Events this summer at South Bank - Visit Brisbane


Events this summer at South Bank

Venture out this summer and enjoy an abundance of events to suit all tastes at South Bank.  

Read on for a round-up of the events taking place in December 2021 and January 2022, in no particular order.

An American In Paris

An American in Paris, photo credit: Tristram Kenton

- Catch the keenly awaited Australian Premiere of the Broadway musical, An American in Paris at QPAC (January 8-30, 2022).

- Shop a curated collection of Brisbane designers under the Queensland Museum’s iconic whales at the BrisStyle Handmade Markets (December 11).

- Groove and boogie at an outdoor dance class, guided by the beginner-friendly instructors of Bring a Plate Inclusive Dance Company (located at the entrance to GoMA).

South Bank Christmas Cinema

South Bank Christmas Cinema

- Snuggle onto a picnic blanket while watching an all-time favourite at the outdoor Christmas Cinema presented by eatSouthBank at River Quay Green (December 18-23, free).

- For ultimate family festive fun, sing and dance along at the South Bank Christmas Show at the South Bank Piazza (December 18-23, tickets essential).

- Celebrate the true meaning of the festive season at the Spirit of Christmas at QPAC’s Concert Hall (December 17 and 18).

- Spend An Evening with Anthony Warlow, one of Australia’s most-loved theatre stars accompanied by the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, as he salutes his time on Broadway (January 28 and 29, 2022 at QPAC’s Concert Hall).

Kids Craft And Storytelling South Bank

Kid's Craft and Storytelling

- Make a Christmas koala instrument and enjoy story time and carols with Santa's elves at the Kid’s Craft and Storytelling + get a photo with Santa and Mrs Claus at Santa’s Stopover at Flowstate (December 18-23, free).

- Celebrate 85 Years of magic-making with Ballet Theatre Queensland’s joyous production of Coppélia (January 19-22, 2022 at the QPAC Playhouse).

- Don’t miss the captivating Viewpoints: Contemporary Aboriginal photography exhibition at the State Library of Queensland (until February 2022, free).

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