The company celebrates its 60th anniversary year with a gala of works created and presented by QB over the years.
Conjuring Italo Calvino’s 1972 novel Invisible Cities on stage seemed an impossible but irresistible challenge. Leo Warner and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui tell Olivia Stewart how they and their creative team have used every possible tool to (loosely) bring the book to life.
The exquisite young artist has returned from injury a wiser, more mature dancer.
The Isango Ensemble laments the victims of the tragic World War I maritime disaster in powerful music and dance.
With the opening weekend of the Brisbane Festival in full swing, we check in with the outgoing Artistic Director.
Featuring a new work by Rafael Bonachela, performed with the ASQ, the Australian premiere of a William Forsythe piece, and the return of ab [intra].
The six rising stars of The Australian Ballet in the running for this year’s Award have been named, with public voting open for the People's Choice.
A reimagined story ballet that tells an intricate story of three powerful women.
Queensland Ballet’s own star power fuels a sublime return to Verona.
Chinese choreographer Yang Liping returns to Australia with her latest production.
A thrilling night of diverse choreography featuring two superstar dancers and two guest artists, all dancing with great passion.
David McAllister has won the Arts Leadership award for his work at The Australian Ballet – but maintains it's an acknowledgement of the entire organisation.
The American dancer discusses his legendary partnership with Natalia Osipova and performing in her curated program of solos and duets coming to Sydney.