Table of Contents Table of Contents
Previous Page  35 / 44 Next Page
Information
Show Menu
Previous Page 35 / 44 Next Page
Page Background

WHEN WHAT WHERE

BNE November/December 2016 |

35

NOVEMBER

2

Smokie Live

Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

6

Making a Murderer

Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

8

Ronan Keating

Lyric Theatre, QPAC, South Brisbane

From 8 Julian Meagher and Tim

McMonagle

Edwina Corlette Gallery, New Farm

11

The Delta Riggs

The Triffid, Newstead

11

Digital Expo

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition

Centre, South Brisbane

11

Supanova

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition

Centre, South Brisbane

11

Delta Goodrem

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition

Centre, South Brisbane

12

Kiss Me Kate in concert,

Opera Q

Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

From

12

Tartuffe, Queensland Theatre

Company

Playhouse, QPAC, South Brisbane

13

Deftones

Riverstage, City Botanic Gardens

13

QSO on Sundays Passion &

Romance

Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

From

16

The Art of Dr Seuss

Mitchell Fine Art Gallery,

Fortitude Valley

18

Tribute to Elvis

Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

18

Rat Pack from Vegas

The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley

19

At Last – The Etta James Story Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

24

Kooza, Cirque du Soleil

The Big Top, Skygate,

Brisbane Airport

24

Ben Harper & The Innocent

Criminals

Riverstage, City Botanic Gardens

25

Lighting of the Christmas Tree King George Square, city

25

Birds of Tokyo

The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley

29

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Show

Cremorne Theatre, QPAC,

South Brisbane

30 The Story of Brisbane

Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm

DECEMBER

1-2

Flume

Riverstage, City Botanic Gardens

From 1 Graeme of Thrones, comedy

Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm

2

The Monkees 50th anniversary

tour

Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

1-4

Brisbane Dance Festival

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition

Centre, South Brisbane

2-3

QSO Symphonic Santa

The Courier Mail Piazza,

South Bank Parklands

From 3 Moonlight Cinema

New Farm Park

3

QSO Choral Handel Messiah Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

6

Coldplay, A Head Full of

Dreams Tour

Suncorp Stadium, Milton

9-18 The Enchanted Garden

illumination

Roma Street Parkland

9-23 The Nutcracker, Queensland

Ballet

Playhouse, QPAC, South Brisbane

10

Lord Mayor’s Christmas Carols Riverstage, City Botanic Gardens

10

Giggle & Hoot’s Magical

Christmas

Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

10

The Wiggles

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition

Centre, South Brisbane

10-18 Christmas Movies in the Park Amphitheatre, Roma Street Parkland

16-17

Keith Urban

Brisbane Entertainment Centre,

Boondall

16-23 Christmas Beach Cinema

Streets Beach, South Bank Parklands

16-24 Christmas Parade

Queen Street to King George Square,

city

19-23 Christmas Carols

The Courier Mail Piazza, South Bank

Parklands

20-23 Christmas Fireworks

Clem Jones Promenade, South Bank

Parklands

23

The Spirit of Christmas

Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane

JAZZ

FUSION

An early lesson the boys from BadBadNotGood learned from

their jazz instructors was not to listen to their instructors ...

or they may not be where they are today. When one of their

early collaborations, blurring the boundaries between jazz and

hip hop, was given the thumbs down by a panel in their jazz

program, they released the track on YouTube anyway. It caught

the attention of rapper Tyler, the Creator and he stepped in

to help the video go viral. Earlier this year BadBadNotGood

launched their fifth album and continue to surprise critics with

their genre-bending instrumentals.

BadBadNotGood plays Max Watts, West End, 7 December.

Tickets $50.90. See

www.livenation.com.au

FirstOpenHouse

Fresh from playing Big Sound and the launch of her first

EP, breakout solo talent Rebel Yell (Grace Stevenson,

below

) will bring her industrial techno sound to the

first Open House event alongside audio-visual duo

friendships, hot Brisbane DJs Sezzo Snot, Sullivan, Baby

Mama and others. Open House has been organised to

be an inclusive event in a safe space at the Foundry,

Fortitude Valley and to help raise funds for local

community radio station 4ZZZ.

Open House at The Foundry, Fortitude Valley, 19

November, tickets $24. See

www.thefoundry.net.au