A new show where dancers perform in the nude is making headlines - because the audience has to be naked, too. The show promises to take the audience into an "immersive, intimate world where art meets dance".
It's mandatory for every member of the crowd to be completely clothes-less if they want to come and watch the performance.
The show, called Nude Live, has been featured at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney. It aims to demonstrate how the connection between a human's most natural form and how the body responds to other people and their cultures.
Choreographed by Rafael Bonachela, the shows sees dancers responding to paintings, sculptures and photographs by renowned artists including Pablo Picasso, Lucian Freud, Henri Matisse and Louise Bourgeois.
The show is recommended for people over 16 years of age and specifies that clothed audience members will not be admitted. Tickets are priced at $60 - $65 (£45 - £50) for the show, which will last one hour.
The performance promises to "take you into an immersive, intimate world where art meets dance."