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From Feb 18
Bach to Beatles - Brisbane City Hall
From Feb 20
There was a time when the world was full of magic and splendor, as if all on Earth existed in harmony with Heaven. You could see it in the arts, feel it in the air, and hear it in the beat of a drum.

Dance

From Feb 20
There was a time when the world was full of magic and splendor, as if all on Earth existed in harmony with Heaven. You could see it in the arts, feel it in the air, and hear it in the beat of a drum.

Jazz

From Feb 17
The blues has always been about trouble. And there are many different kinds of trouble. Some kinds make you want to weep and moan, some kinds make you want to howl at the moon - but most kinds begin or end in sinning. Join Jessie Gordon's Dirty Blues band
From Feb 18
The Cottontail Trio are three dazzling Perth women with a deep abiding love for Andrews Sisters style three-part harmony. With vintage hair and dance moves to match, Jessie, Amy and Alissa will take you on a journey through popular harmony music from the
From Feb 25
Fremantle Arts Centre's annual program of intriguing cross-genre collaborations, Soft Soft Loud, returns in 2016 with a 20th anniversary performance of Mark-Anthony Turnage’s (UK) 1996 work Blood on the Floor, uniquely adapted for this occasion.

Light Classics

From Feb 18
The Cottontail Trio are three dazzling Perth women with a deep abiding love for Andrews Sisters style three-part harmony. With vintage hair and dance moves to match, Jessie, Amy and Alissa will take you on a journey through popular harmony music from the
From Feb 18
Bach to Beatles - Brisbane City Hall
From Feb 20
TMO kick off their 2016 MET Concert Season with an all string program which includes the masterful String Serenades from both Dvorak and Tchaikovsky.

Musical Theatre & Cabaret

From Feb 15
They’ve played hard to get, tried salsa classes and swiped right on Tinder, but nothing seems to work. Join Ginger & Tonic as they continue their search for love through their new dating concept - Dating-via-Cabaret. This a cappella girl group has enrap
From Feb 17
The blues has always been about trouble. And there are many different kinds of trouble. Some kinds make you want to weep and moan, some kinds make you want to howl at the moon - but most kinds begin or end in sinning. Join Jessie Gordon's Dirty Blues band
From Feb 18
The Cottontail Trio are three dazzling Perth women with a deep abiding love for Andrews Sisters style three-part harmony. With vintage hair and dance moves to match, Jessie, Amy and Alissa will take you on a journey through popular harmony music from the

Stage

From Feb 15
They’ve played hard to get, tried salsa classes and swiped right on Tinder, but nothing seems to work. Join Ginger & Tonic as they continue their search for love through their new dating concept - Dating-via-Cabaret. This a cappella girl group has enrap
From Feb 16
The Australia Day committee is gearing up to put on the town’s biggest party – but they have a few issues of their own to sort out first
From Feb 17
The blues has always been about trouble. And there are many different kinds of trouble. Some kinds make you want to weep and moan, some kinds make you want to howl at the moon - but most kinds begin or end in sinning. Join Jessie Gordon's Dirty Blues band

Theatre

From Feb 16
The Australia Day committee is gearing up to put on the town’s biggest party – but they have a few issues of their own to sort out first
From Feb 17
“You deny something happened for long enough and sooner or later, least in your mind, it didn’t. Never did in theirs anyway.”
From Feb 19
Inspired by real stories of fake victims, Triumph is an absurd and deeply unsettling take on politics of struggle in the post-9/11 world.

Visual Art

From Feb 17
Three artists come together capturing the relentless power and the strength in stillness of water: Erika Beck | Rhett Brewer | Cathryn McEwen

World

From Feb 19
Hailing from Canada, Digging Roots are JUNO award winning indie roots innovators. Husband and wife and first nations team Raven Kanatakta and ShoShona Kish trade lead vocals fluidly going from whispery intimacies to smokey wails.
From Mar 11
Women of the World celebrates culturally diverse female artists during Queensland Women’s Week.
From Mar 22
Songhoy Blues are a unique new band. Their music calls on elements of rock and hip hop, but deep at its heart is the rhythms and beats of Mali's Songhoy people. Amidst the terror of war, music has triumphed and created a powerful desert rock collective.