Fourteen aerial artists are preparing to tumble, twirl, float and fall into our hearts at the Opera House this month.

Walking on Air is an innovative club night at the iconic venue that will feature an array of performances and music from Aerialize artists, DJ Gemma, Liz Martin Band, Craig Hull and Bridezilla.

Without giving too much away, the audience will see aerial theatre and stunts by sexy, fit bodies on seven-metre poles, double silks, stilts on trapeze, a man in the moon, a net -“ plus more, Hull told Sydney Star Observer.

The show will be directed by Sha McGovern and promises to push the limits of the Opera House’s ceilings in a captivating display of airborne and circus skills.

There is a journey from night to day and then to the outer worldly, Hull said.

Performers are dressed in sexy costumes highlighting the human body and colours of our journey, Walking On Air. As the GLBT community is very much into creative, sexy, strong imagery and energy, they will love this production.

DJ Gemma from the popular Club Kooky is the mastermind behind the show’s backing music.

Our journey starts at night with Bridezilla and transitions to Liz Martin, where day emerges, Hull said.

We are then taken to the outer worldly sounds with DJ Gemma.

With two shows already sold out, a new date has been added to this showcase -“ Thursday 15 May.

If you’re interested in joining the Aerialize team, there are classes for people of all skill levels.

The good thing about being part of Aerialize is you start at a level your body is capable of achieving. As your fitness and endurance increases you can go to greater heights, Hull said.

Classes are fun, disciplined, challenging and the teachers are very respectful of each student’s level of fitness and ability.

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