Experience a rowdy circus party!

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Sassy, sexy, funny and nail biting

Drawing from hip hop, trap and drum and bass influences, Tibia throws down the ultimate new-circus music video. With a live DJ, slick comedy infused with acrobatic antics, nail-biting chair balance, explosive juggling and gut-wrenching aerial beauty, Stack That Bass is a celebration; it is the anticipation before the beat drops, it is the leap of faith and it is the euphoria of success - leaving the audience higher than the DJ!

Join the Tibia crew for a rowdy circus party like you've never seen before, generating the raw electricity and excitement that only live acrobatics can. Sassy, sexy, funny and often-times downright deadly, Stack That Bass is a kiwi-as devised circus and live electronic music mashup featuring original music from Ed Zuccollo (Trinity Roots/Rhian Sheehan/Zuke) and creative facilitation from Geoff Gilson (The Dust Palace). Stack That Bass is the bass-heavy circus brain child of four acrobatic friends from Aotearoa New Zealand.

Performances are:

  • Wednesday 6 March, 8.00pm

  • Thursday 7 March, 8.00pm

Prices*: Adult $30.00; Student (with ID) $23.00; Senior Citizen (65+) $23.00 *Service fees may apply. 

Performance length: approx. 2 hours (incl. interval). Latecomers will be seated when appropriate. Tickets are for allocated seating. See Ticketing T&Cs for the Hannah's policies on phones, photos and large items

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Tibia Acrobatics

Tibia explores the quirks and personal worlds of four circus artists and their acrobatic craft. Raw and unassuming, the audience are treated to a lighthearted, gravity defying jaunt through the minds and inner worlds of four friends across a series of vignettes - bound together by the fabric of these companionships they navigate the joys of success, the potential of failure, deep trust, and the passion of inspiration.

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