Queensland Symphony Orchestra Season 2019 – Orchestra for Everyone

Queensland Symphony Orchestra has launched their 2019 season, promising ‘Orchestra for Everyone’ with a wide variety of performances for every age and stage. In their commitment to showcasing Australian artists and works, the exciting line-up includes six Australian conductors, thirteen Australian soloists, three Australian choirs, eight Australian composers, and ten Australian compositions, as well as... Continue Reading →

Review: Karakorum (Australian Brandenburg Orchestra & La Camera delle Lacrime)

Photographed by Daniel Aimé   Karakorum brings together The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Brandenburg Choir, and French ensemble La Camera delle Lacrime, with narration by Australian acting legend David Wenham. This unique musical journey reimagined the music encountered by 13th century Flemish monk William of Rubruck, an ordinary man who undertook an extraordinary journey from Constantinople to the... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Jasper Jones (Queensland Theatre)

Nicholas Denton and Melanie Zanetti. Imagery via Kath Rose & Associates. Where? Playhouse Theatre, QPAC When? 28 July – August 18 Part regional coming-of-age story and part gothic mystery, Queensland Theatre’s Jasper Jones has hit the Playhouse Theatre. Adapted from Craig Silvey’s classic Australian novel by Kate Mulvany and directed by Queensland Theatre’s Artistic Director... Continue Reading →

Queensland Theatre Transformation! The new Bille Brown Theatre

Queensland Theatre's Youth Ensemble in the soon-to-be Bille Brown Theatre with Minister for the Arts, the Hon Leeanne Enoch; QT Artistic Director Sam Strong and Executive Director Amanda Jolly; and QT artists and leading Queensland actors Bryan Probets and Hsiao-Ling Tang.West End’s Bille Brown Studio is currently undergoing a multi-million-dollar transformation and will re-open as... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Les Misérables (Savoyards Musical Theatre Brisbane)

Photographed by Michelle Thomas, Christopher Thomas Photography Where? Iona Performing Arts Centre, Lindum. When? June 23 – July 7 Brisbane’s oldest continuously running musical theatre company, Savoyards, present the epic and uplifting musical theatre classic Les Misérables at the Iona Performing Arts Centre this June-July, directed by Robbie Parkin and with Geoffrey Secomb as Musical... Continue Reading →

Les Miserables (Savoyards Musical Theatre Brisbane)

Photograph by Mark Duffus Where?The Iona Performing Arts Centre, North Road, Lindum, Qld. When?23 June – 7 July, 2018 Brisbane’s oldest continuously running musical theatre company, Savoyards, present the epic and uplifting musical theatre classic Les Misérables at the Iona Performing Arts Centre this June-July. Winner of over 100 international awards and seen by over... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: 4Seasons (Expressions Dance Company, City Contemporary Dance Company, QPAC)

Alana Sargent and Ivan CHAN in Natalie Weir's '4Seasons', photographed by Mak     Where? QPAC’s Playhouse Theatre When? June 14-22 Expressions Dance Company, City Contemporary Dance Company (Hong Kong), and Queensland Performing Arts Centre present a breathtaking triple bill of new contemporary works, filled with powerful imagery and messages about our humanity and its impacts.... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Carmen & The Firebird (Queensland Ballet)

  Where? QPAC’s Playhouse Theatre When? May 25 – June 3 Queensland Ballet present their much-anticipated double bill of Carlos Acosta’s contemporary Carmen and Liam Scarlett’s dark and thrilling The Firebird. The two works were expected to be disparate, but unfortunately this comparison could also be made in quality as well as thematic and balletic... Continue Reading →

GIVEAWAY: 4Seasons (Expressions Dance Company, City Contemporary Dance Company, QPAC)

  Image by Dylan Evans featuring Alana Sargent, courtesy of Expressions Dance Company   Where?QPAC’s Playhouse Theatre When?14-22 June, 2018 Expressions Dance Company, Hong Kong’s City Contemporary Dance Company, and Queensland Performing Arts Centre co-present a compelling triple bill of new contemporary works, and Backstreet Brisbane has five (5) double passes to give away! Head... Continue Reading →

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