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By Benjamen Judd Pop-culture nerd explosion and excuse to dress up like no-ones business, Supanova, is back on the Gold Coast for three days at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre ...
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By Benjamen Judd The amazing Circa is coming back to the Gold Coast where they will be performing their latest mind-boggling array of acrobatic theatre, Carnival Of the Animals, at the Arts Centre Gold Coast for three nights from April 30 until May 2. Since launching in 2004, Circa have been at the forefront of […]
By Benjamen Judd While the rest of country is lamenting the end of summer we’re too busy enjoying all the fun of annual Surfers Paradise Festival! Running from April 3 until Saturday, April 18 the Surfers Paradise Festival takes over the local beach front, Chevron Renaissance and Cavill Mall. Visitors will be treated to an array […]
Posted by Sas Lyon Since its sensational record-breaking run at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane 25 years ago, Miss Saigon has played in 300 cities in 15 different languages, winning awards around the world. “The heat is on in Saigon. The girls are hotter than hell…”~Marines This epic musical love story tells the tragic tale […]
Posted by Sas Lyon The 13th annual Gold Coast Film Festival will screen 43 films from 15 countries and includes one world premiere, 10 Australian premieres and 10 Queensland premieres this April 9 – 19. The Gold Coast’s biggest film event will host the World Premiere of locally produced thriller, Fear of Darkness (Saturday April […]
Posted by Sas Lyon 19Karen is hosting a solo exhibition for artist Yosi Messiah. Yosi Messiah’s career as an artist spans over 17 years. Yosi migrated to Australia from Israel in 1987. His successful career as a jewellery designer led him to expand on his creative profession and drew him closer to explore the art […]
Posted by Sas Lyon Melissa Hartley is a self taught artist, that studied graphic design and who has been working for the last 17 years in Publishing in Sydney and Edinburgh. In 2010 she decided to pick up the paint brush again and pursue her love of painting. In her new Solo Show – The […]
Posted by Sas Lyon Jared Fountain was born in Redcliffe in 1987. Jared currently lives and works in Toowoomba where he studies at the University of Southern Queensland for a Bachelor in Creative Arts with the goal to major in Visual Arts. Jared has participated in many group shows and had 2 solo exhibitions. He […]
Posted by Sas Lyon Originally from the Central Coast, NSW, Helen Holmes is a contemporary abstract artist who has called the Gold Coast home for over 20 years.Helen is a vehicle spray painter by trade with an industrial background. Her innate love of colour was enhanced by the many hours spent mixing paints and colour […]
Posted by Sas Lyon The Basement at The Gold Coast Arts Centre offers you this opportunity to take a look into the private life of one of the 20th centuries greatest female rock legends. To her intimate friends she was known as ‘Pearl’, to her enthralled public she was Janis Joplin, the greatest female singer […]
Posted by Sas Lyon The 37th annual Gold Coast Airport Marathon will be staged in one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world in Queensland, Australia. Regarded as one of Australia’s premier sporting events, the Gold Coast Airport Marathon is set to attract more than 28,000 participants of all ages and abilities from […]
Posted by Sas Lyon Round up your posse for the third annual Broadbeach Country Music Festival, June 19-21, 2015 on the Gold Coast. Set on the pristine beachfront of Queensland’s Broadbeach, the festival will see a perfect mix of board shorts and banjos, surf boards and steel guitars as country music’s finest assemble for three […]
Posted by Sas Lyon East Coast Encounter, presented by The Arts Centre Gold Coast, explores the phenomenon of first contact from the time of Cook’s mapping of the east coast of Australia, and how these encounters resonate with Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists, writers and songwriters today. Cook’s voyage in 1770 has become central to narratives […]
Posted by Sas Lyon We Don’t Need A Map brings the desert to the city to celebrate the lively and enduring culture of the Martu – the traditional owners of a vast area of WA’s Western Desert. This remarkable exhibition includes the work of more than 30 artists and is an exploration of the Martu […]