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A Friday night party dedicated to the humble fried onion sliver.
Party your way through GOMA's latest blockbuster exhibition.
Free tunes come to South Bank's new arts precinct every Friday night.
Kick back with Friday arvo tunes and food.
If you weren't already crazy in love with Beyonce, you will be after this.
An eerie reimagining of a damn fine TV soundtrack.
Brisbane gets its first regular market dedicated to pets.
The Valley favourite has relaxing Saturday afternoons covered.
A day dedicated to bending, stretching, meditating and bliss.
The 20-minute show features melodies, frequencies and riffs composed specifically for dogs.
Food, fashion and flavoursome cocktails.
The dumplings and spring rolls don't stop, every Sunday.
Devour all the slices you can for $20 and a drink.
Go down the rabbit hole at ACMI's world-first interactive 'Alice in Wonderland' exhibition.
Over 200 modern and contemporary masterpieces from New York's MoMA have come to Australia for the very first time in this epic display.
A semi-permanent interactive exhibition that holds a mirror to Brisbanites.
Tuck into unlimited tacos every Tuesday.
Battle it out for the jackpot over a few beers from the West End bar's extensive selection.
Brisbane's weekly dance in the dark party.
Salt Meats Cheese gives your Tuesdays a much-needed buzz.
A monthly mid-week evening of drinks and parmigiana, all to an ace vinyl soundtrack.
Your monthly Japanese film fix.
The dairy and drink pairing you can enjoy all day.
Stop putting staplers in jelly and start answering trivia questions.
Dance like no one's watching — with a drink in your hand.
A free karaoke night in New Farm.
Live music comes to South Bank's new party pub every Thursday night.
Friday, July 15, 2016 - Monday, July 15, 2019
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Two of Melbourne's pizza institutions are now slinging $4 pies up north, every day.
Thursday, August 31 - Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Australia's first big Muslim rom-com is also one of the funniest, smartest and warmest local films in years.
Thursday, August 24 - Wednesday, October 4, 2017
An entertaining return to familiar territory for one of Hollywood’s few remaining megastars.
Thursday, August 10 - Wednesday, September 20, 2017
The latest installment in the Conjuring franchise has nothing new to offer.
Saturday, September 9 - Saturday, September 30, 2017
Because every good festival needs a great hub.
This year's fest features jumping castle theatre, a mini festival headlined by London Grammar and — of course — fireworks.
Sunday, September 17 - Sunday, October 1, 2017
Swordplay and historical epics? It must be a Shakespeare festival.
Thursday, August 24 - Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Prepare to be spirited away as all 22 of the Japanese animation house's films are screened around the country.
Thursday, July 20 - Saturday, September 23, 2017
A survey of the Indigenous artist's extensive and diverse works.
Thursday, July 20 - Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Christopher Nolan's WWII epic is an astonishing triumph of storytelling, aesthetics and emotion.
Saturday, September 16 - Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Exploring ecstasy in art in all of its exaggerated and extravagant forms.
Sci-fi-inspired giants are on their way to South Bank.
Thursday, September 7 - Sunday, September 24, 2017
South Bank Piazza becomes an acrobat-filled house party — with a jumping castle.
Sunday, August 20 - Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Pondering the intersection of man and machine.
Predictable but never cloying or dull, Gifted is a heartwarming film that benefits from several fantastic performances.
A funny and genuine girls night out comedy that rises above the pack.
Billed as the British Brokeback Mountain, this rural queer romance pulses with honesty and emotion.
Friday, September 8 - Sunday, October 1, 2017
Showcasing the filmmakers behind your cinematic nightmare.
Thursday, August 17 - Wednesday, September 27, 2017
If you want to feel warm and fuzzy, there are plenty of better, sweeter and more charming British films worth watching ahead of this one.