Click through to find out the best of what's happening this week in Brisbane and its surrounding regions.
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Celebrating the Italian National Day and in its ninth year now, Italian Week 2015 will once again shine the light on all things Italian in Queensland.
26 May to 2 June
Paniyiri Greek Festival is kaleidoscopic cultural explosion that is now legendary, with more than 50,000 Greeks and honorary Greeks flocking to Musgrave Park, South Brisbane.
The 2015 Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival, held at Doomben Racecourse from 9 May until 6 June, will include four exciting new events.
Until 6 June
Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage is coming to Australia for a 10th Anniversary Tour!
27 May to 21 June
Judith is back and the good news is that her last year really sucked. An awful year for Judith leads to a great show for her fans, and 2014 was magnificently terrible.
26 May to 7 June
Australian Ballet returns to Brisbane with a free outdoor performance of Giselle at Riverstage, brought to you by Telstra.
California Dreaming – The Music of the Mamas and the Papas is part concert, part biography, and all things celebrating the Mamas and Papas – their lives, their loves and their music.
The Queensland Performing Arts Centre hosts world-class entertainment in the Concert Hall, Lyric Theatre, Cremorne Theatre and the Playhouse.
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