ACAPTA 2013 Annual Fundraiser: ‘Big Night Out’

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7.00pm, Thursday 26th September 2013

Chasers Nightclub, 386 Chapel Street, South Yarra

$25.00 Prebooked  |  $30.00 Door sales
Drinks at bar prices.





As part of our Fundraiser, we’re holding a silent auction. You can check out the auction items HERE.

Items will be continually added on a regular basis leading up to the 26th of September. If you’re unable to attend the fundraiser but still want to contribute, this is a great way to do so [and you get an awesome 'thing' too!]

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Our 2013 ACAPTA Annual Fundraiser: ‘Big Night Out’ is happening in Melbourne this month!

Shake off your winter and get ready to strut your stuff when the CARNIES blitz Chaser’s on September 26th.

ACAPTA will be presenting excerpts of some of the newest and most exciting work from around the Country, including sneak peeks of yet to be seen Australian premieres and incredible snippets of work straight from the Edinburgh Fringe stages!

So put on your best party frock and get ready to marvel as circus madmen and women from all over Australia tear up CHASERS to support ACAPTA and the circus community.


  • Kate Wright  [Mistress of Ceremony]
  • Maude Davey [performing a couple of numbers from 'My life in the nude']
  • Die Roten Punkte
  • A4 Circus Ensemble [performing a sneak preview of their new 2013 Melbourne Fringe Festival show ASORÉ – A Series Of Rare Events]
  • Mitch Jones [aka Captain Ruin]
  • Rockie Stone [direct from her award winning Edinburgh show: Flight or Fright]
  • One Trick Pony
  • Daniel Power
  • Gabi Barton and Anna Lumb [performing an excerpt from Sweatshop]
  • Morgan Wilson and Thomas MacDonald [performing a sneak preview of their new 2013 Melbourne Fringe Festival show …We Should Quit]
  • and loads more super slick and sexy, but still secret circus artists!

Stay tuned to this webpage and our FaceBook event for more exciting details to come…


This is an ACAPTA fundraiser. Please help us raise much needed funds to support the operations of our peak body for the Australian contemporary circus and physical theatre sector so that we can continue to support the on-going development of our sector through consultation, networking, advocacy, lobbying and collaboration to produce vibrant and world-class opportunities for Australian circus artists.

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Australian Circus & Physical Theatre Association