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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | November 20, 2019

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GET READY FOR THE 2016 BRISBANE FESTIVAL

August 23, 2016 |

It’s that time of the year again where we all gather to celebrate and be amazed by the creative art, culture and talent that our city holds, with this years return of the 2016 Brisbane Festival.   Read More

Direct from France: QPAC to welcome Snow White

April 12, 2016 |

The QPAC International Series is set to exclusively pay host to another world-class production, as it was announced today that the Ballet Preljocaj’s Snow White will make its Australian debut in Brisbane this September.

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No Lights No Lycra: Brisbane’s Dance in the Dark

April 4, 2016 |

Ever wanted to work up a sweat in a completely blackened-out room filled with strangers? Well Brisbane, here’s your chance.

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Cross-Cultural Exchange Bears Fruit in Black

February 19, 2016 |

Queensland’s Expressions Dance Company and China’s Guangdong Modern Dance Company team up for the Australian launch of the Chinese Australian Dance Exchange Project.

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Dare – The secret of Brisbane’s Club Koko

February 3, 2016 |

It starts with a Facebook invite to an African dance party in your city- The location is currently unknown, and it appears at different venues each time. Yet, it’s still the same club. By clicking ‘Going’, a specifically assigned access code is sent to your inbox within 24 hours of the event. No code – no access. This is Club Koko, and this event is Dare. Read More

Meet Leah Shelton – The cabaret chameleon fronting Pulpshow

December 4, 2015 |

Leah Shelton is an Australian performance maker, choreographer, and chameleon with a passion for the surreal, the subversive, and the absurd.  After a nine month stint in an acclaimed variety show in Las Vegas, Leah is back with Pulpshow, a new physical comedy for Brisbane Powerhouse’s 2015 Wonderland Festival.

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BAPFF Review: Spear

December 1, 2015 |

Stephen Page’s directorial debut Spear, the feature-length adaption of the Bangarra Dance Theatre’s original piece, was a haunting, evocative and moving journey between indigenous tradition and modernity. Read More

Interview: Scotch and Soda’s Chelsea McGuffin

November 5, 2015 |

Company 2’s International sensation Scotch & Soda returns to the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts this November! The Creative Issue caught up with co-founder Chelsea McGuffin to chat about this exciting show.

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Review and Highlights: Listen Out 2015

October 14, 2015 |

Listen Out 2015’s objective goal was pretty simple- Listen and Dance. And that’s exactly what Brisbane did last Sunday afternoon. Read More

Review: 7 Deadly Sins

August 25, 2015 |

Whether you’ve shared a secret with their roving confessional, or simply passed one of the dozens of posters up in the city, you’re probably keenly aware of Expressions Dance Company’s newest work, 7 Deadly Sins. With the production now open, we can finally confirm that it has definitely lived up to the hype.

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Collusion’s Desirelines

August 18, 2015 |

Dance, music and animation come together in Desirelines, an electric new chamber ballet by Collusion. Set to premiere at Brisbane Festival in September, this spellbinding new work stands out from the crowd.

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De Novo at the Adelaide Festival Centre

July 14, 2015 |

The internationally acclaimed Sydney Dance Company are returning to Adelaide this August, bringing with them a ground-breaking new work of contemporary dance, De Novo.

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Cabaret Coming Soon To The Judith Wright Centre

January 13, 2015 |

If you’ve been itching to see some good cabaret or burlesque, then the Judith Wright Centre is sure to start your year off with a bang with a bumper lineup of Australia’s best acts coming in February and March.

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Bey Dance Needs Your Help!

November 26, 2014 |

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Liz Cahalan, founder of Bey Dance School, believes that every person in the world deserves the chance to learn how to dance.

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