Halloween Putt Putt is coming to Victoria Park this September!
If you’re dying to have a good time, check out the spooktacularly decorated Putt Putt course for a haunted experience like never before. Begin your game putting past creepy clowns before working your way through toxic waste barrels to visit our resident zombies.
Watch your back as you step into Broken Bones Boulevard, where you may find those that are still alive. Continue on your venture swinging through holes lined with scary squash, terrifyingly large spiders, wicked ...
The 2022 ST. ALi Italian Film Festival has announced it’s full program!
The ST. ALi Italian Film Festival, presented by Palace, will open with the Australian premiere of Italian Box Office hit BELLI CIAO from popular comedy duo Pio and Amedeo. It follows two formerly inseparable friends who reunite in their hometown in Puglia after years apart, resulting in an entertaining north vs south culture clash.
Closing the festival this year will be the Oscar-winning trilogy of romantic comedies YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW (Ieri, oggi, domani) starring the inimit...
The Films of Federico Fellini are coming to GOMA this month!
Inspired by the authenticity of Italian neorealism, Fellini infused his early films with poeticism and humour. His later works delve into memory and dreams, reflecting his larger-than-life persona realised through grand and fantastical visions grounded in social critique and an exploration of humanity.
Fellini is cited as one of the most influential directors in cinema history and is a highly awarded filmmaker with honours from Cannes and Venice International Film Festivals as well as ...
Shakespeare’s Othello is coming to the Queensland Theatre Stage this September!
The Imperial Japanese Navy bears south toward Far North Queensland and the bold Captain Othello and his battalion are all that stand in their way. Off the battlefields, Othello's life is just as turbulent. He has secretly married the daughter of a wealthy cane farmer. Her spurned suitor Roderigo joins forces with the envious Iago in a sinister plot to bring down the renowned military hero.
This tri-lingual (Kala Lagaw Ya, Yumpla Tok and English) production, ...
Brisbane’s Queens Street Mall turns 40!
Put on your party clothes and step back in time when the City’s premier destination for fashion, retail, dining and entertainment marks this major milestone.
Queen Street Mall 40th Birthday Street Party
The celebrations spill into the street on 26 August with a free, all-ages Street Party. There are fashion runways, style workshops, live entertainment, a pop-up champagne bar, surprise giveaways and more throughout the day. Live music and roving performers will entertain visitors all ...
Art @ Portside Pop-up
Art @ Portside, curated by the Kairos Project, will feature a vibrant line-up of more than xx pieces of work by internationally renowned artists and photographers, which will rotate monthly to showcase new artwork for visitors to enjoy.
Live drawing and painting demonstrations will also be hosted weekly by one of the installation’s star-studded artists in residence, including Garry Dolan, Rob Rek (and his pet macaw, Manco), and Aboriginal artist Louise Numina....
The world premiere of Tiddas delivers a love letter to Brisbane at La Boite!
Billed as a “love letter to Brisbane”, the stage version of Heiss’ best-selling novel premieres 5 to 24 September at La Boite’s Roundhouse Theatre after three years of creative development.
Tiddas, a commonly used term in the community for “women who are like sisters”, is a First Nations-led work about five best friends since childhood – Izzy, Veronica, Xanthe, Nadine and Ellen – whose monthly book club meetings cover life, love, literature and everything in between.
Cinderella Theatre Review
The large cast cranks up the energy and the dance moves are impressive as are the lighting quick costume changes, it’s magic indeed. Production wise there are some problems, at times the amplified voices are too loud and shrill and the little ones will need to put their fingers in their ears to prevent damage,
It’s easy to get lost in a story so familiar and just admire the craft. The stage design and costumes are impressive as well as the choreography and vocal arrangements (even ...
The Purple Rabbit is coming to the Brisbane Festival this September!
From an 'alcoholic Harry Potter' of magic to 'The Unnamed Magician', an eccentric Gold Medal beatbox-juggler, a slight-of-foot juggler and the world's only Sexual Psychic-ologist, get set for a five-star evening of mischief, magic and mind-blowing mayhem.
The Purple Rabbit
South Bank Piazza
Slow Boat is coming to the Brisbane Festival this September!
The men weave an epic tale of brotherhood and resilience, charting their journey from poverty and war in rural China, through hard work on Nauru island, then a hasty escape from the Japanese to Australia, and all the challenges they overcome on the way.
Blending vaudeville, musical theatre, circus, Cantonese Opera and martial arts, Slow Boat is a play within a play, inspired by the unexpected arrival in Australia of playwright Anna Yen’s father, along with 580 ...