And here's a selection of pieces below to get you started.
If you want to listen to Blue Tac’s sound head over to Spotify: Love what you hear? Check out Blue Tac’s performance A Rock Act for Kids…..but not exclusively this…Read More
A Rock Act for Kids…..but not exclusively has changed their venue for their show on Saturday 21st of May
Due to the unpredictable weather forecast this weekend, A Rock Act for Kids…..but not exclusively has moved its show from the great court to: Student Central, Building 42, Staff House…Read More
Due to the unpredictable weather forecast this weekend, CONCRETE MIRAGE has moved its shows to the University of Queensland: 49-200 – Advanced Engineering Building, Learning Theatre (GHD Auditorium)The University of…Read More
The world premiere of ‘If You Build It’ was an entertaining way to spend a damp Sunday evening. The show was a veritable toolbox of delights: from creative calisthenics and amazing acrobatics, through to lyrical lyra, unicycle-riding, fun hula, and impressive juggling. Plus a couple of entertaining audience participation interludes.Read More
‘Parasocial Parallax’ was addictive. Andrew Gillanders and the creative team behind ‘Parasocial Parallax’ have driven headfirst into a new age of theatre. ‘Immersive theatre’ is taking Australia by storm whereby…Read More
A poignant one act play by Dugald Lowis, following one family in the aftermath of a tragic car accident. Two teenage boys have been killed in a horrific car crash.…Read More
Emm Watkins’ tragically beautiful cabaret tells the story of how she fell in love with and eventually left an abusive partner, told with the deeply stirring music she created while…Read More
Four great musicians, celebrating the trail-blazing impact of Suzi Quatro. The 14 May world premiere of Georgie Neilsen’s showcase of Suzi Quatro’s 1970s hits was a memorable addition to the special list of Australian Modern events. It was also a house first—what Chris Osborne described as ‘Australian Modern’s first full-on rock-n-roll gig.’Read More
Highly provocative and original, this show is a wild ride, so if you get to see it, I suggest you strap on your seatbelt. On arrival at the door of…Read More
Hello Stranger is a thought-provoking show about memory, loss, and love; a funny, sad, educational, clever, and thought-provoking work of immersive theatre.Read More
The Candy Shop Show Australia has a winning formula: ‘dancing girls’ who can sing, tap, high-kick and Charleston through a variety of numbers and fast facts.Read More
The showings of MASTER OF DELUSIONS: FALSE PROFITS on the 15th of May have been rescheduled to the 27th of May at 7pm & 9pm. All ticket holders will be…Read More
‘The Virtuous Burglar’ was madness. Dario Fo’s absurd comedy ‘The Virtuous Burglar’ at Anywhere Festival Brisbane was not what I was expecting. What a delight and a surprise! Tucked away…Read More
This interactive experience showcases the budding talent and creativity of the Brisbane performing arts sector.Read More
The showing of SERVITUDE on the 15th of May has been rescheduled to Sunday the 29th of May. All ticket holders will be notified and offered a refund or ticket…Read More
In an intimate evening of music and archival art, a songwriter and a cellist weave moving tributes and stories to acknowledge the inevitability of loss. In partnership with Anywhere Festival,…Read More
The showing of A FIRESIDE CHAT WITH LUCIFER on the 13th of May has been canceled. All ticket holders will be notified and offered a refund or ticket exchange. Contact…Read More
The showings of PARASOCIAL PARALLAX on the 13th & 14th of May have been rescheduled to the 28th & 29th of May. All ticket holders will be notified and offered…Read More
‘Throne’ was mutinous. Stepping down the rabbit hole of the heritage-listed Spring Hill reservoir is like entering Alice’s Wonderland, and the last thing you’d expect to be sitting in the…Read More
For one night only, May 21st, the Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble (QSE) are presenting ShakespearePick and (re)Mix: A Night of Revels! Macbeth, Hamlet, Romeo, and Juliet walk into a bar, and…Read More
Housed in the gorgeous brick and stone heritage listed Holy Trinity Church in Fortitude Valley, I enter the performance space for Trichotomy + Black Square String Quartet via a pair…Read More
Presented as a collection of reflective monologues that blend into short interactions, this heartbreaking tale explores the complexities of love, life, and loss. Staged as a verbatim piece, the story…Read More
Last Laugh is a thought-provoking work of contrasts and questionsRead More
It may just be that BYTES harnessed the ability to perform, as well as an epic theatrical event, the power of *meteorokinesis this evening. Perhaps it was an invocation of…Read More
... and get yourself a brand new selection of performance across Anywhere Festival.
EC Venue | University of Queensland | Fish Lane
Allison Engine Testing Stands | Anywhere Festival Hub at Old Jo Jo's Restaurant | Australian Modern | Blute's Bar | Brisbane Tool Library | By the Brisbane River at the Queensland Maritime Museum | Cinnamon & Co | Empire Revival | Global Change Institute | The Great Court | Holy Trinity Church Hall | House Conspiracy | Loft West End | Mappin's Nursery and Aquarium | Mr Badgers | Next Level Studios | Nudgee Beach Environmental Education Centre | Old Ambulance Station | Plant Empire | Residential Homes | Salisbury Community Sports Club | Scarborough Beach Park | Senate Room | Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium | St Andrews Uniting Church | The Cave Inn | The Junk Bar | The Paint Factory | The Wawahine Lounge | Vulture Street Espresso | West End Yoga | Yoga In Daily Life |
Albany Creek Library | Apex Park | Arana Hills Library | Narellan Park| Bongaree Jetty | Bray Hall | Bribie Island Seaside Museum | Bribie Island Recreational Hall | Burpengary Community Hall | Caboolture Hub | Caboolture Library | Caboolture Regional Art Gallery | Caboolture Town Square | Hub undercroft Carpark | The Vault | CREEC Burpengary | Dayboro Community Hall |Encircle Kallangur Neighbourhood Centre | John Scott Park | Kruger Hall | Kumbartcho Sanctuary | Mermaids by the Bay | Method Art Collective | Morayfield Community Hall | Narangba Community Hall | North Lakes | North Lakes Community Centre | North Lakes Library (The Deck) | North Lakes Town Park | Ocean View Estates | Pause Restaurant | Petrie School of Arts | Pine Rivers Heritage Museum | Redcliffe | Bee Gees Way | Charlish Park | Redcliffe Art Gallery | Redcliffe Jetty | Redcliffe Library and Carpark | Redcliffe Museum | Scarborough Beach Park | Strathpine | Pine Rivers Art Gallery | Pine Rivers Park | Strathpine Community Centre | Strathpine Library | The Hideout Coffee House | The Hills District Community Centre | The Red Lounge | The Space | Woodford Library | Woody Point | Woody Point Memorial Hall | Woody Point Park South | Crockatt Park | Zesty Lemon Cafe
SUNSHINE COAST & NOOSA
Nudge Nudge Wink Wink | ALBA by Kurivita | Montessori International College | Nambour Aquatic Centre |Noosa Botanical Gardens | Secret Location in Noosa | The Butiner Studio | The Met
Thank you to our many supportive sponsors. Your generosity and support makes it possible for us to provide support to local performance makers to take creative risks without the financial risks.
All 2022 partners to be revealed as we launch the festivals across each region from 10 - 24 March 2022
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Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we present Anywhere Festival, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, Turrbal and Yuggera Peoples. We wish to pay respect to their Elders - past, present and emerging - and acknowledge the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their stories continue to play.