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Geraldine Turner is a true icon of Australian show business. Throughout a career that spans four decades, she has earned her place in the Australian Theatre as one of this country’s most legendary leading ladies. Appearing at the Queensland Cabaret Festival for one night only, ‘Turner’s Turn’ is a celebration of Geraldine’s incredible life on …

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QNews needs your help and there are only a few days left!  Thank you to the many people and groups that have sent messages of support and encouragement. We have almost doubled the pledges in the last few days, and we can do this with your help. Thank you for the many many messages of support, …

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Judith Lucy has done it all. She’s one of Australia’s most popular stand up comedians, successful author and has spent years featuring of a variety of television shows and radio. Ahead of her first sold comedy show in over 5 years – the oddly named ‘Ask No Questions of the Moth’ – QNews caught up …

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Celebrating their ten year anniversary La Soiree will celebrate by bringing their heady cocktail of cabaret, new burlesque, circus sideshow and contemporary variety to Brisbane’s QPAC this month. La Soiree is a theatrical phenomenon which has won devoted fans all over the world, including a sell out season in Brisbane last year. Offering a unique …

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A side-splitting comedy as Alfred Hitchcock meets mayhem. Based on the 1939 Hitchcock thriller, just four actors play more than 100 characters in the heart racing adventures of a handsome hero chased by international spies. It’s a rip-roaring night out and has already been seen by over three million people in more than 60 countries. …

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Chicago, 1924. Nathan Leopold Jr., age 18, and Robert Loeb, age 19 are young, handsome, wealthy and extremely intelligent – so intelligent that they believe that famed philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche’s theory of supermen whose superior intellects allowed them to rise above the laws and rules that bound the rest of the population applies to them. …

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The New Black is a brand new musical hailed as the next  Bran Nue Dae  by Cameron Woodhead of The Age. Jim Kokatha is a young, bright, educated, Aboriginal man on the way up at a prestigious Brisbane law firm. But when his Aunty expects him to represent her at an inquest, Jim is caught …

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Love, passion, an overprotective father and a life cut short are the ingredients in La traviata, Verdi’s greatest romantic tragedy. Rising star Emma Pearson sings the role of Violetta, a coveted courtesan trapped in a life of pleasure for payment. When she unexpectedly falls in love with Alfredo (Aldo di Toro) their brief affair soars, …

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It’s official… Brisbane can’t get enough of Cirque du Soleil! Since opening in April, thousands of Brisbaneites have been flocking to the Big Top on Hamilton’s North Shore to see Totem – the latest offering from the world’s most fabulous circus. Such is the demand for tickets that the season has been extended and will …

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The Brisbane Pride Choir will mark this year’s International Day against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia on 17 May with a combined performance and film evening at New Farm Cinemas at 6.30pm. The evening will include a selection of the most popular pieces in the Choir’s repertoire along with a screening of the new Australian film …

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