Expect chaotic punk anarchy at the Princess Theatre next weekend.
A performance of new circus rock opera, Rock Bang, is coming to town.
Rock Bang is the project of Circus Oz, the world's longest-running contemporary circus, and parody duo Die Roten Punkte.
It tells the story of fictional siblings Otto and Astrid Rot; bringing together comedy, cabaret, and Berlin punk through a mashup of rock music, humour and death-defying acrobatics.
Recommended for ages 13 plus, the show was created specifically for adults and teenagers. There are mature themes and some cheeky suggestions of nudity.
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The dysfunctional siblings attempt to tell their fantastical life story of being orphaned as kids and growing up in artist-filled squats to become the darlings of Berlin's underground rock scene.
Circus Oz artistic director Rob Tannion said Rock Bang was a sensory feast of heart-stopping stunts, physical ridiculousness, soaring guitars, thumping drums and contagious tunes.
"[The show is] a riotous hard-rocking Circus Oz explosion detonated by Otto and Astrid," he said.
"It combines loud rock music, big speakers, unapologetic circus skills and tricks, alongside plenty of stupidity and laughter."
See Rock Bang on Saturday, July 20, at 7.30pm at the Princess Theatre. Tickets cost $60 full, $50 concession, and $30 child under 16, through theatrenorth.com.au.