Brisbane Powerhouse Archives - Page 7 of 8 - The Creative Issue - News for Creatives
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.
After all the brouhahaÂ that escaladed amongstÂ audiences ofÂ Game of Thrones, it comes as no surprise that somebody, somewhere would create a parody production of theÂ cult HBO television series. What better way thanÂ to involve nudity as homage to the twenty-seven billion nude scenes throughout the series.
Brisbane is once again delighted to welcome the intellectual wisdom that a TEDx talk offers, and this year is the year of The Lovers, The Dreamers and Me. On October the 5th, the Brisbane Powerhouse will light up with ideas from creative and inspirational entrepreneurs who have a passion to create, build and flourish their ideas into a reality.
Some true-blue 70â€™s Aussie lingo, objectifying of women, trivialisation of criminal acts and dark comedy all come together harmoniously in the revived theatre production of David Williamsonâ€™s The Removalists.
Sitting in the dimly lit VISY Theatre of the Brisbane Powerhouse, a glass of wine in one hand and a program in the other, the crowd buzzed with excited chatter.
Australian actor Christie Whelan-Browne is set to perform the leading role in Britney Spears: The Cabaret at Brisbane Powerhouse this month.
The Brisbane Powerhouse is synonymous with Brisbane culture, but this little piece of history has so much more to offer than comedy, music and performing arts shows. Even better: most of it is free!
With the first quarter of 2014 nearly over, it’s time to look at what Brisbane’s art scene is offering in the second quarter.
In the big category, the Powerhouse is the partyhouse: to begin with, there’s the continuing Queer Film …