We Will Rock You at QPAC

Queen and Ben Elton’s worldwide spectacular We Will Rock You hit the main stage at QPAC in Brisbane. Having thrilled audiences in over 28 countries, the futuristic performance opened with bang. Starring a multi-talented cast, including Australian Idol’s Casey Donovan and Jersey Boys’ Gareth Keegan, We Will Rock You delivered strobe lighting, disco balls, laser lights,…

Much Ado About Nothing

Queensland Theatre Company presents Shakespeare’s best-loved comedy, Much Ado About Nothing. This month marks the anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 1616. Globally throughout 2016, theatre companies, cultural organisations, creatives, academics, and fanatics are paying homage for the 400-year anniversary through a program of performances and exhibitions.  Much Ado About Nothing is one of Shakespeare’s great…

Velvet at QPAC

After dazzling audiences around the globe, the award winning hit show Velvet returns to Brisbane and would have to be the most amazing, hilarious, and enjoyable shows I have seen in a while. Director Craig Ilott has channelled the original Studio 54 nightclub into a seductive fusion of disco, dance, burlesque and circus with shocks, surprises…

Socials | Cinderella

Fabulous people of Brisbane brought out their best dress for The Australian Ballet’s Cinderella on opening night.  Socialites, fashionistas, VIPs, dancers and friends of the ballet were seen partying after the performance on QPAC’s glamorous rooftop. Images by Erika Myer                               

Anything Goes

Opera Australia and John Frost invites Brisbane to get on board their American ocean liner with hilarious and joyful Helpmann Award winning musical Anything Goes.   

Ballet Revolución at QPAC

Ballet Revolución has returned to Brisbane after a series of sold-out shows across Europe and Asia.  Direct from Cuba, the show returns backed by a 19-strong dance troupe and an 8-piece band performing a slew of recent hits, as well as classical numbers. Choreographed by Brisbane-native Aaron Cash, along with Cuban choreographer Roclan Gonzalez Chavez,…

Slammed

The Brisbane Powerhouse will host the premiere of Slammed, an Australian play focusing on youth social issues.Written by former secondary school teacher Stefanie Brooke Harper and directed by John Peek, Slammed features a cast of 11 Brisbane Actors and is produced by independent arts company Crosstown Artists.    The play is one that seeks to…