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Wonderland Festival enters its fourth year of vibrant circus laden, burlesque slicked, cabaret boisterousness at Brisbane Powerhouse.
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.
Women in Voice, an institution of female vocal empowerment enters its twenty-sixth year of raising its voice to institutionalism of musical expression.
“It’s just that you have to want to marry somebody, not just somebody.” Company explores the art of maintaining relationships in a society where public and private spheres increasingly intertwine, and technology continually becomes more pivotal.
Louisa May Scott’s novel Little Women tells a story relevant in any year since the date it was published, including today, as was evident in the recent Broadway-style production of the novel at The Brisbane Powerhouse.
In the leadup to MELT Festival, we recently had the opportunity to talk to a trifecta of amazing creatives, all of whom will have some amazing sounding showings at this year’s festival.
In the leadup to his one-night event with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra as part of WAVE Festival, which is a celebration of modern sounds and classical music, Luka Lesson chatted with us about his influences, his wisdom and the power in his words.
Brisbane City Youth Ballet brought delight to the school holidays with their performance of Alice in Wonderland at the Brisbane Powerhouse. The auditorium was brimming with proud family members, aspiring dancers and families seeking out entertainment during the school holidays.
The sun is shining, the birds are singing and The Creative Issue is ready for a trip down memory lane. We join Therese Collie and Tim Mullooly from Playabout Productions for The Story of Brisbane. Set at the iconic Brisbane Powerhouse, we traverse the location and revel in excerpts from Brisbane writers in a show that will delight both visitors and locals.
Straight from NYC, alt-cabaret chums Murray Hill and Bridget Everett get up close and personal with the Queensland Cabaret Festival audience in a show no one’s forgetting in a hurry.