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Queensland Performing Arts Centre Are Asking The Community for Their QPAC Story

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As has been highlighted on this site several times this year, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) is celebrating their 30th Anniversary this year. To mark this event, they have held a number of events and even an exhibition to highlight this milestone in their history.

But having entertained Queensland for thirty years, there are likely to be many who have one or several stand-out memories of events which have taken place at the centre. Queensland Performing Arts Centre are looking for people to share their QPAC memories.

If you have a memory you wish to share, you can do so through Twitter or Instagram using #myQPACstory. Alternatively, you can upload them via an entry form HERE.

John Kotzas | QPAC Chief Executive

QPAC is a place where people come together to share the experience of live performance. We want people to feel a sense of ownership and that they belong here, as QPAC itself feels part of the community. Over the past 30 years with more than 26,000 performances and 20 million visitors there must be so many stories that people have to tell, whether they were part of an audience, back stage or on stage at QPAC.

People may have had their graduation, participated in or taken their children to one of the 11 Out of the Box festivals to date, or seen their first musical or ballet here. We have even had the occasional marriage proposal at QPAC over the years. The Centre is all about story telling through a rich program featuring local, national and international artists and companies. Now we would like to hear from you and put your stories and memories in the spotlight for others to enjoy as well.

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