Queensland has a thriving arts scene with acclaimed theatre, opera and symphony venues along with plenty of gigs and live bands performing every day of the week. Browse through the events below to see what's on during your holiday.
16 Jan to 18 Dec 2014
Abbey of the Roses has an interactive Murder Mystery Masquerade Party hosted dinner for 10-24 guests, includes canapes, main, dessert, four hour beverage package, fun, laughter, plus memories for years to come.
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5 to 27 Apr 2014
Magician and illusionist Matt Hollywood has announced his new live show on the sunny Gold Coast - Illusions.
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15 Apr to 1 Jun 2014
The King and I returns to Australia with the first lady of Australian musical theatre, Lisa McCune and international opera sensation Teddy Tahu Rhodes as the King of Siam.
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24 Apr 2014 Free Entry
RSL (Queensland Branch) and Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) unite again to present the free community ANZAC Eve Concert to honour current and ex-serving men and women, who have served for our freedom and remembering those we have lost in past and present wars.
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24 Apr 2014
Propaganda reels and hundreds of clay figures cleverly combine in this autobiographical documentary of childhood under the Kymer Rouge.
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24 to 27 Apr 2014
A perfect way to celebrate Anzac Day, last year this extraordinary piece of critically-acclaimed theatre stunned and moved audiences at its Townsville premier.
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25 to 27 Apr 2014
Undara Experience will erupt on the Undara Outback Rock and Blues weekend with five separate guest artists over three days, a weekend to suit all music lovers.
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26 Apr to 3 May 2014
You can have whatever you desire... if you pay the price.
Invoking the secret trysts, simmering jealousies and stark realities that made last year's Blaque Bordello a sell-out success, Dance Noir features a cast of exquisite and captivating young dancers, including Kenny Johnson, Tyrel Dulvarie and Yolanda Lowatta (So You Think You Can Dance Australia) and steps out of the Bordello's smoke-and-mirrors world to visit other bedrooms.
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28 Apr 2014
In 2011, songwriter and diplomat Fred Smith returned from 18 months in Uruzgan Province, southern Afghanistan with a collection of songs he released as the album Dust of Uruzgan .
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28 to 29 Apr 2014
Based on the popular book by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley, Pete The Sheep has been brought to the stage by one of Australia's leading children's theatre companies Monkey Baa Theatre Company.
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