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You needn’t have chafed under the yoke of the Norman Conquest for a millennium to understand implicitly that the French do it better. Food. Wine. Kissing. French is best.
Think Barcoo Shire in central west Queensland – an area equal to Belgium and Taiwan combined, with a population that couldn’t fill two CityCats – and it’s unlikely you’ll think of opera.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen Sydney producer, Basenji tearing up any Brisbane venues. We’re glad to say, as of this weekend, that will change. Red Bull Presents: Bright Futures is bringing Basenji back with a night of end-of-semester celebrations at the Empire Hotel on Friday, November 23. The event, a curation by Red Bull Music and multi-disciplined Perth artist Ta-ku, with creative direction by his creative agency Pretty Soon, also features Skin on Skin and Ninajirachi.
Wonderland Festival enters its fourth year of vibrant circus laden, burlesque slicked, cabaret boisterousness at Brisbane Powerhouse.
Little Match Productions The Owl and the Pussycat is an enchanting and intimate opera for children, based on Edward Lear’s beloved poem.
Circus gets sexy with Thomas, Cal, and Rowan – the toned, taut stars of Elixir – a genre-defying show somersaulting into the Powerhouse next month as part of the Wonderland Festival.
Whose Line is it Anyway, the show where everything is made up, and the points don’t matter.
Grant applications can be a daunting process. With Brisbane City Council’s Creative and History Grants program opening on Monday 5 November 2018, we’ve talked to successful grant applicant Dr Lee McGowan about his project and how he went about applying for funding.