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Melting into Air is coming to the Australian Cinémathèque at GOMA this month!

‘Melting into Air’ illustrates the possibilities – and impossibilities – of capturing air on screen. These films consider the environmental consequences of mass industrialisation and the sublime potential of natural phenomena, humanity’s dreams of taking to the skies and the exquisite mechanics of respiration, the hidden mysteries within deep fogs and the transformative power of the invisible world around us.   //   This cinema program brings together films ...

Christmas Actually is coming to the Fortitude Music Hall this December!

Naomi Price and friends will return to stuff your stocking with the music of Love Actually live on stage, wrapped up with a sprig of holly and bucketloads of comedy and charm.   //   Relive the magic musical moments from your favourite festive film including hit songs by Mariah Care, Joni Mitchell, The Beatles and more. Brought to life by a band of Australia’s top musicians and superstar vocalists Naomi Price, Irene Lysiuk, Luke Kennedy and Tom Oliver. Bursting with ...

Valley Fiesta returns in a free, three-day celebration of music, culture and community!

Gather, feast, groove and enjoy Friday’s opening night at the all-ages King Street Food Fiesta as restaurants along the dining strip serve tasting plates of signature dishes from 4pm to 9pm, with roving entertainment and live music from Brisbane’s best emerging talent. Saturday dawns with the Hidden Lanes Festival Pop-Up inviting people of all ages to discover the secret treasures of Bakery, Winn and California Lanes.   //   Choose your own adventure as the sun ...

Larissa McGowan’s Cher is coming to the Brisbane Powerhouse!

Choreographer, dancer and fan, Larissa McGowan uses Cher’s iconic figure as a totem for exploring the reinvention of the universal aging female artist.   //   Cher is an inspired mash-up of gender, power and popular culture; a self-discovery of epic proportions; a headfirst dive into the artist’s path to immortality. “After a nuclear holocaust, all that will be left are cockroaches and Cher.” Jimmy James Cher 16 - 19 November 2022 Brisbane Powerhouse w...

Play Moves is coming to MoB this summer!

A celebration of sensory practice, Play Moves is a multi-generational exhibition that champions curiosity, creativity and the sheer joy of fun. For the first time in what feels like an age, this exhibition invites audiences to touch, move, explore and play like a child in a series of interactive art experiences that come alive when you engage with them. From high sensory experiences, to low sensory journeys, this exhibition invites you to tailor your own adventure to suit your needs. ...

The Mousetrap Theatre Review

Originally written by Agatha Christie as a present to Queen Mary, it was first broadcast on the wireless in 1947. At that time it was called Three Blind Mice. It eventually had its London Westend debut in 1952   //   The play is filled with your standard stage characters, the nasty upper-crust lady, the ditsy blonde, the arty type and the gumshoe to name a few. It’s to the written word’s worth that those well-known prototypes can still be fun to spend the night ...

First Casualty is coming to the Bille Brown Theatre this month!

From this tiny fortification overlooking a beautiful valley in the forbidding mountains of Afghanistan's Uruzgan province, Captain Trent Kelly and his men have a lot to deal with. When they aren't mentoring a platoon from the Afghan National Army, they're patrolling for Taliban insurgents, negotiating with a powerful local warlord, or simply making it through another day a long way from home.   //   Written by a serving soldier and veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, First ...

Japanese Film Festival is coming to Brisbane this month!

This year when you meet us at the cinema, you might join forces with an unlikely team, who work to uncover the secrets that lie behind the first map of Japan. You may even meet a quirky pair of teenage assassins learning to cohabitate and adjust to the facade of ‘normal life’, or four elite chefs in Tokyo who work tirelessly to perfect their craft.   //   Featuring the latest box office hits alongside rare 35mm film screenings of master filmmaker Mikio Naruse’s ...

MELT Festival returns for 2022!

Global headliners, award-winning cabaret, high-energy music club nights, a queer comedy gala, cutting-edge contemporary dance and First Nations art are all on the star-studded program. Curated by award-winning writer, director and producer Daniel Evans, the 18-day LGBTQIA+ festival will transform Brisbane Powerhouse into a playground of neon chapels, club nights, “pleasuredomes” and secret cinemas.   //   MELT Festival is presented by Brisbane Powerhouse, proudly ...

Death In A Statesman is coming to the Judith Wright Centre this November!

You had better get your story straight and your alibi sorted for the November premiere of Death In A Statesman. After the success of the award-winning The Longest Minute, debase creatives Bridget Boyle and Robert Kronk along with regular debase collaborator Allen Laverty - are turning their hand to the noir genre – with a regional Queensland twist. Combining a suspicious death, strained family relationships, generational change, and a reckoning of what being Australian actually means ...