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Music-lovers of all kinds can get excited about the latest offering from the QSO, in a world-first festival featuring contemporary and classical sounds this May.
Far more than it says on the tin, Sex with Strangers is a witty, warm and perceptive exploration of love, writing and, of course, sex in the age of technology. Returning to the Powerhouse after a sell-out season in 2014 and with a handful of Matilda nominations to its name, this show is a must see for lovers of theatre and tech-anxious creatives alike.
Prepare to be pulled into the world of the Susan B Anthony Society For The Sisters of Gertrude Stein, as 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche makes its Australian premiere. Set against the looming threat of Communist attack, and more importantly, the Societyâ€™s annual quiche breakfast, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche is a bold, brazen and altogether detectable comedy that brings new meaning to the word â€˜foodgasmâ€™.
As January gets underway itâ€™s time to prepare for the year ahead: start a serious budget, renew your gym membership, get ready to return to work andâ€”most importantlyâ€”decide where your evenings are going to be spent. To help with this, Creative Drinks have found ten of the best plays you should see in 2015.
As 2014 nears a close it may be tempting to throw in the towel of rigid routine and let loose as the silly season ensues. However, its not necessary to wait until that Jan 1 resolution to get back on track.
The award winning, all-male burlesque ensemble is returning to Brisbane with their international hit, BRIEFS: The Second Coming. The BRIEFS boys have been described as a combination of Cirque du Soleil and Ru Paulâ€™s Drag Race. Theyâ€™re hitting Brisbane to give us burlesque with balls.
They may be short, but they sure arenâ€™t sweet. This yearâ€™s Radical Reels Tour presents eight of the most extreme films from the latest Banff Mountain Festival, sure to reveal the adrenaline junkie in all of us.Â
This November, join a host of inspiring women for one of Australia’s best-loved literary salons in an intimate evening of laughter, memory-sharing and thought-provoking prose.
Sitting amongst mothers with their children sporting Gryffindor robes and scarves, I prayed that I wasnâ€™t in for a childish, G-rated snore. Half an hour into the show, my cheeks were aching from unceasing laughter. I knew Potted Potter would be good, but it surpassed all expectations with its universal humour and wit.
Attention, devoted Harry Potter muggles! Hogwarts is back in full swing with an even lazier way to absorb the Harry Potter seriesÂ without reading the books! Following sell-out shows all around the world, Potted Potter compresses all seven ofÂ the magical books into 70 minutes of hilarious satire.
Multi-award winning artist Margi Brown Ash and celebrated director Ben Knapton combine their creative superpowers to produce a new show that blends digital projection with old-fashioned storytelling.
OhÂ Shake Fest, Shake Fest! Wherefore art thou Shake Fest?Â Why, at the BrisbaneÂ Powerhouse of course! Shake & Stir Theatre Co presents the Queensland Youth Shakespeare Festival Finals 2014.