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Queensland Symphony Orchestra Celebrate Frontline Workers with Free Concert at QPAC

Like many performing arts organisations across the world, the Queensland Symphony Orchestra most certainly would have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in many ways - financially and health and safety related. But last night they came together to...

Chess the Musical’s Australian Cast Announced Ahead of Tour

With 2020 being almost devoid of musical theatre offerings, it is nice to see brand new productions managing to forge ahead with their plans in 2021. One such major musical is Chess the Musical, being performed in Melbourne (Regent Theatre),...

Queensland Symphony Orchestra Commences 2021 Season This Weekend

After what was a tragically cut-short year for many artistic companies across the country and the world, some in Australia are beginning to get their 2021 seasons off without (hopefully) too many hitches. For the state arts company Queensland...

Birds of Tokyo x Queensland Symphony Orchestra Concert Gains Third Performance

With both scheduled performances having sold out in February 2021, the Queensland Symphony Orchestra has announced that a third concert between themselves and Australian contemporary rock band Birds of Tokyo will take place at QPAC, and is now on-sale via the QSO...

Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) Announce Third Maestro Concert in November

Let's be frank for a moment, with the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to impact the performing arts industry around the world, there is very little that those in the industry could be "over the moon" about. But having performed at...

QPAC’s Queensland’s Own Season to Support Audience Capacities of Up to 50%

Earlier today, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) together with Queensland Ballet, Opera Queensland, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Theatre and Circa Contemporary Circus announced the Queensland's Own season. While restrictions mean that we might still be a ways off...

QPAC Unlocked to See Concert Hall, Cremorne Theatre and Lyrebird Opened With Limited Capacity

Let's be frank here. It is becoming increasingly likely that there won't be a "back to normal" in the performing arts industry in 2020. Until there is a vaccine available and the uptake for adequate herd immunity (and here's...

Penn & Teller Live’s Sydney and Brisbane Seasons Rescheduled to April 2020

Expected to be highlights of the Summer Holiday line-ups at both the Sydney Opera House and Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), Penn & Teller Live has, unfortunately, been postponed in both states. The justification given for this late cancellation...

Gazillion Bubble Show

Foreword I would like to start this article by giving my apologies for not getting this review out sooner. I had planned to get my Out of the Box Festival reviews out on Friday evening, ready for school holiday audiences looking for...

An Unbubblievable Show is Soon to Arrive in Australia – Gazillion Bubble Show

Travelling direct from Broadway to the shores of Australia, the Gazillion Bubble Show is set to kick off its first ever Australian tour starting next month. The audience for this show's Aussie première will be children attending the biennial Out of the Box Festival in Brisbane, with it to be held at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre's (QPAC) Concert Hall from June 23rd to 27th. The Australian tour will star internationally acclaimed bubble artist, Melody Yang, who will show just how magical an experience bubbles can offer. For over three decades, the Yang family have explored the unknown world of soap bubbles, combining entertainment, art and science into one show. Their imagination and experimentation has lead to something which has so far been seen be 22 million people, and will likely have that number boosted during its several-week Australian tour.
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