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Catch more than 400 performance and events throughout the nooks and crannies of Brisbane - anywhere but a theatre.
The 2015 Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival, held at Doomben Racecourse from 9 May until 6 June, will include four exciting new events.
The Mother's Day Classic is an opportunity to do something active and fun while remembering those affected by breast cancer.
Get ready for a night of thrills, shocks, laughter and disbelief as LA SOIRÉE returns with its potent cocktail of cabaret, new burlesque and circus sideshow.
TOTEM, by Cirque Du Soleil, is a fascinating journey into the evolution of mankind.
Until 17 May
Rising star Emma Pearson sings the role of Violetta, a coveted courtesan trapped in a life of pleasure for payment. She falls in love with Alfredo (Aldo Di Toro) and their brief affair soars, only to be torn apart and ultimately come to an end.
Supporting the McGrath Foundation, the Illumi Run is the ultimate party on the run.
Soul Boys of the Western World Tour sees all five original band members of Spandau Ballet - Tony Hadley, John Keeble, Gary Kemp, Martin Kemp and Steve Norman - come together to perform their smash-hit anthems.
The Queensland Performing Arts Centre hosts world-class entertainment in the Concert Hall, Lyric Theatre, Cremorne Theatre and the Playhouse.
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