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What’s on at QPAC
Tickets on sale now! Regarded as one of the world’s finest ballet companies, Paris Opera Ballet returns to Brisbane for the first time in more than a decade as part of the QPAC International Series.
Where food and culture meet
With a contemporary menu and impeccable service, the quintessential QPAC experience begins at the Lyrebird.
Enhance your visit to QPAC by orienting yourself with information about our venues and surrounds
This intimate space is expertly curated by the QPAC Museum, featuring items from the QPAC Collection, local collectors and touring exhibitions.
Go behind the scenes with QPAC and explore art forms, creative processes, big thinking and people & places
We spend five minutes catching up with Laser Beak Man, the colourful superhero created by Australian Artist, Tim Sharp,
There are many ways to support QPAC. Join as a corporate member and enjoy VIP access experiences, partner with us or donate to support a creatively engaged society
Donate to QPAC today – and help create more local works, more life-changing experiences, and a more connected community.
Find upcoming shows at QPAC
mi:wi & CO_EX_EN Two Show Package
Purchase tickets to both CO_EX_EN and mi:wi and receive both tickets for $50*!
Season Datesmi:wi – 5 to 8 February 2020 mi:wi refers to the invisible ties we have to our past and future, people and country. In this dance theatre work, choreographer and performer Taree Sansbury thoughtfully re-connects three Indigenous women through the practice of Ngarrindjeri weaving. Find out more here. CO_EX_EN – 12 to 15 February 2020 CO_EX_EN, a riveting new First Nations contemporary dance creation by Thomas E.S. Kelly, ignites a conversation about our past, present and future and the sites ignites a conversation about our past, present and future. Find out more here. Tickets $50* for a two show package Venue Playhouse Studio 1, QPAC Presented by QPAC