Pink Flamingo Spiegeland Brisbane

For seven years — until it needs to make way for Brisbane's Olympics preparations — Northshore Hamilton is home to a 400-seat riverside cabaret club.
Sarah Ward
February 21, 2024


This addition to Northshore Hamilton is here for a good time — a saucy time, too — but not for a long time. Putting a patch of riverside space to use before it starts to become the Olympic Media Village for the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games, At the end of 2023, the Pink Flamingo Spiegeland opened its doors for a seven-year stay on Bincote Street. Get ready for spicy cabarets by the river, plus drinks, all in a custom-designed 400-seat pavilion.

If you're a fan of risqué performances, then you might've enjoyed a show over beverages in The Pink Flamingo Spiegeclub in Broadbeach since 2019. Now, it's the River City's turn without hitting the highway. And if you're wondering what a spiegelclub is, it takes cues from both spiegeltents and cabaret clubs, combining the vibe of both.

Fans of burlesque, comedy and cabaret — and acrobatics and drag, too — can soak in a production at a purpose-built site that unsurprisingly follows the Gold Coast venue's lead when it comes to its favourite colour: pink, of course, as befitting its name. Hosting eight performances a week, The Pink Flamingo Spiegeland pairs its performances with food and cocktails. And as for what you'll be watching, Suavé, La Teaze and Ripped are the resident productions.

All three shows now playing Brisbane have previously graced the stage on the Goldie — and yes, Ripped is a male revue if you're keen on a Magic Mike-esque experience.


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