What’s on in Brisbane during the IAML Brisbane conference – Part 1

So you’re coming to Brisbane for the annual IAML Conference in September and you’re keen to check out a concert or some theatre? Here’s a few excellent options that the #iamlbris16 team recommend!

From 22 Sep 2016 onwards

Making a splash from the moment it premiered, this sensational production of Singin’ in the Rain is set to delight Brisbane audiences at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, South Bank.

From 23 Sep to 8 Oct 2016

They’re back with a brand new show to satiate your gender-bent cabaret cravings. Enter the seductive world of BOY&GIRL – a racy cabaret of musical theatre and pop where gender is bent, rules are broken and wine is encouraged at the Brisbane Powerhouse.

Friday 30 Sep 2016

For one night only, the iconic Marina Prior will join tenor Mark Vincent in a magical performance of soaring opera arias, musical theatre showstoppers and well-loved popular songs at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, South Bank.

Saturday 1 Oct 2016

Fun Palaces take place around the world on the first weekend of every October. Fun Palaces are about creating and making together: they are a space where communities come together and offer people of all ages the chance to try their hands at the arts and sciences for free. They are as much about getting together to do something in your community, as they are about what it turns into on the weekend itself. State Library of Queensland will host their Fun Palace on Saturday 1 October.

Saturday 1 Oct 2016

Celebrate the rich musical legacy of David Bowie, with Australian icons and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. David Bowie: Nothing Has Changed features iOTA, Steve Kilbey, Deborah Conway, Adalita and Tex Perkins. Conducted by Guy Noble. Creatibe Director Amanda Pelman. Brisbane Convention and Entertainment Centre.

Saturday 1 Oct 2016

Don’t miss this unique evening of sometimes shocking, sometimes riotous revelations — and the opportunity to ask your own questions of this multi BAFTA-winning documentary-maker, as Australia hosts Louis Theroux Live On Stage at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, South Bank.

Sunday 2 Oct 2016

The biggest breakthrough band of 2014, 5 SECONDS OF SUMMER, who are touring the world in 2016, will close off their global run of dates with three Australian shows including the Riverstage Brisbane.

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