What’s On: The Radioplay Hour Streamed – The Fat Man in Murder is the Medium (The Drama Merchant)

The Radioplay Hour Streamed The Fat Man in Murder is the Medium 30 March - 18 April Listen or watch online here on The Drama Merchant website Use your device to tune in to entertainment from days past  The Radioplay Hour’s second show of the year is "The Fat Man in Murder is the Medium". In... Continue Reading →

Postponed: Rolling Thunder Vietnam

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current health concerns and restrictions related to COVID-19, the Rolling Thunder Vietnam 2020 tour of Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney has been postponed. Visit the Rolling Thunder Vietnam website for the full statement.  Rolling Thunder Vietnam March 18-19, QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane March 21, The Star, Gold Coast Rolling Thunder... Continue Reading →

What’s On: The Neighbourhood (La Boite Theatre Company & Multicultural Australia)

The Neighbourhood 8-29 February Roundhouse Theatre, Kelvin Grove An intimate story-telling experience that transports audiences across countries, borders, and oceans in search of a home Presented by La Boite & Multicultural Australia, in association with Empire Theatres, The Neighbourhood is a companion piece to La Boite’s critically acclaimed 2017 offering The Village. The work tracks seven... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Emerald City (Queensland Theatre)

Emerald City 8 - 29 February, 2020 Playhouse Theatre, QPAC Auslan Interpreted Mon 17 Feb, 6:30pm | Audio Described Sat 29 Feb, 2pm Queensland Theatre and Melbourne Theatre Company’s co-production of David Williamson’s Emerald City, directed by outgoing Artistic Director Sam Strong, will open Queensland Theatre’s 50th season in 2020, which also marks Williamson’s 50th... Continue Reading →

Review: The Midsummer Carnival (Brisbane Immersive Ensemble)

Brisbane Immersive Ensemble have turned their expertise for site-specific performance to The Stores building at Brisbane Powerhouse with The Midsummer Carnival, transforming it into a mystical forest and carnival fairground to serve as the backdrop for their rendition of Shakespeare’s comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream. A Midsummer Night’s Dream focuses on four Athenian lovers -... Continue Reading →

2019 in Review – Performance Highlights

A rainbow of memories from this year - I saw over 60 shows in 2019, from big openings to backyard performances, through comedy, musicals, dance, theatre, music, and (for the first time) opera. It's been an incredible year in Brisbane performing arts and the calibre of shows has been high, so this list was a... Continue Reading →

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