What’s On: Return to the Dirt (Queensland Theatre)

Return to the Dirt 16 October - 6 November 2021 Bille Brown Theatre, South Brisbane Winner of the Queensland Premier's Drama Award 2020-21, Return to the Dirt is a warm, funny and surprising play based on playwright Steve Pirie’s year spent working at a Toowoomba funeral home. Guided by Steve himself in the role of The... Continue Reading →

Queensland Theatre launches 2022 season

Queensland Theatre aims to reach beyond boundaries to inspire, challenge, and entertain audiences with the eight plays of its 2022 season, including two world premieres. “Our 2022 Season boldly crosses all boundaries, altering time and place and transporting us from Brisbane to Paris, Afghanistan, Far North Queensland, Vietnam and Arkansas. It will carry us across... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Little Gay Day (The Wickham Hotel)

Image supplied Little Gay Day 2021 3 October 2021 The Wickham Hotel, 308 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley Little Gay Day will take over The Wickham Hotel on Sunday October 3 from 4pm until late, headlined by Sahara Beck as well as showcasing local talent. Donations on entry will support Diverse Voices, a local LGBTQIA+ charity... 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: 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: Brisbane Festival 2021

Brisbane Festival 3 - 25 September 2021 Brisbane Festival have announced their 2021 ‘Brightly Brisbane’ festival program, inviting the city to re-emerge, connect, celebrate and shine brightly under Brisbane’s expansive skies this September. Over 23 days in September, Brisbane Festival will commission 18 new works, stage 15 world premieres, deliver 139 productions, and present events... Continue Reading →

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