About Us
O.pngutrageous Entertainment draws on a team of internationally acclaimed performers experienced in the creation of dynamic theatrical circus and music productions; a pool of experience which can be drawn upon depending on project/ event requirements.

Outrageous Entertainment offers performances in the skills of Stilt Walking, Fire Dancing, Human Statues, Children's Entertainment and Workshops, Circus Acts, Musical Circus and music acts, and a multitude of other Performance styles. The interactive performance concepts and spectacular showpieces both demonstrate and explore a world of extravagance and connection, stimulating the imagination with elaborate and unique costume design. 

With joy and dedication, Outrageous performers have been involved in a variety of community events. And their committed professionalism has made a difference to a great many corporate events. Working with companies including Microsoft, Samsung, BMW, Qantas, Mars, Nutrimetics, St George Bank, Foxtel, Masterfoods, Myers, Amex, NRMA, Telstra, Vodafone, ING, Sony Ericsson, in venues such as , the Opera House, Luna Park, Fox Studios, The Powerhouse museum, Darling Harbour, MCA, Botanical Gardens, Taronga Zoo and the QVB. They have also performed at the opening of the The Sydney City Tunnel and The Olympic Torch Relay. 

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 Audiences in Australia, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the United Kingdom have been fascinated and amazed by Outrageous Entertainment Performers and Performances; experiences which have touched the hearts and minds of people of all ages and backgrounds, at events both local and of international stature.

In the year 2000, in the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games, Outrageous Performers on 2 1/2 metre stilts participated, with honour, in the indigenous section of the ceremony. 

Outrageous Entertainment sets out to challenge both themselves and their audiences by addressing the different aspects of human nature that both define our differences and emphasis out similarities, coalescing in eliciting the joy of wonder. 

 
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