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QPAC Celebrating 30th Anniversary With New Exhibition in Tony Gould Gallery


10968218_10152757980703510_7584893087892686830_nContinuing to celebrate their 30th Anniversary in Brisbane, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) have decided to host a free exhibition between March 24th and September 26th 2015.

To be held at their Tony Gould Gallery, this 30th Anniversary Exhibition will feature a display of costumes, props and other memorabilia that were used in some of the early shows performed at the Centre and signature events that have left their mark. Some of these featured performances include Les Misérables, Boy from Oz, Trashed, Kiss Me Kate and more.

This exhibition will also serve as a celebration of QPAC’s four home companies: Queensland Ballet, Opera Queensland, Queensland Theatre Company and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Costumes, posters and programs from performances such as The Marriage of Figaro, Aida, Don Quixote and A Christmas Carol will also be going on display.

The Tony Gould Gallery will be accessible from Tuesday to Saturday (10AM until 4PM) during the exhibition period, and can be accessed via the Cremorne Theatre entrance.

Christopher Smith | QPAC Museum Curator

This exhibition gives audiences a rare glimpse into the vibrant history of QPAC and also Brisbane’s South Bank as a cultural destination. The exhibition encourages audiences to come on a journey with us, to experience QPAC in a different way, to relive memories or perhaps learn something new about the Centre. We also want to encourage those who attend the exhibit to share their favourite QPAC experience, or suggest what they’d like to see in the next thirty years.

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