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There are those photographs in history that remain etched into our memory, synonymous with certain events, practically intertwined with our culture and destined to remain timeless. Tim Page’s photographs are of that class.
He is the writer that brought the outer Brisbane suburbs to life with his moving tale ‘Boy Swallows Universe’. Trent Dalton’s work fills up the fictional worlds canvas with vivid and raw descriptions, characters humanly written, and concepts beautifully fleshed …
Brisbane Music Festival’s Celestial Spirits concert on Saturday presented an afternoon of exquisite chamber music and refreshing contemporary sounds.
Ballet fans and families flocked to Riverstage last Saturday for an evening of free entertainment (and rain!) in Queensland Ballet on the Lawn.
Keen to have a concert in your cul-de-sac? Well, time to nominate your suburb as Street Serenades is back for its encore in this September’s Brisbane Festival.
It is that time of year again the annual Queensland Music Awards are almost upon us. This year we have been gifted a list bursting with talent as the finalists for a broad range of categories have been announced.
For 59 years, the Brisbane Writers Festival (BWF) has provided a space for those near and far to come together to discuss all things literature. They have just released their program for 2021.
Coterie Cabaret steamed up Brisbane with an encore of their explosive sold-out spectacle.
The multi-skilled cast brought a glutinous banquet of cabaret, burlesque, cirque, dance, live music and comedy to the Warehouse on Friday night.
Brisbane audiences were treated to an intimate and heartfelt recital with Indigenous soprano Deborah Cheetham AO in Opera Queensland’s studio series last weekend.