What’s On: Virtual Green Heart Fair

Imagery supplied Virtual Green Heart Fair 20 - 26 September 2021 Online, and in pop-up locations The virtual Green Heart Fair, delivered by Brisbane Sustainability Agency on behalf of Brisbane City Council, will provide online eco-advice and free native plant pop-ups!  Across the week, residents can head online to learn more about the Green Heart... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Van Gogh Alive (Grande Experiences)

Imagery supplied Van Gogh Alive From 29 October Northshore, Hamilton Tickets from $45 adults / $30 children Grande Experiences presents Van Gogh Alive, a large-scale, multi-sensory experience that gives visitors the unique opportunity to immerse themselves  into Van Gogh’s artistry and venture into his world. From start to finish, visitors are surrounded by a vibrant... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Halloween Putt Putt at Victoria Park

Imagery supplied Halloween Putt Putt at Victoria Park 17 September – 31 October, open 6am – 10pm daily Victoria Park Putt Putt Course, 309 Herston Rd, Herston Tickets: $16-$22 per person, online bookings required Following the success of their Christmas and Candyland Putt Putt course transformations, Victoria Park has created an eerie-sistable Halloween-themed putt putt... Continue Reading →

Review: Queensland’s Finest (Queensland Symphony Orchestra & Brisbane Festival)

Dane Lam conducts Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Photographed by Peter Wallis. Queensland Symphony Orchestra and Brisbane Festival brought together three brilliant Queensland musicians for their recent concert, aptly named Queensland’s Finest: conductor Dane Lam, who grew up in Brisbane and is now nationally and internationally acclaimed; award-winning pianist Jayson Gillham, raised in Dalby and now performing... Continue Reading →

Review: Romeo & Juliet (Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble)

Liliana Macarone as Romeo and Sarah Doyle as Juliet. Image Credit: Benjamin Prindable Photography. Celebrating their 20th birthday in 2021, Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble returns to the Roma Street Parkland Amphitheatre with their first full production of Romeo & Juliet. Directed by QSE Artistic Director Rob Pensalfini, who also played Friar Lawrence, and starring Liliana Macarone... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Wynnum Fringe Festival

Wynnum Fringe Festival 16 – 21 November 2021 Various locations in Wynnum After a successful inaugural festival in 2020, Wynnum Fringe returns to the bayside – bigger and bolder than before – with a star-studded lineup of local, national, and international acts across six days. With an expanded programme of free and ticketed events, Wynnum Fringe 2021 will... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Undercover Artist Festival

Performance artist Lauren Watson, image supplied Undercover Artist Festival 16 – 18 September Queensland Theatre, South Brisbane With a programme of free and ticketed events, Undercover Artist Festival will showcase theatre, dance, comedy, circus, music, cabaret, poetry and more from performing artists with disability, in partnership with Brisbane Festival. The three-day disability-led performing arts festival exists to profile... Continue Reading →

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