WHATS ON BRISBANE IN ENTERTAINMENT

NEON TIGER
When: Running now until Saturday 17 November 2018
Where: La Boite Theatre Company, Kelvin Grove
Tickets: From $30 (+ booking fee)
More Info: laboite.com.au
Fast, frivolous and continuously flashing, the always-awake playground of a tourist mecca in Bangkok paints the scene for indie musical rom-com Neon Tiger by Julia-Rose Lewis. Neon Tiger must close this Saturday, so be sure to get in quick before you miss out.

OPERA QUEENSLAND GALA
When: Saturday 17 November 2018, 6:30pm
Where: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane
Tickets: $225 (single ticket) or $2000 (Table of 10)
More Info: oq.com.au
Slip into your glittering best and join us for an evening of unbridled glamour at the 2018 Opera Queensland Gala.

Featuring two-time ARIA Award winner, Megan Washington with Opera Queensland favourites and hosted by international cabaret superstar, Trevor Ashley, the 2018 Gala is set to be the social highlight of the season.

All proceeds from the 2018 Opera Queensland Gala support the Company’s 2019 learning, regional and community programs to inspire the next generation of opera lovers.

COMING SOON: WHITE RIBBON DAY BREAKFAST
When: Tuesday 20 November 2018, 7:00am
Where: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane
Tickets: From $90
More Info: qld.gov.au
White Ribbon is the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end violence against women and girls, promote gender equality, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity. To help increase awareness of this important cause, the Queensland Government will hold the fourth annual White Ribbon Day Breakfast.

A panel of experts and community supporters led by Kay McGrath OAM (MC), Chair of the Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council, will discuss the effect culture and attitudes have on informing and influencing the decisions of bystanders to intervene in, or ignore, incidents of domestic and family violence.

COMING SOON: WONDERLAND FESTIVAL
When: Thursday 22 November – Sunday 2 December
Where: Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm
Tickets: Ticket prices vary between shows
More Info: brisbanepowerhouse.org
Following a record-breaking 2017, Brisbane Powerhouse’s adored Wonderland Festival returns for 11 salacious nights of revelry from 22 November.

Now in its fifth year, Wonderland Festival brings together talented performers for a unique carnival of comedy, burlesque, circus, music, magic and more.

The festival will make the most of Brisbane’s sultry summer nights, with a whole-of-venue takeover filled with over 20 weird and wonderful experiences handpicked to surprise and delight.

COMING SOON: JUNGLE LOVE FESTIVAL 2018
When: Thursday 29 November – Saturday 1 December
Where: Secret location, Mary Valley region
Tickets: From $251.90 (+ booking fee)
More Info: junglelovefestival.com.au
Held in the sprawling, uninhibited rainforest in the Mary Valley region, Jungle Love Festival will celebrate its fifth year with a grander site and 3-day program more inclusive, free-spirited and conscious than ever with a stellar line-up of local, Australian and international acts, thoughtfully curated culture and workshops, astounding visual and performance art, holistic pastimes and progressive food and beverage options.

With the festival’s trademark boiling pot of the industry’s most exciting up-and-comers mixed with crowd favourites and a smattering of international imports to keep it fresh, Jungle Love Festival’s program is all about enjoying local gems and experiencing incredible performances and themed musicians.

COMING SOON: WHAT I’M HERE FOR
When: Wednesday 21 November – Sunday 2 December 2018
Where: Flowstate, South Bank
Tickets: Free
More Info: flowstate.southbankcorporation.com.au
Come on a secret journey through South Bank at dusk, through the history and future of a place some people call Brisbane. Award-winning theatre company Elbow Room invites you on an immersive and fascinating guided tour through our past, present and future.

Inspired by the hidden and the miraculous in what we often take for granted, What I’m Here For will ignite your sense of wonder about a place called home.

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