Dust banner.JPG

Dancenorth with Liminal Spaces presents Dust
Created by Amber Haines and Kyle Page

dust - townsville preview

Join Dancenorth for an exclusive preview of our latest work Dust ahead of its World Premiere at Brisbane Festival 2018 held at the Powerhouse Theatre, Brisbane.

Wednesday 12th September 2018, 7pm

Dancenorth Theatre, Townsville

Thursday 13th September 2018, 7pm

Dancenorth Theatre, Townsville

Featuring live violin by Canada’s Jessica Moss (Thee Silver Mt Zion) and an architecturally designed set by award winning Liminal Spaces, Dust  is as an investigation into the architecture of personal, social, cultural and political inheritance.

Limited tickets available.
To purchase tickets, please click the button below.

dust - world premiere - brisbane festival 2018

Created by Dancenorth's Artistic Director Kyle Page and Associate Artistic Director Amber Haines, Dancenorth's audacious new work Dust takes a deep daring dive into how - through the lottery of birth - we inherit the architecture of restriction and opportunity.  

Premiering at this year's Brisbane Festival in September, Dust explores whether we question, challenge, resist, build upon or transcend the social, cultural, political and personal inheritance systems and structures created by those that came before us. 


Wednesday 19th September 2018, 7pm

Thursday 20th September 2018, 7pm

Friday 21st September 2018, 7pm

Saturday 22nd September 2018, 7pm

Brisbane Powerhouse, Powerhouse Theatre 

"You would be on a pretty safe ground if you said that Dancenorth was the most exciting contemporary dance company in the country right now," said Brisbane Festival Artistic Director David Berthold.   

"Following multi-award winner Attractor at last year's Brisbane Festival, which has enjoyed international success as well as acclaimed home seasons in Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth, we're confident that we've got something pretty special on our hands with Dust," Berthold said. 

Dust receives its world premiere 19 – 22 September at the Powerhouse Theatre, Brisbane Powerhouse, as part of Act Two of this year’s Brisbane Festival.