Articles on ‘QPAC’

Flamenco Fire: Gypsy Pathways

Now in its thirteenth year together, Flameno Fire presents their latest work Gypsy Pathways. This work explores the exotic roots of the Flamenco artform from the migration of the Romani Gypsies and the influences that various regions in North India, North Africa, and Middle Eastern Europe had on the Kathak tradition of dance and song… Read more.

Complex and Cultural – Bloodland heads to QPAC

This March, Queensland Theatre Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre will present a groundbreaking new indigenous theatre work by award winning Queenslander Stephen Page. Bloodland is a Sydney Theatre Company and Adelaide Festival production in association with Bangarra Dance Theatre and will open at QPAC on March 14 for five performances only. The production is… Read more.

The Wizard Of Oz, Harvest Rain – CLOSED

The Wizard Of Oz, Harvest Rain – CLOSED

We are thrilled to have a double pass to giveaway to The Wizard Of Oz, presented by Queensland’s largest Independent Theatre Company, Harvest Rain. Enter our competition (then click your heels together three times and say “There’s No Place Like QPAC”) for your chance to win! The double pass is valued at $140 and tickets… Read more.

The Magic of Mary Poppins

Magically marvelous and practically perfect is the childhood movie turned musical, Mary Poppins. Now, some die-hard fans may be a little disappointed that it’s slightly different to the movie. In this case, it’s great to have a bad memory as you would get to be delighted all over again by the magic and pure joy… Read more.

Mary Poppins will step into Brisbane, January

  In a media event today at the QPAC, Brisbane, the Premier of Queensland Anna Bligh and President of Disney Theatrical Productions Thomas Schumacher announced that Mary Poppins will be Stepping In Time all the way to Brisbane. The forthcoming season of Mary Poppins will open in January at QPAC’s Lyric Theatre, making Brisbane the third… Read more.

Ironic, tragic story leads to stage laughs

It is bitterly ironic that the story of the Calendar Girls, that has generated so much pleasure and enjoyment, should have opened with the kind of shattering news which we all dread. John Baker, an apparently fit and healthy 53 year old “who’d never had a day’s illness in his life” according to his wife,… Read more.

QPAC celebrates 25 years

Queenslanders have been applauding world-class performances at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) since 1985, and the tradition will continue in 2010 as the Centre celebrates 25 years of world class theatre, music, dance and family entertainment. Chief Executive John Kotzas said 2010 is a symbolic year for QPAC, marking 25 years as the state’s… Read more.

Matthew Robinson joins Eurobeat cast

Matthew Robinson is amongst the cast for the forthcoming Brisbane production of Eurobeat. Eurobeat is scheduled to open at the QPAC Lyric Theatre on November 25. Channel Seven’s Packed To The Rafters actress Zoe Ventura will bring her glamour and talent to the stage as the voluptuous Persephone from Greece, having thrilled audiences in this part in the West… Read more.

Eurovision heads to Brisbane

Welcome to Sarajevo, this year’s host of the world’s biggest song competition that delights millions of people around the world! Well, almost. Following its critically acclaimed season in London’s West End, Eurobeat – almost Eurovision, the glorious and riotously funny homage to Eurovision, will blast into the Lyric Theatre (QPAC) in Brisbane for two weeks only… Read more.