Romeo & Juliet

Queensland Ballet performed a dramatic love story, Romeo & Juliet. Originally commissioned by the Royal Ballet, Mac Millan’s groundbreaking choreography of Shakespears Romeo and Juliet first dazed audiences in 1965 when Margot Fonteyn and Rodolf Nureyev took 43 curtain calls on opening night. Artistic director Li Cunxin brought this production to life in 2014 and…

Get ready for picnic weather – our top 5 spots

It’s picnic weather Brisbane! We adore the moment when the weather turns from hot and sticky to slightly overcast and a little rain comes through to cool everything down and the gardens become alive again – hello lush green grass and sweet smelling roses. But where to from here? We’ve listed a few of our…

Long Shot

The always hilarious Seth Rogan is back in new release film Long Shot, with beautiful co-star Charlize Theron. Directed by Jonathan Levine, the romantic comedy brings together a freelance journalist (Fred) and a politician (Charlotte) who used to be baby and babysitter. With absolutely nothing in common, Fred charms his childhood crush with his hilarious…

Jurassic Park roars into concert at QPAC

Jurassic Park in concert is a journey of the senses that makes the audience intrigued and excited for the start of the Jurassic Park story. It makes the audience want to close their eyes and open their ears to the quintessential soundtrack of Jurassic Park that evokes amazement at the miraculous dinosaurs before evoking feelings…

The Chaperone

Set in the dazzling Jazz Age of 1922, The Chaperone is an exquisite film on the early life of silent movie screen star Louise Brooks (Haley Lu Richardson). After being selected into the prestigious modern dance school Denishawn, 15 year old Louise heads from Wichita, Kansas to New York City in the company of her…