Edition Nine

Friday, 17 July 2020

2 min read

If you’re looking for a break from the news, look no further: a magical hospital visit, exciting young artists and ‘love in lockdown’.


QPAC Chamber Choir Performs "Lean on Me"

The QPAC Chamber Choir is a choral ensemble made up of members of the larger QPAC Choir. This performance of “Lean on Me” by Bill Withers, was recently recorded in the QPAC Concert Hall as part of the True North broadcast.

 

Bambert’s Book of Lost Stories – Juiced TV
A story too magical to keep in our archives.The Bambert’s Book of Lost Stories cast visit the Queensland Children’s Hospital captured by Juiced TV.

 

Meet the 2020 Sparks Playwrights
Meet the Sparks playwrights of 2020! Delivered in partnership with Playlab Theatre, this year’s Sparks consists of six new First Nations playwrights, in an all-female cohort, with different narratives, ideas and stories to tell.

 

Australasian Dance Collective – Echo
Created during the COVID-19 lockdown, Australasian Dance Collective’s Youth Ensemble presents two compelling new works celebrating the ingenuity, adaptability and boundless imagination of youth. Echo is coming to QPAC, 28 to 29 August 2020.

 

Lucy Durack – Love In Lockdown
Queen of the stage and now our screens, musical theatre star Lucy Durack went from playing Princess Fiona in the cast of Shrek to plucking her ukulele in front of a camera at home. She tells us how her resulting miniseries, Love in Lockdown, came to be.


Behind the Scenes

Working Behind the Scenes
Step backstage with Senior Lighting Technician Andrew Haden to learn about his role at QPAC.

 

Five Minutes with Jimeoin
“A drunk guy walks into a library…” enjoy comedian Jimeoin’s light-hearted take on the world.


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