In Brisbane

Free Lunchtime Concert - Alexandre da Costa and Mitchell Leigh
30 March, 1-2pm

Acclaimed Canadian violinist virtuosos Alexander da Costa will be playing at a free lunchtime music convert alongside pianist Mitchell Leigh, as part of the UQ School of Music's 2017 Masters Concerts Series. Da Costa, an award-winning violinist and classical recording artist, plays He plays the "Di Barbaro" Stradivarius of 1727. This is a concert not to be missed for any classical music lovers!

Venue: Nickson Room, Zelman Cowen Building, School of Music

Date: 30 March, 1-2pm

Alexandre da Costa
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$10 Film Noir Screenings at GOMA
31 March - 21 May

This classic film genre will be showcased for nearly two months at The Australian Cinémathèque at GOMA, including some classic “dark” crime and detective movies from the 1940s and 1950s, but also some more recent variations like The Usual Suspects and Memento. The movies screen on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays – visit the website for the full program.

A filn noir film scene
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Theatre Production
1 April - 10 June 2017

Roald Dahl’s amazing chocolate factory is coming to Brisbane! Willy Wonka, Charlie, Augustus Gloop and all of your other favourite characters are coming to life and stepping onto the stage this April through to June. Make sure you grab a Golden Ticket and indulge your sweet tooth.

Visit the Brisbane Arts Theatre Facebook page

Buy tickets here

Poster of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Photo Credit: Brisbane Arts Theatre

Good Friday Eve Party
13 April 2017

Celebrate the long weekend holiday with good food, cheap drinks and great live music at The Red Room on campus. The party kicks off at 2pm and goes late into the night. 

Cost: Free Entry

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Large Hadron Collider, Queensland Museum
til 25 April

A priced exhibition about possibly the world's greatest science experiment.  This exhibition is visiting from the Science Museum, London.

Large Hadron Collider
Hadron Collider exhibition, celebrating science