Another Monday morning, another jam-packed social life for you and your crew to steer this week in Brisbane. Give the old first-day-of-the-week blues the heave ho by getting amongst it and experiencing all that this fine city has to offer; from street art festivals to free movie screenings, it’s all happening!
Here’s 5 things you have to check out this week in Brisbane
It’s not often that a real show-stopping play hits town, and with news of Pultizer Prize-winning The Flick getting a run at Queensland Theatre, this is an absolute must—theatre lover or not. Part comedy, part examination of all the tiny idiosyncrasies and moment that make up the everyday; witty, relatable and a truly enjoyable night out. Get your tickets here.
Brisbane Street Arts Festival
After a massive inaugural year in 2016, the 2017 BSAF promises to be bigger and bolder than ever! A celebration of all things art, music and performance, events will be popping up all over Brisbane celebrating the best Australia artists. Check out live mural artworks, theatre, masterclasses, and workshops for a full 2 weeks. For all the details and information, click here.
Tuesday 14 February
Bruce Springsteen Hits Brisbane
The man himself is finally here! Put on your blue suede shoes because ‘the boss’ is coming to Brisbane this Tuesday night! Die-hard fans of Bruce Springsteen and anyone that missed his sell out tour in 2014, this is for you; join Bruce and The E Street Band for a night of total bangers, and pure, iconic Americana. Best Valentine’s Day ever? For a few cheeky tickets (yes, there are a few knocking around), click here.
Lovers Lane Valentine’s Day Feast
If a more traditional V-Day is right up your alley, then make sure to book your spot at The APO. Making sure Brisbane is suitably romanced and feeling the love, tuck in to an incredible three course dinner with a glass of champers—for just $75! To book a table, hit this link for details.
Wednesday 15 February
La Tortue Rouge Screening at GOMA
A beautiful, award-winning animated film, La Tortue Rouge (The Red Turtle) is the first feature film from acclaimed animator Michael Dudok de Wit. This is far from a children’s cartoon; the story follows the story of a castaway on a desert island and an encounter with a certain giant red turtle. Get down to the GOMA for a free screening, and check the details here.
Check out what's trending this month in Brisbane, for a whole heap of kick-ass stuff to do around town.
Image credit: BSAFest