The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | July 9, 2020
performing arts, stage shows, theatre
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang has flown into Brisbane with a BANG! Read More
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The Queensland Conservatorium will host the students of the Lisa Gasteen National Opera School for An Evening of Song.
What a year it has been for the Queensland Theatre Company. In 2013, the state’s flagship theatre troupe sold more that 75,000 tickets and engaged with 30,000 young Queenslanders. Read More
Broadway legend, Mandy Patinkin, and opera star Nathan Gunn bring their musical talent to Brisbane for one night only.
Brisbane’s acclaimed Anywhere Festival is getting ready for an even bigger and better year in 2014 and you can be a part of it. Read More
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Angus Gordon only began stand up 18 months ago, but has already developed a surreal, distinctive style with a surprising impact.
>< R&J explores Shakespeare original play, Romeo and Juliet.
The end of 2013 brings the spectacular musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to the QPAC stage.
Dust explores local stories and experiences of Australians with asbestos.
Produced by The Dirty Brothers Sideshow, The Dark Party is physical comedy at its best.
Queen Bee, otherwise known as BeyoncÃ©, wowed the Brisbane stage with her Australian leg of the Mrs Carter World Tour.
The Judith Wright Centre in partnership with the Aboriginal Centre for Performing Arts (ACPA) presents the colossal Medea.