Laser Beak Man

Playhouse, QPAC

Laser Beak Man, Brisbane’s favourite homegrown hero, is back with a stunning visual theatre show at QPAC from October 2 to 5. 

Laser Beak Man, QPAC

Laser Beak Man, based on Tim Sharp’s award-winning, distinctive visual art, returns home following its world premiere season at Brisbane Festival in 2017. Nominated for 4 Helpmann Awards, this spectacular show is loaded with cutting edge digital imagery and free-flying AirOrbs; with an incredibly catchy soundtrack composed and performed live by Sam Cromack and his band Ball Park Music.

Laser Beak Man, QPAC

The world of Laser Beak Man is brought to life in puppet form by David Morton and Nicholas Paine of Dead Puppet Society, who return to their hometown of Brisbane following a five-month season of The Wider Earth at London’s Natural History Museum, which saw them nominated for a 2019 Olivier Award.

Laser Beak Man, QPAC

Jam-packed with Sharp’s trademark visual puns, Laser Beak Man is a totally cool way to talk about loving and protecting our planet. 

Power City was once the most beautiful city in the world – clean, pure, perfect – and local hero Laser Beak Man worked hard to keep it that way. But now the city isn’t what it used to be. Robbed of his super powers, Laser Beak Man has one last chance to reinvent Power City and save his oldest buddies before they destroy everything.

Don't miss this sensational show for all ages that will leave you smiling from ear to ear. 

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Laser Beak Man 

Playhouse, QPAC 

Melbourne St

Cnr Grey St

South Brisbane 

Oct 2 - 5

$59 + book fee 

136 246

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