GOMA’s The Motorcycle: Design, Art, Desire exhibition started up its engine late last year but there won’t be an idle moment before it wraps up, with a series of events including an outdoor festival and the long-awaited return of the gallery’s Up Late program planned for the coming weeks.
Organisers of Byron Bay’s Bluesfest have announced this year’s five-day festival will proceed over the easter long weekend in April after their comprehensive COVID-19 safety plan received the tick of approval from the NSW Government.
He’s come a long way since he first started performing Cat Stevens songs 15 years ago, and in the latest iteration of his show, which hits QPAC later this month, Darren Coggan remembers the days he spent with the man himself.
With a career that has spanned more than four decades and 10 million album sales, few Australian musical acts have experienced the enduring success of Icehouse, with the band returning to Queensland to headline the inaugural Trip the Switch festival later this month.
Alongside stadium-packing Dutch violinist Andre Rieu, Mirusia has performed at some of the biggest venues in the world, but the Redland City-raised soprano will be singing in a suitably intimate setting for her Valentine’s Eve hometown show at Redland Performing Arts Centre.
After being forced to cancel last year’s event at the eleventh hour, World Science Festival Brisbane is making its long-awaited return to the city next month, with a bigger and better program than ever before.