In SITU at St. George's Cathedral

June 15,16,17

Gutsy, fresh and engaging...catch it if you can! (Nina Levy)

In SITU is an annual season of original site-specific works from WA independent dance artists.

Initiated by performance trio Unkempt Dance in 2014, In SITU has now become a unique opportunity for artists and producers to explore an exciting new model of presenting independent choreography in enticing and unexpected locations throughout Perth. All proceeds from In SITU go to the artists involved

What began as a pop-up performance in Joe’s Barber in King Street in 2014, travelled to Fremantle Arts Centre in 2015 and took over the Courtyard of the State Theatre Centre of WA in 2016 courtesy of producing duo Emma Fishwick and Kynan Hughes.

In 2017 In SITU now heads to St George’s Cathedral with new partners TURA New Music

Where: St George’s Cathedral, Perth
When: June 15 , 16, 17
Three Shows Per Night: 6:00 pm, 7:15 pm, 8:30 pm
Duration: 60 minutes


In SITU 2017 features the works of Dominik Mall, Stefan Karlsson, Richard Cilli / Natalie Allen and Sarah Chaffey / Russell Thorpe. This year also includes composers and sound designers Tom O'Halloran, Dane Yates, Tao Issaro and Jack Burton, who will be collaborating with the four choreographers. 

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In SITU has been funded by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts. In SITU has also been made possible by the support of STRUT Dance Organisation, TURA New Music, St. George's Dance and Theatre and City of Perth Winter Arts Festival.

TURA New Music
Driving the evolution of music and the sonic arts.
Tura New Music is proudly approaching its 30th year as an internationally recognised organisation for the production and advocacy of groundbreaking programs, works and partnerships in music and the sonic arts. 

Tura New Music’s annual program is supported by The State Government of Western Australia through the Department of Culture and the Arts, in association with Lotterywest and The Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding advisory body.