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Polytoxic new show Dangerous Goods is at QPAC in January

Femmes to the front in Polytoxic’s new show Dangerous Goods

Performance renegades Polytoxic are offering an unapologetic and awe-inspiring cabaret of performances, physical feats, and acts of rebellion this month in Brisbane. The long-running collective’s new show Dangerous Goods is on at QPAC. Co-directors Lisa Fa’alafi and Leah Shelton told us the lineup of female performers deliver on the “wow factor” at the Cremorne Theatre. …

The Beatles Twist & Shout by tribute act The Beatle Boys at QPAC

Aussie 60s Beatlemania recreated at QPAC tribute show

The Beatles’ seminal 1964 Australian concerts will be faithfully recreated at a Brisbane concert by international group The Beatle Boys. The Beatles Twist & Shout will include all the group’s unstoppable number one hits in a two-hour concert experience, presented by our very own Fab Four on the QPAC stage in Brisbane. For more than …

Four performers during adults-only circus Blush at QPAC

BLUSH is a sexy and subversive adult circus coming to QPAC

The performers in sexy and exhilarating adult circus BLUSH hope to show you some incredible routines you haven’t seen before in Brisbane this summer. The award-winning “circus for grown-ups” brings a cast of world-class performers to the Cremorne Theatre at QPAC from January 5. BLUSH director Elena Kirschbaum said the idea behind the show was …

QPAC Camerata presents Mozart's Jupiter

Jupiter Rising: Queensland’s Camerata take the QPAC Concert Hall

For musicians across Australia, 2022 launched on the tail end of a two-year rollercoaster ride. Mass concert cancellations. Stop-go performances. Pitiful income support from our federal leaders when chaos replaced certainty in entertainment spaces. The cause of all this needs no further publicity. Enter Camerata Camerata’s final mainstage production ended this year on firmly reclaimed …

Four performers during adults-only circus Blush at QPAC

Blush at QPAC is sexy, subversive circus for grown ups

The surprising, subversive and supremely sexy adult circus BLUSH is set to sizzle this summer at Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC). Following previous QPAC’s summer hits like Club Cremorne and The Kaye Hole, the award-winning “circus for grown-ups” will push the boundaries and scandalise with an immersive experience in the intimate Cremorne Theatre from January …

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Talking Toksvig: Sandi Toksvig Live! comes to Australia

Sandi Toksvig, internationally-renowned comedian, broadcaster, writer and campaigner will make her Australian and New Zealand touring debut with a new, specially-conceived comedy show, Sandi Toksvig Live!  In an evening of comedy and curiosities Sandi will share little known facts, tall tales and her unique brand of frivolity wrapped in the no-nonsense voice of an Oxbridge …

Rachael Roberts in This Is Me An International Tribute to Shirley Bassey at QPAC this month

High voltage divadom at the ultimate tribute to Dame Shirley Bassey

Fans of high-voltage divadom are in for a treat as rising sensation Rachael Roberts brings her UK hit show to Australia. It’s called This is Me: An International Tribute to Shirley Bassey. Roberts will sport the glamorous costumes, the honeyed Welsh speaking voice and of course, the fabulous powerhouse vocal that Dame Shirley is so …

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RU OK Day: Fourteen author Shannon Molloy shares important message

Shannon Molloy, the author of memoir Fourteen that’s now an acclaimed stage show at QPAC, has reflected on his harrowing struggle with homophobic bullying at school and said he’s “living proof things get better” on RU OK Day today. Writing for on RU OK Day today, the journalist and author recalled the moment he …

Holding Achilles stephen madsen

Of Men and Gods: Stephen Madsen in Holding Achilles

Stephen Madsen spoke to QNews about love, war and stretching into his role as Achilles in the upcoming epic production of Holding Achilles at QPAC as part of Brisbane Festival. Step back in time In ancient Greece, it was no crime to take a man as a lover. Poets enthralled audiences with magical stories of …

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