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MAY

2-27

Rick Amor, exhibition

Philip Bacon Galleries,

Fortitude Valley

5-13

Swan Lake, Queensland Ballet

Lyric Theatre, QPAC,

South Brisbane

5

Retirement, Lifestyle and Travel

Expo

Brisbane Convention and

Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane

6

Hans Zimmer

Brisbane Convention and

Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane

From 6

Avenue Q, musical theatre

Brisbane Arts Theatre,

Petrie Terrace

From 6 Céline Condorelli, exhibition

IMA, Fortitude Valley

From 6 Material Politics, exhibition

IMA, Fortitude Valley

8

Green Day

Brisbane Entertainment Centre,

Boondall

9

Alexis and Murat Sanal, from

Istanbul-based SANALarc, UQ

Architecture lecture series, free

State Library of Queensland,

South Brisbane

13

Robert Andrew, artist studio visit,

free

Register prior at

www.museumofbrisbane.com.au

13

Peking Duk

The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley

15-19 The Village, La Boite Theatre

Company

Roundhouse Theatre, Kelvin Grove

16

Brandenburg Orchestra with Circa Concert Hall, QPAC,

South Brisbane

17

Politics in the Pub, free

Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm

19

Harrison Craig

The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley

20

Gluten Free Food Expo

Brisbane Showgrounds,

Bowen Hills

23

Author Ian Rankin in conversation

with Michael Robotham

Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm

From 25 The Pearlfishers, OperaQ

Lyric Theatre, QPAC,

South Brisbane

From 25 Lady Beatle, Naomi Price

La Boite Theatre, Kelvin Grove

26

Bliss n Eso

Eatons Hill Hotel, Eatons Hill

27

Pool and Spa Show

Brisbane Showgrounds,

Bowen Hills

27

Travelplan International Ski Expo Brisbane Convention and

Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane

JUNE

1

Elvis Wonder of You, concert

Brisbane Entertainment Centre,

Boondall

2

Careers and Employment Expo Brisbane Convention and

Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane

2

Scott Redford, Learning from

Surfers Paradise, art exhibition

Fireworks Gallery, Newstead

2

Thundamentals

The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley

3

Hot Rod Show

Brisbane Convention and

Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane

3

Noises Off, Queensland Theatre

Playhouse, QPAC

4

Julia Morris

Concert Hall, QPAC,

South Brisbane

From 7 Steve Lopes, Island of Misfits,

exhibition

Mitchell Fine Art Gallery,

Fortitude Valley

8

Laura Marling

TheTriffid, Newstead

17

The Best of The Eagles

The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley

22

Young at Heart: the Hits of Frank

Sinatra and Doris Day with Tom

Burlinson and Melinda Schneider

Concert Hall, QPAC,

South Brisbane

24

Andromeda Inner City Electronica

Festival

The Triffid, Newstead

24

Rice, Queensland Theatre

Bille Brown Studio, South Brisbane

From 29 Frozen, Disney on Ice

Brisbane Entertainment Centre,

Boondall

WHEN WHAT WHERE

BNE May/June 2017 |

35

CHRIS ROCK SAYS

HELLO BRISBANE

Chris Rock will make his first appearance in Brisbane as part of

his Total Blackout Tour, his first live tour in nine years. When the

comic last toured Australia he didn’t make it beyond Melbourne

and Sydney and he’s packed so much more into his CV since then

– writing, producing, directing and starring in projects from TV

series, documentaries and comedy specials to feature films. But just

in case over-eager fans have any ideas of snapping a keepsake of such

a momentous occasion there’s a reason it’s called the Total Blackout

Tour – phones (and smart watches or any cameras and recording

devices) will be secured in special pouches which will be locked

throughout the performance and released on departure. Chris Rock

performs on 24 June at Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Boondall.

Tickets from $71.20 plus fees. See

https://premier.ticketek.com.au

PATHTONIRVANA

Prince Siddhartha is the world’s first musical on the life of

the Buddha, adapted from the bestseller,

The Biography

of Sakyamuni Buddha

. It tells the story of a young prince

born 2560 years ago who renounces his royal status and

luxurious life to seek enlightenment, performed for the

first time in Australia by more than 50 artists from the

Fo Guang Shan Academy of Art in the Philippines. On

16 and 17 June, at Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane.

Tickets from $50 plus fees. See

www.qpac.com.au