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| BNE September/October 2016


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We’ve seen him levitate in front of Brazil’s

iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, pull a

feather through a mirror backstage at the

Moulin Rouge in Paris (in front of a gaggle

of Aussie dancers) and somehow transfer

the (sketched) sunglasses off skateboard

art onto the top of his own head at Venice

Beach on the TV hit

Dynamo Magician


but finally Steven Frayne, aka

Dynamo (


), is coming to Australia for

the first time to perform his magic live.

See what has had celebrities and hundreds

of thousands of spectators around the

world totally bamboozled. At Brisbane

Entertainment Centre, Boondall, 8

November. Tickets from $79.90 plus fees.




Award-winning 3D chalk artist Jenny McCracken will be back at

Brisbane Festival this year creating her visual illusions on the

pavement at South Bank. McCracken always creates a spot

where people can put themselves ‘in her picture’ – ‘balancing’

on a plane wing, ‘walking’ a tightrope, ‘sitting’ on a chair or

‘stepping’ into a box. Festival organisers will encourage

visitors to the Chalk Walk to take photos and share them

on social media to win prizes. See Jenny McCracken’s

street art, sponsored by Brisbane Airport Corporation,

from 3-24 September at Arcadia, Cultural Forecourt

South Bank, free event. For children’s workshops

details see



Bundaberg performer Rebecca

Hutchins (


) and others

in the region have worked with

Brisbane’s Women in Voice creative

team, founder Annie Peterson,

director Lewis Jones and singer/

songwriter Emma Dean, to create

their own stage production,

Bundaberg in Voice, which will

be part of Crush Festival from

7-16 October. The 10-day festival

is packed full of mini festivals,

including the Travelling Film

Festival, Rum and Food Festival and

Writefest, as well as art workshops,

exhibitions, markets

and performances. Bundaberg

in Voice will be on 14-15

October at the Playhouse

Theatre, Bundaberg. For details