What's on at South Bank - Visit Brisbane


What's on at South Bank

Visit South Bank and get fit for free, see a hit musical and hear a number one ARIA album performed live. Read on for more about what’s on in February 2022.


Medibank Feel Good Program class - South Bank Parklands

Medibank Feel Good Program – South Bank Parklands

31 January – 2 April

Get fit for free in South Bank Parklands! Additional classes have been added to the program this series which includes various dance fitness classes, twice-weekly yoga and pilates classes and more. The full class timetable is available now via the Medibank Feel Good Program page.

Frozen JEmma Rix Matt Lee Courtney Monsma

Frozen starring Jemma Rix, Matt Lee and Courtney Monsma. Photo credit: Lisa Tomasetti

Frozen – Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

10 February – 24 April 

Adapted from the Oscar-winning film, Frozen, Disney’s new hit musical tells the inspirational tale of sisterhood and true love with beautiful sets and costumes and amazing special effects. Tickets available for purchase via the QPAC website.

Ruby Fields – Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

18 February

A special intimate concert by Ruby Field as part of her album tour for number 1 ARIA debut album, Been Doin’ It For a Bit. Book tickets on the QPAC website

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? – Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

12 – 23 February

Revelations and dark secrets unfold at after party drinks in this fresh and unique production by State Theatre Company South Australia of the classic play. Tickets available via the QPAC website.

Hifo ki Olunga APT Ten Mixed Media Artwork with various faces

Detail of Hifo ki 'Olunga 2021 at APT10 by Seleka International Art Society Initiative

The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT10) - Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)

4 December - 25 April 2022

APT10 looks at the future of art and the world we inhabit together featuring contemporary art from across Australia, Asia and the Pacific. Entry to the exhibition is free, visit the QAGOMA website for more details.

The Great and Grand Rumpus – State Library of Queensland (SLQ)

Until 18 April

Explore wild and whacky large cardboard sculptures scaling up to 4.5 metres high brought to life with interactive digital projections. Entry is free, for more information visit the State Library of Queensland website.

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