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A Very Naughty Christmas brisbane powerhouse

Christmas is coming early this year, though Santa is never premature so he’s coming with a very full sack. His sleigh is loaded up and the jolly red man is ready to rock with coarse language, nudity, adult themes and drug references in A Very Naughty Christmas. And that’s just the bits they warn you …

“Describe myself in three words? Unapologetic, authentic, and vulnerable.” Meet Jason Chasland, the award-winning, multi-disciplinary bringing his alter ego Leather Lungs to Brisbane for four nights of heartfelt honesty and humour in Son of a Preacher. The thought-provoking and hilarious show tackles adversity through anecdotes and high-pitched notes. And if stories aren’t your thing, don’t worry …

queerstories brisbane powerhouse november 2019 maeve marsden samuel leighton-dore fez fa'anana

Queerstories is raucous, radical, and then at times, sweetly heartwarming. The popular live show is returning to Brisbane Powerhouse on Saturday, November 16 for another evening of wildly funny and extremely honest stories from our LGBTIQ+ community. The Queerstories talks invite audience members within and supporting the LGBTIQ community to be moved by an unexpected …

amanda palmer there will be no intermission one-woman show brisbane powerhouse woodford folk festival

Unapologetic alt-rock performance artist Amanda Palmer will bring her critically acclaimed one-woman show, There Will Be No Intermission, to Australia next January. Palmer considers her third solo LP of the same name her most powerful and personal collection to date. The album’s songs tackle life, death, grief and how to make sense of it all. …

brisbane powerhouse melt queer arts festival reuben kaye cabaret performer emily gilhome

Queer artists and performers can now submit their shows for inclusion at next year’s MELT Festival at Brisbane Powerhouse. The 11-day annual queer arts festival promotes visibility and inclusivity among the community and is returning for a sixth year next June. Expressions of Interest for the 2020 festival are open now until November 17 for …

a very naughty christmas lyle shelton brisbane powerhouse

Lyle Shelton boosted interest in A Very Naughty Christmas at Brisbane Powerhouse when he shared a video promoting the production. Shelton, former leader of both the Australian Christian Lobby and the NO campaign against marriage equality, expressed his disappointment that “ratepayers are subsidising this on the watch of a conservative council administration.” Scroll down for …

joseph simons 100 years of dance brisbane powerhouse

‘100 Years Of The History Of Dance As Told By One Man In 60 Minutes With An Energetic Group Finale‘ directed by Emma Canalese and performed by Joseph Simons premieres at Brisbane Powerhouse 31 July until 3 August. The performance bursts at the seams with fascinating facts, naughty stories and dance moves to die for. …

brisbane powerhouse turbine platform event

The five candidates vying for your vote in the seat of Brisbane are set to appear at an election forum early next month to talk politics ahead of the federal election. Hosted by Communify Queensland, the Politics in the Pub events are free, Q&A style debates held on a regular basis covering a wide range …

same sex weddings expo brisbane

Brisbane’s third Same Same Weddings Expo will be held at Brisbane Powerhouse on May 5, with free entry and all couples warmly welcomed. The Same Same Weddings Expo will run from 10am to 3pm and is hosted by Paddington Publications, the publishers of Brisbane Bride Magazine and Australia’s first same-sex wedding magazine Same Same Weddings. …

brisbane powerhouse melt queer arts festival reuben kaye cabaret performer emily gilhome

Brisbane’s MELT queer arts festival has unveiled its 2019 program of events, performances and discussions. The 10-day festival runs from June 28 to July 7 at the Brisbane Powerhouse with a program celebrating LGBTIQ+ arts and culture and promoting visibility and inclusivity among the LGBTIQ+ community. MELT guest director Emily Gilhome said the festival would …

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