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QPAC has announced its home companies, Queensland Ballet, Queensland Theatre, Opera Queensland, Queensland Symphony Orchestra and Circa will return to the stage in Queensland’s Own.
Brisbane’s newest theatre venue Christ Church has its official opening in October with Phillip Ridley’s one act stage play Vincent River.
Queensland Theatre is ready to welcome back audiences in November, with the world premiere of 2018-19 Queensland Premier’s Drama Award winner The Holidays.
Experience a percussion concert that reflects the contour of the city and changes with the colours of the sky in Brisbane Festival’s Percussion at Dusk with Vanessa Tomlinson.
Metro Arts unveiled their new West Village theatre last week to kick off Brisbane Festival.
I come into this report as a relative outsider, so I cannot speak on what and where Metro Arts was before it moved locations to …
Erik Griswold will be performing the world premiere of ‘Wallpaper Music 4’ as a part of Brisbane Festival. We spoke with Erik about his life as a composer and the inspiration behind his latest work.
Here’s some good news for a change: BIFF 2020 is back on! From the 1st of October until the 11th, Aussies can see sensational international cinema in local Brisbane theatres.
In light of current events, the 2020 Brisbane Writers Festival has moved online. Each day from the 31st of August until the 6th of September the public will have free access to talks, readings, and creative presentations from some of Brisbane’s most talented storytellers.
From September 19, dancers from The Common Dance People Project will take over Brisbane Festival in a series of over the top dance routines, to all of your favourite 80’s and 90’s tracks.
I had the opportunity to speak with Performance-Maker Nathan Sibthorpe and asked him about his collective’s upcoming project. In the interview we discuss CounterPilot’s guiding philosophy, how they are modernizing performance art, and how they are directly reacting to the disruptions of this global pandemic.