Brisbane experiences

Brisbane Theatres

Brisbane Arts Theatre
A Brisbane theatre company that has been performing sine 1936. 210 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane (07 3369 2344).

Brisbane Powerhouse
Brisbane Powerhouse has been created within a historic old powerhouse situated on the banks of the Brisbane River. The Powerhouse exposes and celebrates the diversity of contemporary arts in Brisbane. 119 Lamington Street, New Farm, Brisbane. (07 3358 8600).

Brisbane Powerhouse

Harvest Rain Theatre
A full range of shows at this innovative theatre with performances using a mixture of professionals and amateurs.New Farm, Brisbane.

Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts
This is Australia's first fully integrated creative arts space, and plays host to dance, music, visual arts, circus, multimedia, indigenous theatre, and youth arts displays and performances. Located in the trendy Fortitude Valley the centre was named after the late Australian poet, conservationist and aboriginal rights campaigner Judith Wright. 420 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley (07 3872 9000).

La Boite Theatre
Contemporary theatre-in-the-round with productions by local artists using the Roundhouse Theatre. 6- 8 Musk Avenue (07 3007 8600).

Metro Arts Centre
This contemporary venue showcases community theatre, local drama productions and dance performances. 109 Edward Street, City (07 3002 7100).

Princess Theatre
The Princess Theatre is an amazing, sought-after heritage-listed theatre which is perfect for theatre, musicals, pop music and more. 8 Annerley Road. Woolloongabba (07 3123 6911).

Queensland Conservatorium
Concerts from both students and invited performers. There are regular concerts featuring jazz, orchestral, classical, operatic, digital and world music. South Bank, Brisbane (07 3735 6264).

Queensland Performing Arts Complex
QPAC on the South Bank provides a choice of venues that include the Lyric Theatre which seats 2000 guests and hosts opera, dance and musical theatre;the Concert Hall also seats 2000 and hosts the Symphony Orchestra as well as local and international acts; the Playhouse and Cremorne Theatre are smaller venues and host plays and dramas. Corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets, South Bank (07 3840 7444).

QUT Gardens Theatre
Not only does this University theatre host student productions it also a good venue for local and international plays, musicals and dramatic performances. George Street, City (07 3864 4213).

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