Brian Fuata: Apparitional Charlatan – Minor Appearances

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Time Out says

An exclusive performance piece inside the QVB's inner dome

Have you ever wondered what the inside of the majestic, multi-coloured dome of Sydney’s Queen Victoria Building looks like? You’re in luck. It'll re-open to the public exclusively for an ethereal, ghostly contemporary art piece by renowned performer Brian Fuata. 

Fuata will take over the space as part of the Biennale of Sydney, a multi-dimensional, vibrant celebration of all things art which is popping up in all sorts of unusual locations around the city.

This spooky, interpretive piece has taken Fuata to international stages in the past, and this time it’ll tap into the heritage building’s own eerie history. Did you know there have been ghost sightings inside the QVB? Fuata’s performance is capped at just 15 people per show, so you'll get the intimacy to take in the brilliance of his art, and the space to appreciate the architecture of the magnificent dome.  

Free tickets are available now for the two sessions on Saturday, April 11, and the tickets to the performances on April 18 will go live on Monday, March 16. 



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