The Nutcracker by Queensland Ballet

Each year Queensland Ballet preset a magical and festive performance that brings out the inner-child of all. The Nutcracker has become an annual tradition for many in Brisbane. From the creative dress selection to the seats secured, the tradition brings out excitement not only for the performance but for Christmas itself. Families pose by the…

Cirque du Soleil returns with KOOZA

Cirque du Soleil returns to Brisbane with its latest show, KOOZA, bringing with it its reputation for mind-blowing acrobatics, captivating costumes, stirring music and elaborate set design all held under the iconic blue and yellow Grand Chapiteau.   The show “rekindles the memories and emotions associated with circuses of old, and brings together two century-old circus…

Tartuffe

Justin Fleming brings you ‘Tartuffe’- a modernised, localised and fabulous reincarnation of French playwright Moliére’s comedic sacrilege delight. Tartuffe a con-artist and duplicitous imposter plays puppet master to Orgon- a wealthy socialite, husband and father who has worked hard for his success. Tartuffe is no regular imposter. He poses as deeply devout religious figure who…

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…

Singing in the Rain

There was electric excitement in the air as audiences were ushered in to see the musical stage production of that all-time classic 1952 MGM movie Singing in the Rain now playing to audiences at the Lyric Theatre at QPAC.

Little Shop of Horrors

The cult musical comedy Little Shop of Horrors has commenced its Brisbane season at QPAC. Starring Brent Hill and Esther Hannaford, the production premiered in Brisbane on June 2nd with a bang. Produced by Luckiest Productions and Tinderbox Productions who brought us the 2014 multi-award winning Sweet Charity, this gleefully gruesome musical combines an upbeat,…

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…