If your calendar is looking a little, ahem, bare these days don’t stress because we have you covered!
1. World Science Festival
The World Science Festival is back in South Bank for the second year running. The program is packed full of talks, events and activities aimed at educating and stimulating conversation around science in a fun and immersive way. Click here to browse the program.
2. Kate Miller Heidke
Australian theatre and pop star Kate Miller-Heidke joins Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra Camerata of St John’s in a special expanded format to present an orchestral re-imagining of her celebrated catalogue, featuring old favourites, new material, covers and songs from The Rabbits. If you are a fan of the Brisbane native, this is one not to be missed.
3. My Fair Lady
Wouldn’t it be lovely to see My Fair Lady on stage? Now you can! In the show’s 60th anniversary year, Opera Australia and John Frost join forces to honour the past and bring the beloved story of Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins to a new generation of theatre audiences.
4. City Sounds
If you like the sound of free music, look no further than South Bank’s City Sounds which are on throughout March. Featuring a range of Brisbane talent, listening to these home-grown acts are a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Click here to see who is playing this month.
5. James vs Jack Brewsvegas Event
In 2016. Jack Daniels commemorated 150 years as the oldest registered distillery in the United States of America. The incredible, true story of James Squire, maintains a similar legend and therefore, it’s time to bring the two head to head! The Charming Squire’s Head Brewer and Grant Shearon from Jack Daniels will be presenting on the evening, educating guests on each individual course. Click here for more info.