Are you flying to Brisbane this February? Tag along your family and friends and enrich your soul by indulging your senses to some awesome theatrical and music performances.
Boundary Street Carnaval Parade (Boundary Street, 6 Feb. 2016) Be part of Boundary St. Carnaval Parade, which coincides with the famous Rio Carnaval this year. The Boundary St. Carnaval will feature percussion and capoeira artists, and dancers grooving to the beat on the streets. Free dance classes, live Brazilian music and, of course, scrumptious food will be available at the venue.
Ziggy Stardust (Brisbane Powerhouse, 6 Feb. 2016 | 7:30 PM & 7 Feb. 2016 | 9:00 AM) David Bowie fans are going to love this tribute concert, where 10% of the ticket sales will be donated to the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.
BrisAsia Festival – Weaving Our Heritage (Eagle Lane, 7-21 Feb. 2016) Witness Vanghoua Anthony Vue and Elysha Rei (Gould) as they do live visual street art installation that will creatively transform Eagle Lane in Brisbane’s CBD into a beautiful outdoor tapestry inspired by contemporary culture and Asian textile and decorative traditions.
Carlotta: Queen of the Cross (Brisbane Powerhouse, 7 Feb. 2016 | 7:00 PM - 8:10 PM) The muse behind Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Carlotta, has undeniably become an Australian icon. She’ll be in Brisbane for a special evening song and dance numbers, not to mention, glittering costumes.
Appalling Behaviour (Brisbane Powerhouse, 10 Feb. 2016 - 13 Feb. 2016 | 7:15 PM - 8:20 PM) A gritty adaptation of Stephen House’s poetic monologue based on the playwright’s experience living in Paris is an interesting production that features actor Tom Markiewicz and director Shane Pike.
Cat Power (Brisbane Powerhouse, 12 Feb. 2016 | 7:30 - 9:30 PM) American indie rock, folk rock, and lo-fi blues and soul singer-songwriter Cat Power is bound for Brisbane. Enjoy an evening of refreshing new sounds and old favourites.
Brisbane Comedy Festival (Brisbane Powerhouse, 27 Feb. - 23 Mar. 2016) Treat yourself to some live stand-up comedy from dozens of international and local comedians.
World Theatre Festival 2016 (Brisbane Powerhouse, 18-27 Feb. 2016) Witness a vibrant lineup of noteable production groups from all over the world.
17th Brisbane Queer Festival (Brisbane Powerhouse, 17-27 Feb. 2016) The 2016 Brisbane Queer Film Festival will serve as an avenue for quality films that showcase stories of ordinary people from all over the world leading extraordinary lives.
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