A handy little list of the best goings-on in Brisbane this February and March 2017.
Everyone’s favourite French Film Festival is back with an incredible line-up of 45 films, from the adventure filled The Odyssey to the light-hearted Bun In The Oven.
March 16 – April 9. Check out the programme here.
Discover the ins and outs of the world’s largest particle accelerator, learning about everything from its mind-boggling development to the incredible discoveries its making. Science buffs will think all their Christmases have come at once.
Until April 25 at The Queensland Museum. Purchase tickets here.
We call this the classic '#HadronCollider silhouette' shot. Brush up on your Big Bang 💥 theory and get your memorable photo inside the exhibition during the summer hols & share by tagging #qldmuseum. We will be sharing our favourites with you in the new year, so get creative people. 📷 by @vanapawz #regram #hadroncollider #qldmuseum #lhc #bigbang #welovescience #bigbangtheory
GOMA’s current exhibition allows visitors to explore over 250 contemporary artworks set to titillate the senses with their use of light, space and architecture. Possibly the biggest drawcard is Carsten Höller's giant slippery dip, Left/Right Slide. We’ll give you the hot tip: you won’t be taking the stairs.
Until April 17. Entry is free.
The eighth instalment of the festival is its biggest yet with over 66 comedians converging on Queensland’s capital. Enjoy the likes of Luke McGregor, Cal Wilson and Dave Hughes.
February 26 – March 28. Check out the guide here.
Dave Hughes is officially Deluded - find out how he came to be that way at the 2017 Brisbane Comedy Festival!⠀ ⠀ Dave Hughes 'Deluded'⠀ Thursday, March 9, 2017 to Sunday, March 12, 2017⠀ 8.45pm (Saturday 7.45pm, Sunday 8.30pm)⠀ Brisbane Powerhouse⠀ #brisbanecomedyfestival #brisbanecomedy #brisbaneshow @bris_powerhouse
Taking up residence in an old container wharf in the upmarket suburb of Hamilton, these markets offer everything necessary to keep visitors happy, from delicious plates to boutique beers, live music and more fairy lights than you can poke a stick at.
Every Friday and Saturday night from 4pm – 10pm.
If you’re a country music fan, there’s no better place for you to be on the last weekend in March than Willowbank Raceway. This year’s festival features some of the biggest names in the business such as The Dixie Chicks, Little Big Town and – for the traditionalists – Lee Kernighan.
March 24 – 26. Buy tickets here.
Now in its fifth year, BrisAsia is a celebration of the best bits of Asian culture. The varied programme offers something for everyone, including food tours, contemporary art displays, tai chi sessions and lantern making classes.
Until February 19.
Did anyone check out the #brisasiafestival yet?? It looks amazing!! Feel so lucky to live in such a fun vibrant city ❤ * * * #singleseventsbrisbane #onlinedatingsucks #brisbanedating #Brisbanesingles #brisbaneevents #brisbane #qld #queensland #singlewomenbrisbane #singlemenbrisbane #newtobrisbane #wheretomeetsinglewomenbrisbane #wheretomeetsinglemenbrisbane #wheretomeetsingles #brisbanebusiness #brisbanelocal #ourqld Cred: @brisbanecitycouncil
This festival celebrates all things contemporary dance, offering brilliant performances, dance classes, workshops and behind the scenes experiences.
February 18 – 25 at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.
A new contemporary dance festival is set for Brisbane next month!!! danceinforma.com.au/articles/supercell-set-to-stun-Brisbane #danceinforma #dancefestival #supercelldancefestival #dancenews #brisbaneevents ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 📸: 'Passing' by Amrita Hepi and Jahra Wasasala. Photo by Lucy Alcorn, courtesy of SUPERCELL.
The folks behind this delicious Italian venture know how annoying it can be to find your favourite food truck, so they’ve parked their Kombi on Edward Street in the CBD, turning it into a reliable venue for delicious doughy creations until the end of March.
Until March 31.
The latest offering from award winning writer Michelle Law takes a humorous look at what it means to be an Asian woman living in Australia. Expect laugh-out-loud moments with a touch of poignancy.
February 11 – March 4. Book tickets here.