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September is delivering the goods with a jam-packed month of live music. Aside from the likes of Ruel, The Flaming Lips and Smith Street Band, Brisbane is also playing host to Drip World, BIGSOUND, Brisbane Festival and Listen Out, meaning that there’s dozens of big name acts hitting the city.
Step into every broke girlâ€™s fantasy with the Boudoir Bazar Fashion Markets,Â where thereâ€™s no shortage of second hand Zimmerman silks or Mimico accessories. This market is one of many adding much-needed colour and luxury to the Brisbane fashion scene.
There is nothing better than strolling under a starlit sky, with the sound of funky beats and smells from 20 different stalls of delicious food wafting towards you.Â As you stand, surrounded by these stalls, your belly aches and yearns for all that it can sense and with this heightened appetite, you eagerly map out your night ahead.
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.
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.
Musica Viva and Brisbane Festival present the legendary Borodin Quartet toÂ enchant Brisbane audiences, all the way from Russia.
Brisbane’s Underground Productions is proud to showcaseÂ their newest production, Adding Machine: A Musical.Â
Following 2013’s sell-out shows in Melbourne and Sydney, Red Bull Flying Bach is making its highly anticipated return to Australia to complete its first national tour. Letâ€™s thank our lucky stars that Brisbane is on their â€œto doâ€ list this time around.
Created and directed by award-winning choreographer, Jodie Farraguia, Control Alt Delete combines physical theatre, circus and dance to provide an exciting and unique experience for audiences.