9, 2023. Join us at The Engine Room for a morning filled with inspiring performances that will leave you with a renewed appreciation for the beauty of the seasons.


***Temporary altered access to View Street.***
Due to works, there is no pedestrian access via the carriageway from the QEO car park to View Street.

Pedestrians should use the Gaol Road car park exit to access View Street and the front entrance to The Capital and The Engine Room.


 

Tickets

 

ADULT

$15.00

 

CHILD 3YRS+

$10.00

 

CHILD UNDER 3

$0.00

The Venue: The Engine Room

 

Take a seat in the Engine Room and expect the unexpected – intimate, edgy and topical dramas, new pieces and reinterpretations of old favourites.

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BV&E acknowledges the Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung Peoples as the traditional custodians of the lands where our venues stand and where we share stories through art and culture.

We acknowledge and pay respect to their Elders past, present and future.