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…

Patricia Piccinini’s Curious Affection at GOMA

Patricia Piccinini: Curious Affection is GOMAs largest exhibition to be dedicated to an Australian artist.Currently taking up the entire ground floor, the exhibition includes Piccinini’s incredible, startling sculptures alongside photography, video and installation. A highlight of the show is a complete built environment and a giant inflatable commissioned specifically for the exhibition. Piccinini gained international…

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Breathtaking Swan Lake with Queensland Ballet

Lovers of ballet and the arts in Brisbane witnessed a breathtaking performance of Swan Lake by graceful and majestic dancers at Queensland Ballet. The dancers graced the stage of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre grand Lyric Theatre while the audience sat in cocktail and formal attire and their best set of pearls. Designed by Kristian…

Spanish Film Festival

Get ready for the 20th annual Spanish Film Festival

It’s that time of year again when Brisbanites get a taste of true international culture with the 20th annual Spanish Film Festival. Exclusively at Palace Cinemas, the Spanish Film Festival is excited to announce a sneak peek of it’s 2017 program. The festival will kick off with the sexy and daring Spanish box office hit Kiki, Love to…

ASPA-FTV 2036: The Future is Now

The future is now. The future is not yet written. What will life be like in twenty years?  These are the questions and expressions tackled by The Australian School of Performing Arts, Film and Television in their end-of-year production 2036: The Future is Now, performed at Cremorne Theatre in the Queensland Performing Arts Centre.  On…

Brisbane’s culture scene gets a new hotel icon

Brisbane has become the fine arts mecca of Australia and world renowned with the Gallery of Modern Art celebrating its tenth birthday this December. The all new The Johnson hotel in Spring Hill adds another bow to the local art scene with Brisbane’s first art hotel. The Johnson is in the completely remodelled old Main…

Wasteland by Johnny Romeo

On Friday 23rd, Mitchell Fine Arts Gallery on Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley, hosted pop artist Johnny Romeo’s Wasteland; A bleak pop dystopia where all sense and meaning has been lost to greed and excess. After rave reviews for his shows in Alice Springs, New York and Sydney, Johnny made the bold decision to bring his…