discover what's on in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide
discover what’s on in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide
This year’s Brisbane Oz Comic Con follows last year’s success with Shadowhunter guests. Instead of the heroes, we have the villain – Jonathan Morgenstern. We chat with Baines as he describes what it was like playing a villain
September is delivering the goods with a jam-packed month of live music. Aside from the likes of Ruel, The Flaming Lips and Smith Street Band, Brisbane is also playing host to Drip World, BIGSOUND, Brisbane Festival and Listen Out, meaning that there’s dozens of big name acts hitting the city.
Yesterday Destroy All Lines announced the second instalment of their annual Good Things Festival, with dates in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
2020 will mark the Golden Jubilee Of Queensland’s titular theatre company, and they have decided to celebrate in style.
Aussie music fans have had no shortage of epic lineup news this past month. Just as you’ve begun to finish packing your calendar with Spring/Summer festivals, Falls Festival has treated us with a tasty lineup drop to finish 2019 with a bang.
Woodstock, arguably the most famous and prolific music festival of all time, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Well-known for changing the world of music and art, what you may not know is that only four women ever graced the Woodstock stage.
Born from an era of ever-connectedness, Metro Arts welcomes Love and Information by esteemed playwright Caryl Churchill from 31 July – 10 August.
Arnie ‘Stag’ Schwarzenegger, Pamela ‘Poodle’ Anderson and Jessica ‘Rabbit’ Rabbit will be spending 6 whole months at Paradise Centre, Gold Coast from 4th July, albeit they will be made of bronze and will be sporting animal heads. Intrigued yet?
Are you searching for a family friendly outing during the Winter school holidays, wanting to plan a unique and romantic date night or simply have a laugh with your mates? Look no further as Skating At is (dare I say it) the coolest place to be this Winter.
QPAC’s Lyric Theatre was packed with well-dressed friends of the opera on Thursday to experience Tosca, the latest presentation by Opera Queensland.
Taking you through Brisbane’s rich history of queerness as you’re ushered into the world of La Silhouette, artistic director Daniel Gough is helping you reach out and touch the incredible stories of our LGBTIQ+ community at the MELT Festival from 27-30 June.