Theatre and dance artist, Gretel Burgess and her team undertook a week-long residency in the Rehearsal Room to develop new work, “Coagulation” exploring the connection between mental health conditions and the curdling of blood.
There’s Something Stinky in the Fridge is a melting pot of musical wonderment for children and adults alike!
Lingua Franca will explore and strengthen their physical performance practice and develop the visibility of, capacity for and participation in physical theatre in Canberra.
Breathless and haunting Japanese percussion threads together stories of the pressures, anxieties and pragmatism of the COVID-19 threat.
Invocation calls in the sacred to restore the dance of life, nature’s patterns of regeneration and the natural rhythms and harmonies between people and Earth.
Professional theatre and film practitioner Rachel Pengilly will be working in the Rehersal Room at Belconnen Arts Centre during her artist residency to continue to develop her original new work, Legacies.
Christopher Samuel Carroll is an actor, writer, and theatre-maker. He is currently an artist in residence at Belco Arts.
David Finnigan and Nathan Harrison from Boho Interactive are undertaking a 4-day residency in our Rehearsal Room for an intensive devising period immediately following their group research in Sydney.
Leah Blankendaal is our current 2-week Rhizome resident and will be generating a new sound/ music work in response to the current suite of exhibitions.
Earthbound is a 5-month residency at Belco Arts exploring the creation of new work with multidisciplinary artists of multiple generations.
Placing the imagination of young artists front and centre, this weekly workshop will develop skills in theatre making and performance
Enjoy an intimate evening with Steve Kilbey, the charismatic leader of iconic Australian band The Church.
Presented by Jazida Productions
Warehouse Circus has delivered 30 years of youth-driven circus, and this show was inspired by all that history.
Starting as strangers, three performers throw themselves together to explore how we can be intimate in a world that asks us to be distant.
Belco Arts’ Mess is hybrid physical theatre that plays with the shadows and light found in isolation and self-made mess.