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…

Paris Combo

As diverse and sophisticated as the city from which they hail, Paris Combo has garnered global acclaim and an immense following for their unique, fun-loving blend of swinging gypsy jazz, cabaret, French pop and Latino and Middle Eastern rhythms. Fronted by the charismatic vocals of chanteuse Belle du Berry, Paris Combo is David Lewis (trumpet,…

Every Brilliant Thing at QPAC

His mother is always sad, she’s depressed and he can’t understand why. So, at age seven he writes her a list of brilliant things – a list of reasons not to be depressed. Things like dessert as a main course, staying up late, or the colour yellow. As he declares these little, joyous, day-to-day wins,…

The Sleeping Beauty by Australian Ballet

Australian Ballet’s artistic Director David McAllister consistently amazes Brisbane with a fresh take on their breathtaking performances. The latest ballet to hit the Lyric Theatre, and Australian Ballet’s 45th performance, is The Sleeping Beauty.  With the always beautiful lead Amber Scott (Princess Aurora) and regular guest artist from Bolshoi Ballet and American Ballet Theatre David…

The Very Hungry Caterpillar at QPAC

These Christmas holidays QPAC presents the enchanting story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The show based on Eric Carle’s beautifully illustrated children’s novel’s.  Follow the cast in The Hungry Caterpillar as they take you on a journey through this children’s classic which incorporates exquisitely crafted puppets that will dazzle and engage both your self and…

Roald Dahl’s Matilta at QPAC

Adapted from the famous childhood book by Dennis Kelly, Roald Dahl’s Matilta the musical has come to The Queensland Performing Arts Centre. Roal Dahl’s stories were known for their child-like imagination. At the age of 70, Roal Dahl wrote Matilda in his writing hut drawing from stories from his own experiences in boarding school and being…