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A stunning spectacular of amazing feats in balance, strength, agility and more, Cacus Circus brought a gasp-worthy performance to the USQ Artsworx theatre in late November.
Crowds were ushered in to the amphitheatre, to an intimate feel created by soft lighting and small round tables set up near the stage with red velvet tablecloths and cheese platters.
The audience was introduced to the upcoming 2018 season by Artsworx Manager Mark, who spoke with humour and enthusiasm about the events that underpin USQ’S desire to cultivate ideas, perspective, curiosity and community.
A special mention goes to the Mcgregor School, celebrating 50 years in 2018, and for which there will be an exhibition to celebrate during the year.
The seamless performance itself left the audience both gasping in suspense and laughing at the playful antics of the five performers.
A highlight for many of the audience was when one of the performers stood on his head on a trapeze, without holding on with hands or feet.
A truly spectacular night, the rest of the Artsworx season shall be worth seeing. The reviewer’s ticket was supplied by USQ Artsworx.