A kooky love letter to food featuring Matt’s 22-piece BIPOC and gender diverse choir/orchestra and his signature maximal-minimalist sound will drop on Wednesday 20 July.
ROCK! POP! OPERA! is set to soar in this exhilarating, nostalgic and transportive experience by reliving the biggest and most iconic songs from the world’s greatest Diva’s! Brace yourselves for the most explosive diva moment to ever hit Brisbane’s QPAC on Sunday August 7 for two shows: 2pm and 7.30pm !
If you’re a Brisbane local, you’re probably aware of the new Queens Wharf development slowly springing up from the ground right in the middle of the city. This 7.5 hectares of public space is being revitalised to reimagine Brisbane as a tourism and entertainment destination that locals will be proud of, and interstate and international visitors will want to visit. But did you also know that this development is set to feature some spectacular art installations?
Visual theatre masterminds Dead Puppet Society have announced the 2022 participants of its highly-sought after artist training program and incubator … More
The Brisbane Comedy Festival will culminate in a tournament of quick wits and theatrical derring-do on Sunday 29 May with the Theatresports Grand Championships. Presented by ImproMafia, Brisbane’s veteran impro specialists, the competition will see the best of the best local improvisers – Team Queensland – take on a combined team of out-of-town challengers – Team Southerners – on the Powerhouse main stage.
Celebrate truly coming of age with these titillating stories about women – directed, written, and performed by local Brisbane women.
Netflix’s Black Mirror will be taken to a whole new level with Observatory Theatre’s Control exploding into the Queensland Multicultural Centre this June with direction by Matilda award-nominated Timothy Wynn.