Red Hill Cinemas have risen from the ashes of the old Red Hill skate arena and the original picture theatre on that site
State of the art entertainment venue Dendy Coorparoo is the jewel in the crown of Coorparoo Square
The old Brisbane city Metro Cinema has been re-incarnated as the Lumen Room, a refurbished intimate space with old skool seating
Reading Cinemas Newmarket offers reclining, luxury seating for all movie-goers to enjoy, plus state-of-the-art cinematic technology.
One of Brisbane CBD's best kept heritage secrets, Tara House, is set to take on a new life as the Elizabeth Picture Theatre
Hawthorne Deluxe Cinema is the glamorous 21st century sibling to the historic Hawthorne Cinema across the road.
Goleby’s Basement might just be the coolest performance space in South East Qld, where New York meets Ipswich underground in a heritage-listed ex-saddlery.
The Tivoli Drive-In Theatre, a 40 minute drive from Brisbane’s CBD or 7 minutes from Ipswich, offers families an affordable night of old-fashioned fun underneath the stars.
Blue Room Cinebar is Rosalie Village’s hidden gem - a quartet of tiny boutique cinemas, groovy bar and dining lounge overlooking Baroona Rd’s eat street.
The iconic Village Twin Cinema re-opens this weekend, renamed the New Farm Cinemas and featuring the famous Purple Room in fully restored glory.
The Australian Cinematheque occupies a pair of intimate custom designed theatrettes which are encased in the black box jutting out from the road side of GOMA.
The first cinema to operate on this site, the Avro, opened as a single open air cinema in 1912 and closed after the end of World War I.
The spectacular monolithic building that was once the engine room for Brisbane’s tram networks is today the engine room for Brisbane’s fringe arts scene.
Since the old Dendy closed at the historical Elycium Theatre in the city, this spankingly modern cinema wears the mantle of the only Dendy in town.
One of a few historical Heritage Cinemas buildingBrisbane movie theatres still in operation, the Hawthorne Cinemas started life as The Roxy in 1922.
This unique creative arts and performance space brings together contemporary music and dance, cabaret, chamber circus and indigenous and youth theatre and the visual arts under one roof.

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Swan Lake Act II and Graduation Ball share the QPAC stage
Contemporary dance & indigenous culture intertwine in this powerful production
Gain a fascinating insight into Aboriginal Australia
Queensland Symphony Orchestra accompanies a screening of Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi
Abbey Road Live in Concert returns to Fortitude Music Hall
Join Patricia Ward Kelly for a fascinating look at legendary Gene Kelly
Two sets of super-talented siblings team up for a night of musical mastery
The Brisbane Comedy Festival returns in February
Noni Hazlehurst’s critically-acclaimed production of Mother returns
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