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…

Natalie Weir’s When Time Stops opens at QPAC

Natalie Weir’s award winning work When Time Stops has returned for another season at QPAC’s Playhouse, opening last Friday night. When Time Stops explores the beauty and eternity of one woman’s life at the moment of her death. Focusing on key events by slowing down time, the dance reveals memories such as a first and…

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…

Cirque Adrenaline at QPAC

Cirque Adrenaline have brought a spectacular performance to Brisbane’s Queensland Performing Arts (QPAC) centre with thrilling and electrifying acts in an action packed high-octane circus arena.  With ten shows from the 7th to 17th of January, Cirque Adrenaline moves at a frenetic pace and will have your heart pounding throughout the show. With over 30…