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Once in a while something raises the hair on the back of your neck. Something incredibly minimal, beautiful & breakable. This is that show. Small in approach, big in ideas. When he was a child Nick Steur balanced rocks on top of each other. At a crucial time in his artistic career, he rediscovered this skill and created a performance with mindboggling stone sculpturing. No glue, cement or any other trick is involved. Seeing is almost believing…it’s all about concentration and "finding the balance between your own force of will, and that of the stone". Share some of his focus and we might experience that true happiness lies in the luxury of being occupied with one thing only.

Produced by Richard Jordan Productions, & Theater-aan-Zee in association with Theatre Royal Plymouth, Big in Belgium and Summerhall.

By arrangement with Adelaide Festival.


Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 April – Melbourne Gardens
1pm and 4pm

Saturday 14  and Sunday 15 April – Cranbourne Gardens
11am and 3pm

Duration: 50 - 80 mins


Meet at Visitor Centre


$20 Adult
$16 Concession, Friends' member and Children under 15

Limited tickets. Book now!


Highly visual performance

Wheelchair accessible

If you are a wheelchair user, please advise our friendly visitor experience staff prior to your attendance by calling; 

Melbourne Gardens 03 9252 2429 or emailing mbookings@rbg.vic.gov.au

Cranbourne Gardens 03 5990 2200 or emailing rbgc@rbg.vic.gov.au

Bookings / Enquiries 


T 03 9252 2429

T 03 5990 2200


Bookings required, cancellation and refund policy applies.

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