24° & RAINY ON THURSDAY 30 MARCH IN BRISBANE
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    • HOT DUB WINE MACHINE

      Music and wine come together for a party in the vines.

    • FRIDAY CULT MOVIE NIGHTS

      Old faves, overlooked highlights and more.

    • EASY STREET EATS

      The eastside gets a new food truck frenzy.

    • A ROCK & ROLL WRITERS FESTIVAL 2017

      Australia's only festival dedicated to writing, rocking and rolling returns for its second year.

    • A CURE FOR WELLNESS

      It won't be remembered as a landmark horror flick, but this over-the-top effort is still entertainingly unnerving.

    • BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

      This lavish adaptation of Disney's classic fairy tale blends nostalgia with a refreshing sense of progress.

    • MYRIAD

      More than 100 speakers from over 20 different countries will ponder the future of culture, health, money, cities, and work and play.

    • EARTH AND FIRE: CERAMICS FROM THE QUT ART COLLECTION

      Explore handmade wares from the 1970s onwards.

    • LIAM O'BRIEN: POSSESSIONS

      This video work draws upon horror and science-fiction cinema to explore the relationship between humanity and technology.

    • FILM NOIR

      Celebrate the thrills and twists of one of cinema's favourite genres.

    • SPLENDOUR — NOW LOOK HERE AND METRO ARTS

      Brisbane theatre ensemble Now Look Here take on a British classic with an all-female cast and crew.

    • MADE BY HAND

      Learn, shop, chat, drink and eat as local makers showcase their handmade and fresh-cooked wares.

    • SUMMER OF ROSé CLOSING PARTY

      Celebrate everyone's favourite pink drink.

    • JAMES ST MARIE CLAIRE UP LATE

      James Street turns into a fashion party for one night only.

    • BLEACH* FESTIVAL 2017

      The Gold Coast's arts and culture festival returns for 2017.

    • POWER RANGERS

      Breakfast Club meets Fantastic Four...with underwhelming results.

    • LIFE

      Intelligent life on Mars, perhaps, but none in this by-the-numbers sci-fi horror flick.

    • BRISBANE COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017

      The city's annual laughfest returns for its eighth year.

    • ALLIANCE FRANCAISE FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2017

      This year sees 45 formidable films on offer, from the Audrey Tatou-starring Jacques Cousteau biopic to Venice Film Festival highlight Planetarium.

    • PETS AT THE GABBA

      Brisbane gets its first regular market dedicated to pets.

    • JASPER JONES

      A young local cast does terrific work in this engaging adaptation of a beloved Australian novel.

    • O'KEEFFE, PRESTON, COSSINGTON SMITH: MAKING MODERNISM

      Meet the mother of American Modernism.

    • PATRIOTS DAY

      This thriller about the Boston bombings is well crafted, but recent political developments make it a rather uncomfortable watch.

    • MILTON MARKETS

      This weekly westside shopping gathering is worth getting up early for.

    • CULT MOVIE SCREENINGS AT IN THE HOUSE 2017

      Your Friday night dose of nostalgia.

    • ROSE SUNDAYS

      Enough of this frose business.

    • GREEN JAM SESSIONS

      Kick back with Friday arvo tunes and food.

    • JURASSIC PARK THE MUSICAL — BRISBANE ARTS THEATRE

      Singing and dancing dinosaurs find a way.

    • LUCENT

      Eight months of amazing indigenous art.

    • THE GREAT WALL

      This massive Chinese-American co-production suffers from thin characters, but visually it's outstanding.

    • DENISE GREEN: BEYOND AND BETWEEN – A PAINTER'S JOURNEY

      Witness 40 years of artistry from a Brisbane-raised talent.

    • HADRON COLLIDER: STEP INSIDE THE WORLD'S GREATEST EXPERIMENT

      The next best thing to venturing deep under the border between Switzerland and France.

    • SUGAR SPIN: YOU, ME, ART AND EVERYTHING

      Carsten Höller's art slippery dip will let you slide all the way from the top floor of GOMA to the bottom.

    • MT GRAVATT MARKETTA

      A new Saturday night foodie market south of the river.

    • 100% BRISBANE

      A semi-permanent interactive exhibition that holds a mirror to Brisbanites.

    • PIZZANTICA POP-UP

      More pizza, more often.

    • RED HILL FARMERS MARKETS

      Inner west residents, your weekends are looking fresh.

    • A VERY MURRAY MARCH

      Relive your favourite Murray movies over and over again.

    • EMMA HAMILTON: BY WAY OF NAVIGATION

      Get lost in thought as a stint on a Norwegian island inspires an examination into visual and scientific observation.

    • SIT. POSE. SNAP. BRISBANE PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY 1850 – 1950

      Explore the pre-selfie history of Brisbane portrait photography.

    • LOVING

      An intimate true story about love in the face of prejudice.

    • THE EAGLE HUNTRESS

      This captivating doco was the darling of last year's festival circuit.

    • LESS THAN: ART AND REDUCTIONISM

      Less is more in this showcase of pieces from the '60s to now.

    • ROBERT ANDREW: OUR MUTABLE HISTORIES

      The Perth-born, Brisbane-based Indigenous Australian artist probes the country's culture and heritage in a series of contemplative pieces.

    • THE STORY OF BRISBANE — PLAYABOUT PRODUCTIONS

      This walking tour offers a different take on the city's history.

    • DAVID STRATTON: A CINEMATIC LIFE

      A fascinating look at the life of the famous film critic and the iconic local titles he helped champion.

    • KONG: SKULL ISLAND

      Big, dumb and fun, Kong is an exhilarating, old-school action romp.

    • THE SALESMAN

      The latest Oscar-winning drama from Iran's Asghar Farhadi makes for compelling viewing, even if it feels a tad familiar.

    • PHILANTHROPISTS AND COLLECTIONS

      Explore the giving impulse that helps art flourish in this new exhibition.

    • CONSTELLATIONS - QUEENSLAND THEATRE

      Star-crossed romance comes to the stage courtesy of this London and New York hit.

    • WELCOME TO SUNNYDALE: A BUFFY 20TH ANNIVERSARY ART SHOW

      19 artists combine to celebrate two decades of vamp-staking television.

    • MISS SLOANE

      Jessica Chastain delivers a masterclass in this taut political thriller.

    • LOGAN

      A violent, gritty, soulful tribute to the character behind so much of this franchise's enduring popularity.

    • FIST FIGHT

      An early contender for the worst movie of the year.

    • T2: TRAINSPOTTING

      This highly anticipated sequel is packed with nostalgia, for better and for worse.

    • RINGS

      This unwanted horror sequel is an even bigger drag than its villain's hairdo.

    • HIDDEN FIGURES

      An inspiring true story buoyed by three infectious performances.

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