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What's on at South Bank

Find out what’s on in November 2021 at South Bank – dance to get fit, a well-known musical comedy and more.

Feel Good Program Dance Class

Medibank Feel Good Program class – Flowstate, South Bank Parklands

Medibank Feel Good Program – South Bank Parklands

4 October – 4 December

Get active with free fitness classes hosted in South Bank Parklands. There are twelve different classes to choose from including the all-new Meditate and Stretch and popular options - Yoga, Zumba©, Pilates, Aqua and dance fitness. Pre-registration is not required to attend classes however all attendees must check-in with the Check in Qld app on arrival. To see what classes are on and when, head to the program timetable page.

Grease Queensland Conservatorium

Grease - Queensland Conservatorium production, photo by Kenn Santos

Grease - Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

10 – 13 November

Featuring the play from the original Broadway musical, beloved musical comedy Grease is performed by Queensland Conservatorium Musical Theatre students. Book tickets via the QPAC website.

Supanova Comic Con and Gaming – Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

6 – 7 November 

Pop culture event celebrating the worlds of film and television, comic books, anime, cartoons, sci-fi, fantasy, books, collectables, and gaming. Tickets available on the Supanova website.


Johnny Balbuziente in Fourthcoming, photo by Dylan Evans

Fourthcoming - Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

Until 7 November

The audience will vote in real-time, choose-your-own-adventure style, to determine what’s happens next in this unique adults-only romantic comedy by shake and stir theatre co. Book your tickets on QPAC’s website.

Naomi Hobson Daleys Bike 2019

Daley’s Bike by Naomi Hobson, 2019

Viewpoints: Contemporary Aboriginal photography – State Library of Queensland (SLQ)

Until 13 February 2022

An exhibition showcasing the captivating work of three contemporary Aboriginal photographers working in Queensland – Michael Aird, JoAnne Driessens an Naomi Hobson. Entry to the exhibition is free.