Nobody does it better: Skyfall returns to Brisbane this Month!
The runaway hit of Brisbane Festival 2021, The Little Red Company’s SKYFALL: The Music of James Bond has renewed its licence to thrill in a return season at QPAC’s Playhouse from 18 – 21 May 2022.
Gorgeous gowns and sharp suits abound as a heart-stopping wall of sound and jaw-dropping special effects combine to pay homage to 007 exactly 60 years since first Bond film Dr No. was released in 1962. SKYFALL is sleeker than a high-speed luxury car chase and smoother than a vodka martini ...
Girl and Guitar is coming to the Brisbane Powerhouse!
Each of these artists will take their turn paying homage to the female guitarists and vocalists who’ve blazed the trail and inspired new generations of artists. It is an all too rare thing to see a girl and guitar taking centre stage but when she does, you’re going to listen.
Joined onstage by a full band, expect stories, signature songs and righteous riffs from the likes of Joan Jett, Melissa Etheridge, Courtney Love, Tracey Chapman, Buffy Saint Marie, PJ ...
HTRK are coming to Brisbane!
Formed in 2003, HTRK have blazed a sprawling musical trail, collaborating with the late Roland S. Howard, artists Gian Manik, David Ferrando Giraut and Laure Prouvost, scoring films, headlining sold-out international tours and releasing a string of critically acclaimed records, including Psychic 9–5 Club (2014), named among the best albums of the last decade.
Their fourth album, the richly melancholic Venus in Leo (2019) was released to more plaudits, with ...
Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves is coming to the Brisbane Powerhouse!
The Little Red Company creators of smash-hits Christmas Actually and There's Something About Music bring to life Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves as the third production in its soundtrack songbook trilogy.
Sisterhood, individuality, diversity, inclusion and the unifying power of music. The audience can expect to be captivated by heaven-sent hits from Diana Ross and the Supremes, Lauryn Hill and Tina Turner, performed by divine divas Prinnie Stevens, Angela ...
The Grigoryan Brothers are coming to the Brisbane Powerhouse this February!
Crafted around 18 personally selected and culturally significant objects, The Grigoryan Brothers will perform a program of original works, influenced from classical to jazz and contemporary music, on a variety of guitars including electric, 8 string tenor ukulele, 12 string and classical guitars that take us from the deep past of early Indigenous Australians to the making of contemporary Australian society.
The Grigoryan Brothers
25 February 2022
Robert Forster – Life Begins Again
Dubbed “the truest and strangest poet of his generation”, Forster is a statesman of Australian indie music. Seven solo records and co-founder of one of Australia’s most prolific bands in the 1980s (The Go-Betweens), he returns to the streets of his town for one night only.
“I’m ready to leave home. To re-engage with what I enjoy doing most. It will be the beginning of 2022, and I have just two shows booked for the year. Thankfully, one of them is in ...
Candlelight: Tribute to Daft Punk at The Princess Theatre
Electronic music as you've never heard it before: using classical instruments to play non-classical music in new and innovative ways. The perfect opportunity to reinvent the heritage of the duo and to salute their immense talent... One more time!
What You Will Enjoy
An intimate ambience in a beautiful venue bathed in candlelight
A talented string ensemble performing classics by Daft Punk
Stunning architecture of iconic venue The Princess Theatre
Midnight Oil’s final tour!
The band also announced that this will be their final concert tour while making it clear that this does not mean the end of the Oils. Each of the members will continue their own projects over the years ahead. They remain very open to recording new music together in future and supporting causes in which they believe but this will be their last tour.
From the northern beaches of Sydney to the streets of Manhattan, they have stopped traffic, inflamed passions, ...
Neil Young’s Harvest Live 50th Anniversary presented by ARC this February
This follows ARC’s two sold-out and critically acclaimed tours of The Beatles “Abbey Road” in 2019 when the band presented The Beatles masterpiece with forensic detail to rapturous applause every night.
In February 1972, Neil Young released what would become his most successful record. “Harvest” was his fourth studio album and followed on from the brilliant “After the Gold Rush” becoming the biggest selling album of 1972, giving Neil Young his first #1 album and single with ...