Stone the flamin' crows! Home and Away's Ray Meagher joins the cast of Priscilla.

Strewth! Everyone’s favourite flamin’ galah, Ray Meagher, will reprise his role as outback mechanic “Bob” in the 10th anniversary celebration tour of homegrown musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert. The treasured Australian actor, who recently notched up 30 years as Home and Away’s Alf Stewart, will swap Summer Bay for the Queensland stage, joining the cast of Priscilla for the musical’s Brisbane run at Lyric Theatre, QPAC beginning 26th September. Ray takes over from veteran actor Robert Grubb who will down tools at the end of the Adelaide season after more than eight months on the road. Tickets on sale to general public Wednesday 30 May via Born on a cattle and

Spoil Mum this Mother's Day at Brisbane's Premier Riverside Dining

Spoil Mum this Mother’s Day at Brisbane’s Premier Riverside dining - Eagle Street Pier. With a variety of offerings, you will find something to please every Mum at Eagle Street Pier this Mother’s Day. Special Mother’s Day Lunch at Aria Show Mum how much you love her with a lunch she will never forget at Aria Brisbane. Indulge in a three-course meal and a glass of sparkling on arrival for $105pp, kids $60. Cha Cha Char Mother’s Day Dinner Treat Mum to a special Mother’s Day dinner at Cha Cha Char with the standard a la carte menu available with a minimum spend of $115 across food and beverage. Mother’s Day Lunch at George’s Paragon Seafood Restaurant Spoil Mum with a mouth-watering three-cour

Hedwig and the Angry Inch Creator to give never-before-seen glimpse into cult hit at QPAC.

Tony Award-winning actor, director and writer John Cameron Mitchell will tour Australia for the first time with his new show The Origin of Love: The Songs and Stories of Hedwig, dropping in to Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s (QPAC) Concert Hall on Tuesday 17 July 2018. For one intimate night of post-punk neo-glam rock at QPAC, The Origin of Love: The Songs and Stories of Hedwig will see the co-creator of Hedwig perform every song from its soundtrack and tell tales from the ground-breaking musical’s 20-year history. Conceived and created by Mitchell and songwriter Stephen Trask, Hedwig and the Angry Inch started out as a drag character at the notorious New York City club Squeezebox. From

Broadway Legend Patti Lupone in Brisbane for one show only.

Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) in association with Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University is bringing leading Broadway star and multiple Tony and Grammy® Award-winner Patti LuPone and her critically acclaimed concert Don’t Monkey with Broadway to the Conservatorium Theatre on Wednesday 27 June 2018. LuPone will explore, through indelible interpretations of classic Broadway show tunes by the likes of Richard Rodgers, Stephen Schwartz, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin, how her life-long love affair with Broadway began and her concern for what Manhattan’s Theatre District – the Great White Way – is becoming today. The American Theatre Hall of F

Vision progresses for a new Waterfront Precinct for Brisbane

The Palaszczuk Government has given a green light to Dexus to progress to the next stage with their proposal to transform Brisbane’s Eagle Street Pier into a premium business and leisure destination. This decision means the government has approved Dexus to move to a full feasibility study of redeveloping the complex and surrounds into a new Waterfront Precinct under the Market-Led-Proposal Program. Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said the proposal – which will now proceed to Stage 2 of Market-Led Proposal assessment - includes a visionary precinct featuring two new towers on the Eagle Street Pier site with the potential for commercial u

Brisbane: new eatery alert

BRISBANE: New eatery alert - 51st Street opens at Eagle Street Pier. A new Espresso & Burger Bar has landed at Brisbane’s premier Riverfront dining precinct. 51st Street, the newest addition to Eagle Street Pier, will serve up all your breakfast favourites, great coffee, healthy bowls, burgers, BBQ, and house spun gelato. Open 6am-9pm Monday-Friday, and 7am-9pm Saturday-Sunday, 51st Street is a New York inspired, modern, industrial style diner. It’s open all day for espresso and breakfast, and then American-style slow cooked meats & beer later in the day. The Eagle Street Pier menu includes delicious bites such as; Fruit Toast, The Man Bun, and Big Boys for Breakfast. Pulled Pork Sandwich, A

Brisbane, melting in this heat? Cool down with cool cocktails.

Not only is Brisbane’s premier Riverside dining precinct home to magnificent views, Eagle Street Pier is also home to the most refreshing cocktails, guaranteed to cool you down and bring a welcome relief in the midst of this Brisbane heatwave. Lychee & Coconut Colada - Aria Restaurant: Bacardi Carta Blanco, served with coconut liqueur, mint, pineapple and lime. Aperol Spritz - Il Centro Restaurant: Does it get any better than this classic? Aperol, Processo, a dash of soda water, finished with ice and a beautifully fresh orange wedge. Cocojito - Pony Dining: House infused coconut rum, fresh blueberries, completed with coconut water, mint, and lime. Frosé - Cha Cha Char Wine Bar & Grill: A new

Oak and Jackal release new Mesh Collection, available to shop now.

This is Oak and Jackal. Modern and practical with faithful colour schemes to wear day and night - watches tailored to personal tastes not yet explored. Introducing the Mesh Collection by Oak and Jackal. Taking some of the best selling designs and creating a limited edition batch of Mesh branded pieces, the Oak and Jackal logo is engraved onto the buckle of the mesh brand, and a mural appears the back of the timepiece. All Oak and Jackal timepieces come with interchangeable straps, no tools are required to change the timepiece's look. The Mesh collection are compatible with all Oak and Jackal Synthetic bands. Shop the full collection via: Styles Available: The Black Mesh Tim

Love is in the air at Eagle Street Pier - All the offerings you need to make this Valentine's Da

Love is in the air at Eagle Street Pier - all the offerings you need to make this Valentine’s Day unforgettable. Treat your loved one and make Valentine’s Day 2018 an unforgettable experience at Brisbane’s premier destination for Riverside dining. With a variety of offers and happenings, there’s something available to suit everyone’s tastes and budgets. Plus your chance to WIN the ultimate Valentine’s Day dinner at Eagle Street Pier. A once in a lifetime love, deserves a once in a lifetime experience. Enjoy an intimate dinner for two at Aria Restaurant this Valentine’s Day including a glass of champagne and canapés upon arrival, followed by a three-course dinner. We’ve also included a $100 U

The New Australian Production of MAMMA MIA! The Musical Opens in Brisbane

The party of the year has arrived in Brisbane! Queenslanders will be saying ‘I Do’ to the ultimate summer musical MAMMA MIA! as it hits the city following a sold-out national premiere season in Canberra. Official opening is tonight 28 December 2017 with the feel good musical sure to have people dancing in the aisles of Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s (QPAC’s) Lyric Theatre right to the season close on 4 February 2018. Starring in this brand new Australian production is an amazingly talented cast lead by Natalie O’Donnell as mother-of-the-bride Donna Sheridan and Sarah Morrison as Donna’s daughter and bride-to-be Sophie. Alicia Gardiner and Jayde Westaby star as Donna’s best friends Rosie

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