involves a sweet journey from innocence to experience, all the better for sitting lightly on proceedings. Kooza is buoyant and at times a little rough around the edges as performers can be seen clearly for what they are: not slick automatons but people doing bizarre things for the enjoyment of the audience and getting a kick out of it. Acts including the wheel of death, unicycle duo and highwire are crammed with feats of strength, balance and nerve. Kooza’s tribute to the golden days of circus also prominently features a trio of clowns who, I must report, seemed to delight the audience but tested my limits. Perhaps I have a mild case of coulrophobia. Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park, Sydney. Today, 4.30pm and 8pm. Tickets: $60-$150. Bookings: 1300 795 012 or online. Ends tomorrow. Salesman (Forushande) and Sound and Fury (Khashm-o Hayahou). Event Cinemas Top Ryde and Dendy Opera Quays. Tonight and tomorrow. Various session times Tickets: $35. Bookings: online. Nude This exhibition is a collaboration between the Tate London and the Art Gallery of NSW. It contains more than 100 major representations of the nude, including paintings, sculptures, photographs and prints by renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, Lucian Freud, Henri Matisse, Louise Bourgeois and Sarah Lucas. Art Gallery of NSW, Art Gallery Road, The Domain, Sydney. Thurs-Tues, 10am-5pm, Wed, 10am-10pm. Admission: $14-$24. Inquiries: (02) 9225 1700 or online. Until February 5. Nganampa Kililpil: Our Stars This exhibition will feature 50 artists from the seven art centres of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, 782 Kingsway, Gymea. Daily, 10am-5pm. Admission free. Inquiries: (02) 8536 5700 or online. Until December 11.