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29 May 2024

12:30 pm - 12:45 pm

Performance Date: Wednesday 29th May at 12:30pm sharp. Location: Quay Quarter Tower Lobby 50 Bridge Street, Sydney


Set to take place as part of Reconciliation Week 2024, this week physical theatre company Legs On The Wall is set to debut an original aerial performance, Now and Ever, at Sydney’s Quay Quarter Tower.
Co-directed by Frances Rings of Bangarra Dance Theatre and scored by esteemed Indigenous composer William Barton, this ground-breaking performance will be free to the public for the public to attend and watch.   Legs On The Wall artists Tamara Bouman, a Birrpai contemporary dance artist, and Joshua Doctor, descended from Yuwaalaraay, Gamilaraay, and Gubbi Gubbi peoples, will perform alongside the company’s world-class riggers.

The performance will run for roughly 14 minutes with the work being described as an artistic expression of reconciliation’s ongoing significance for all Australians. Artistic director of Legs On The Wall Joshua Thomson said Now and Ever is much more than just an engaging performance but a form of artistic expression with an underlying message.

“What an absolute pleasure to work with such powerhouses in traditional contemporary storytelling. Now and Ever is a statement and a reminder of not only the path ahead of us but also the path we walk together already. I encourage audiences to join us, share in the journey, and witness these incredible First Nations artists,” he said.

Quay Quarter marketing manager, Layal Mansouri revealed that she eager to see the the return of Legs On The Wall after the company performed their work Lovers (a 20-minute choreographed aerial duet exploring the powerfully simple and universally relatable concept of the love: view the video here), a Sydney World Pride 2023 co-commission, in the building’s expansive foyer.

“Their ground-breaking work aligns with our commitment to foster a diverse and inclusive community. We know this performance will leave a lasting impact,” she said.