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Metro Arts unveiled their new West Village theatre last week to kick off Brisbane Festival.
I come into this report as a relative outsider, so I cannot speak on what and where Metro Arts was before it moved locations to …
Here at The Creative Issue, it’s been our mission and objective to praise Brisbane Creatives. So, this week, we’ve put together a list of Brisbane Creatives who are killin’ it on social media.
I had the opportunity to speak with Performance-Maker Nathan Sibthorpe and asked him about his collective’s upcoming project. In the interview we discuss CounterPilot’s guiding philosophy, how they are modernizing performance art, and how they are directly reacting to the disruptions of this global pandemic.
This Tuesday the 14th of July at 7.30pm join Queensland Theatre live for a reading of After Dinner by Andrew Bovell. Since we can’t yet go out and enjoy the theatre in person, Queensland Theatre have created Play Club, bringing you readings of exciting new plays live and online.
The world premiere of the stage adaptation based on the best selling Brisbane novel ‘Boy Swallows Universe’, has been postponed, and will make it’s debut at the 2021 Brisbane Festival.
The uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic and venue restriction means …
Theatres and concert halls may be closed but opera continues to ring through the homes and hearts of Australians, uniting people through song during this time of isolation.
For the first time in its 95-year history, Brisbane’s La Boite Theatre Company, has canceled its 2020 season in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
For all of you intrepid explorers, watchers of the stars and lovers of the distinctly peculiar I have excellent news. The Brisbane Science Fiction Theatre festival is back to celebrate their second year.
Food, food, and more food! To all the foodies — we hope you were at Bulimba Golf Club’s New Zealand Food and Wine Festival
As Metro Arts’ 40th birthday approaches, it is only fitting that a festival imbued with culture and history gives the Edward Street venue a proper farewell.