A Simple Space

A total triumph!
The Guardian (UK)

Stripped back and raw… an awe-inspiring display of strength, skill and creativity
The Advertiser

Simultaneously raw, frantic and delicate, seven skilled acrobats push their physical limits without reserve.  Supported by driving percussion, immersed in every moment, A Simple Space evokes real responses in audiences, visceral rather than cerebral.

There’s no fine-tuning of performances with make-up, lighting and contrived theatrical overlay.  Sitting close to a stripped back stage, the audience feel the heat, see the sweat and hear every breath.

Armed with nothing more than brute strength and cat-like agility, these acrobats break down their usual guards, introducing the reality of possible failure and weakness.  With nothing left to hide behind, personal narratives shine through.  This honesty is the essence of A Simple Space.


Created & Performed by
Gravity & Other Myths

Triton Tunis-Mitchell
Lachlan Binns
Jascha Boyce
Martin Schreiber
Jacob Randall
Rhiannon Cave-Walker
Daniel Liddiard
Elliot Zoerner

Elliot Zoerner

Toured by Performing Lines

Information for Presenters

Now toured by Gravity & Other Myths.

Contact: Craig Harrison
General Manager


Presentation History

Sydney Festival
Sydney, NSW
Adelaide Fringe Festival
Adelaide, SA
Stora Teatern
Goteborg, Sweden
Vara Concert Hall
Vara, Sweden
Fabrik Potsdam
Potsdam, Germany
Montreal, Canada
London, UK
London, UK
Polo Circo Festival
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Christchurch Arts Festival
Christchurch, New Zealand
York Theatre
Vancouver, Canada
Irvine Barclay Theatre
Irvine, USA
Stewart Theatre
Raleigh, USA
Lake Placid Centre for the Arts
Lake Placid, USA
Weis Centre for Performing Arts
Lewisburg, USA
Blackrock Centre for the Arts
Germantown, USA
Södra Teatern
Stockholm, Sweden
Linköping Konsert & Kongress
Linköping, Sweden
Eskilstuna Teater
Eskilstuna, Sweden
Skövde Kulturhus
Skövde, Sweden
Falköpings Stadsteater
Falköpings, Sweden
Malmö Live Konserthus
Malmö, Sweden
Växjö Konserthus
Växjö, Sweden

Project Partners & Acknowledgements

In everything we do, we acknowledge that we live on Aboriginal land and constantly learn from the wisdom of First Peoples.

Where we are and the history that precedes us informs how we work and how we move forward.