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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.

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