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West End has a quirky, local characteristic described as a fusion of cultures and mix of alternative and vintage. The shops, restaurants and lively lifestyle reflect this inner-city suburb’s eclectic charm. Stroll through the weekend markets, where aspiring designers peddle their wares among organic grocers, cosy bars and coffee houses. If you like to keep track of your food’s carbon footprint, West End is the place to feed your hunger for organic produce, drinks and cocktails. The music scene is pumping – West End’s bars and clubs have been pulsating since the early days of the Saints, the Go-Betweens and the Bee Gees.
West End is an unapologetic inner-city suburb rich with history and culture. Discover all the weird and wonderful things to do in this alternative inner-city village.
Boundary St is the pulsing hub of the suburb, with its high concentration of bars, pubs and cafes.
With Greek roots, a fusion of trendy bar culture and a lively dining lifestyle give the inner-city suburb of West End its own special charm.
The Mantra Room at West End offers a vibrant mix of music styles combined with sacred yoga chant in a relaxed, enchanting atmosphere.
Seadeck is not just a venue, it’s an unforgettable experience. Its unique and elegant custom design will transport party goers back in time to the 1930s and 1940s when luxury cruising was at its peak and boat design was considered an art form.
Tony Albert: Visible features the artist's epic appropriations and re-appropriations of kitsch "Aboriginalia", text-based installations and the award-winning photographic series "Brothers".
Celebrate some of Queensland’s unsung Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heroes from the sporting world through an inspiring showcase now open at State Library of Queensland.
Discover the courage, compassion and dedication of Sister Constance Keys, one of Queensland’s most decorated and beloved First World War nurses.
Broadway sensation, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical opens at the Lyric Theatre, QPAC this July.
See the GOMA in a new light. As the sky shifts to dusk, James Turrell’s permanent architectural light installation Night Life 2018 illuminates the Gallery of Modern Art from within. Through shifts in tempo, hue and intensity of colour over 88 minutes, the artist invites us to consider how we’re affected by light. A decade after the opening of GOMA, this dynamic work realises the architects’ vision of animating the building’s façade at night.
Come on Brisbane - get your darts on!
Inter is a new contemporary dance and spoken word collaboration exploring themes of inter-connectivity in science and humanity. Inter reflects on the importance and fragility of connectedness; between people, in ecosystems, moments in time and space. The performance was created by some of Brisbane’s most innovative artists; award-winning choreographer Liesel Zink, writer J.M. Donellan, sound artist Mike Willmett, lighting designer Jason Glenwright and three exceptional independent dance artists. Members of the public are invited to view inter for free.
Direct from a sold-out season at the Sydney Opera House, George’s Marvellous Medicine returns to QPAC packed to the rafters with even more mischief, music, magic and mammoth laughs. Just remember—do not try this at home!