Ballet Revolucion

Ballet Revolucion delivers the audience exactly what it promises: the revolution of ballet and the celebration of the passion for life that dance inspires.

The Touch Industry | The Sonder Line

Anywhere Theatre Festival strives to showcase performance in any space but a traditional theatre space, which is how The Sonder Line’s piece The Touch Industry has found a very fitting home inside Fortitude Valley’s The Candy Club.

Samson | La Boite Theatre Company and Belvoir

Written by first time playwright Julia Rose-Lewis, Samson covers a lot of ground in a short time, but at its heart it is a play about friendship, grief and guilt.

Pirates of Penzance | Harvest Rain

Orchestra, curtains, lights and a plethora of pirates with a whole lotta ‘aaarrrrrrr’ burst onto the stage on Friday night at the Concert Hall, QPAC.

The Queen of Heaven | The Sixteen

The Sixteen is on of the great choral ensembles currently on the world stage. Founded in the late 70s, it is still directed by its founder, Harry Christophers, who has been decorated for his work with the ensemble over several decades. It was a great privilege to hear the ensemble in Brisbane last night.

Wicked - The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz

From the Land of Oz our story sprung, with some early-college-antics where our two witches became best, worst, best and ‘whatever’ friends, setting the scene for the show to follow. And what a show followed.

Gasp! | Queensland Theatre Company

With his trademark mix of sly metaphor and sarcastic humour, Ben Elton’s satirical offering Gasp!, now showing at QPAC’s Playhouse Theatre for QTC, both delights and demands attention from audiences.

How To Keep An Alien | Rough Magic

How To Keep An Alien is a mostly one-woman show, and Sonya Kelly, as the key performer is simply wonderful to watch on stage.

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