Musical phenomenon Les Miserables was a spine tingling, powerful and undoubtable emotive performance brought to Brisbane by British theatrical producer Cameron Mackintosh.
Queensland Ballet re-imagined J M Barrie’s classic tale of Peter Pan as they presented an artistic tale where characters from the dark and light bore great contrast, both terrifying the audience and pleasing them as magical fairy dust outweighed the evil yet brilliantly executed characters from the Neverland.
Photographer: Erika Myer Venue: QPAC
The world famed The Lion King by Disney brought an African safari to Brisbane as they introduced the pridelands through a spectacular performance.
Approximately 90 buildings in Brisbane will be opening their doors to locals and visitors in celebration of Brisbane Open House 2014.
Sharing the latest Brisbane trends including places to eat, drink, play and socialise is a passion not a chore. This was confirmed when I met Li Cunxin who encourages Brisbane to follow their dreams. I wrote this article for local website Creative Drinks. It is well worth the read.
Tonight the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) opens its doors to hundreds of nostalgic adults and children at the launch night of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. This British Musical will allow the crowd to escape mundane routines and live in a dream for the night. Being about the only show I will watch with a car…