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Event - Concrete & Bone, Sydney Festival


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It wouldn't really be January in Sydney without attending at least one festival show...

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...however this year, not many of the Sydney Festival attractions really caught my eye.

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There was one notable exception - the Branch Nebula production Concrete & Bone.

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(After all, I loved Paradise City, one of their previous shows.)

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This show combines dance, parkour, BMX & skating in a uniquely beautiful way.


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Performers, including the immensely talented Kathryn Puie float, fly and are propelled over the austere concrete surrounds of the Dulwich Hill Skate Park in Jack Shanahan Reserve.

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They've created an wesome soundscape too, with speakers on the performers' bodies.

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What's more, you can still book tickets for their shows on the 14-19th January, 2013 here: http://www.sydneyfestival.org.au/2013/Dance/Concrete-and-Bone-Sessions/

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You might also like to keep your eyes peeled for some of the great Sydney Festival dining deals popping up in a number of restaurants I have reviewed including Ananas, Chophouse, The Cut and my personal pick of the bunch, The Woods.

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In fact, I'm a bit tempted myself to head in between 5:30pm and 7pm Monday to Saturday to snaffle up Hamish Ingham's special menu of your choice of entrée and main with a glass of wine OR main and dessert with a glass of wine for a bargain $55 per person. After all, Sydney's summer doesn't last very long - lap it up!

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