heartBeast Boutique Theatre at Trinity Hall, Church St, Fortitude Valley: heartBeast is a not-for-profit theatre organisation that offers artists the opportunity to investigate and explore their performance philosophy and skills of artistry through an aesthetic prism that meshes heightened theatricality with the organic performance of archetypal, contemporary, local and world stories. Through this investigation of style and subject matter, heartBeast synthesises and manifests image, voice and meaning to provoke, inform, entertain and educate audiences about life affecting issues or philosophies.
Through ongoing exploration, creativity and performance, heartBeast develops and presents a repertoire of heightened, adventurous theatre that enthrals and engages audiences to reconsider their personal perspectives, philosophies and place in the world. heartBeast's goal is to explore and manifest theatricality to make a difference.
Mercury Theatre Inc: Mercury Theatre Inc is a community-based theatre group that has been entertaining audiences in the Wynnum-Manly bayside area of Brisbane since 1949. We welcome all community members who enjoy being part of the theatrical experience.
St Luke's Theatre Society – Produces several plays a year to introduce young people to the stage and for community entertainment. Profits are distributed to many charities. 193 Ekibin Rd, East Annerley.
Brisbane HerStory Theatrical Walking Tour, Brisbane City
A new theatrical tour experience has taken Brisbane's streets by storm! Watch for the woman in the purple velvet hat! You're not dreaming … you're actually about to encounter none other than famous novelist Rosa Praed (1851-1935). Through the magic of theatre, one of Australia's most prolific writers (she published over 40 novels) is back in town and she's on a mission to raise awareness of Brisbane's HerStory. As Rosa offers deeper insights through the ages, an enriching perspective on the lifestyle and life choices of women in Brisbane emerges. Get to know your famous guide Rosa Praed, a woman well ahead of her time. She's a local (born and bred in the Brisbane region) who's returned with her quick wit and social commentary. From her perspective, strolling Brisbane's streets together on this 3 hour immersive tour, you will discover many of the extraordinary female characters who have contributed to our city's soul.
Spirits of the Red Sand Aboriginal Theatre Show and Dinner, Beenleigh
Connect with the world of the Aboriginal culture through this 3.5-hour live theatre show and dinner experience in Beenleigh, between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Learn about the dramatic story of Jarrah and his brothers brought to life via a cast of direct descendants of the very story you'll be walking through. Experience powerful cultural performances as they move through each set and witness how two cultures come together to form a nation. After the show, mix and mingle with the cast over a hearty Australian-style char-grilled buffet dinner.
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