An invigorating and moving performance that celebrates what it means to be First People—the lifeblood of this country.

Touring as part of the 2024 Touring Services Program

A moving acrobatic performance linking people, country and culture, where the unseen bonds between the body and the land become beautifully visible. 

This award-winning production from Na Djinang Circus explores the ancient connections tying First Nations people together, strong through bloodlines but irreparably damaged through colonisation. 

Four performers connect with each other physically and spiritually in a display of breathtaking acrobatics scored by avant-garde sound designer Danni Esposito

Arterial will both excite and move you as the performers celebrate what it means to be First People—the lifeblood of this country. The land its beating heart. 


Colac Otway Performing Arts and Cultural Centre
2 June 2024, 5pm

The Cube Wodonga
15 November 2024, 6.30pm

The Capital Theatre, Bendigo
21 November 2024, 7.30pm
22 November 2024, 11am

Geelong Performing Arts Centre
29 and 30 November 2024, 7.30pm

The Memo, Healesville
7 December 2024, 7.30pm

Frankston Arts Centre
17 February 2025, 7pm

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About This Event

When & Where

Colac Otway Performing Arts & Cultural Centre: 02/06/2024
The Capital Theatre: 21/11/2024
The Cube: 15/11/2024
Geelong Performing Arts Centre: 29/11/2024
Geelong Performing Arts Centre: 30/11/2024
Healesville Memorial Hall: 07/12/2024
Frankston Arts Centre: 17/02/2025

Presented by:

Na Djinang Circus

Art Form:

Circus / Physical Theatre

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