Shakespeare meets Tim Finn for Queensland Theatre’s Twelfth Night at QPAC this April!
A shipwreck sets in motion a wild and whimsical tale of mistaken identities, separated twins, rebellious servants, unrequited love and a pair of ridiculous yellow stockings. After the twelfth night, the land of Illyria will never be the same.
Washed ashore and separated from her twin brother, the plucky Viola must learn to survive alone in an exotic foreign country. Disguising herself as a man, she quickly becomes entangled in a web of amorous pursuits gone awry. ...
The Killers Australian Arena Tour!
The Killers will be heading to Australia to perform in Brisbane, Sydney and Perth, before wrapping up the tour at Melbourne’s Hisense Arena on Friday 4 May.
‘They write razor-sharp irresistible synth-rock anthems, with colossal choruses that sting and gleam and they perform them with a slickness and proficiency that may just be in their Las Vegas blood.’ – The Guardian
‘They have a good time on stage – and it’s infectious.’ – Independent
'Flowers sounds great, ...
World Science Festival Brisbane 2018 Film Program Line-up!
This year’s program of events includes an exceptional film line-up including the world premiere of Close Encounters of the Third Kind featuring an 84-piece orchestra and 80-voice choir. This stunning international collaboration between World Science Festival Brisbane, Film Concerts Live! And Columbia Pictures brings together cinema, science and live music in one spectacular evening of extra-terrestrial excitement.
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND IN CONCERT: WORLD PREMIERE | 24 ...
I carry your heart exhibition by Brisbane artist Sarah Sculley!
Jugglers Art Space will be taken over by a range of colourful and emotive artworks that explore a number of muses from the inside out. The collection aims to unite people from across the globe, from different backgrounds and beliefs and to offer you the opportunity to empathize, understand and connect.
Included are a number of collaborative works with Ladies on Wall - street artists from Jakarta, Indonesia.
I carry your heart Exhibition
17 March - 27 March ...
World Science Festival Brisbane 2018
World Science Festival explores and celebrates the entanglement of science and art through a curated program of thought-provoking conversations, inspiring theatrical and cinematic experiences, interactive workshops and engaging demonstrations.
Queensland Museum Network has secured the exclusive licence to host World Science Festival in the Asia Pacific from 2016-21.
The only global extension of this hugely popular initiative, World Science Festival Brisbane ...
LANY to tour Australia this March!
A buzz band from the very beginning, LANY (standing for Los Angeles New York) kicked off in 2014 when Paul Klein, Les Priest and Jake Goss folded their respective musical dreams into one unifying vision. Utilising an ancient laptop and a wealth of ideas, they put together a few cuts of irresistibly smooth synth-pop in the vein of Phoenix and Glass Animals; glowing with charm and melody.
On a whim, they uploaded two of these tracks; Hot Lights and Walk Away, onto SoundCloud, hoping for a ...
Ecca Vandal Joins Incubus on Their Huge 2018 Australian East Coast Tour!
After releasing her self-titled debut album Ecca Vandal in October of 2017, she has been busily touring her highly energetic live set across the country, captivating thousands at the Falls festivals and dazzling fans at her own headline shows.
Ecca has been labelled an enigma thanks to her musical pedigree and her defiant strut into a tornado of genre-defying releases and performances, she has made it impossible for anyone to categorize her sound.
These shows ...
Two Minutes to Midnight: Nuclear Cinema at GoMA
The program encompasses multiple genres and cinematic forms, including gripping depictions of human survival (Barefoot Gen 1983), merciless satires (Dr. Strangelove 1964), unflinching dystopian prophecies (Letters from a Dead Man 1986), and radioactively tinged science fiction (La Jetée 1962). Using the frameworks of traditional feature films, animation, experimental and short cinema, these works explore a topic that is frightening, mesmerising, and almost unimaginable.
The 39 Steps now playing at the Cremorne Theatre QPAC!
In this production, Jon Halpin directs an all-Queensland cast of four including; Hugh Parker (Scenes from a Marriage, Noises Off!), Liz Buchanan (Much Ado About Nothing & Gimm Tales), Leon Cain (I Love You Bro, Orphans & An Oak Tree) and Bryan Probets (Pirates of the Caribbean & The Great Gatsby).
Halpin said he feels blessed to be able to revisit Patrick Barlow’s work (creator of the original stage adaptation in London 2005). “This is my fourth outing as director on a ...
Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke Solo 2018 Australian Tour
Produced in response to the birth of his first daughter Savannah and reflecting several significant life changes, Fatherland (Okereke’s third solo work after 2010’s The Boxer and 2014’s Trick) has been met with luminous critical acclaim and will set a reverent tone for these unique performances in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
Legendary for dissecting the tumult of modern life through his much-loved back catalogue, the Bloc Party frontman has taken a step back from the bright ...