Welcome, folks, to the second working week of 2018. If your enthusiasm for your 9-5 is already wavering, don’t sweat it, we’ve got your social life totally nailed this week in Brisbane—early wake ups be damned!
As the mercury soars, so too will your social agenda with five awesome things to do this week in Brisbane.
Don’t say we never spoil you!
Mao’s Last Dancer The Exhibition: A Portrait of Li Cunxin
Featuring never-before seen interviews, performance and rehearsal footage, plus a host of incredible personal artefacts, get a new perspective on Li Cunxin’s incredible tale that took him from poverty in communist China, to world famous dancer and artistic director at Queensland Ballet. Mao’s Last Dancer The Exhibition is a must-see event on the Brisbane social calendar! For all the details, click here.
Flavours Of Summer Festival
Food lovers, this is one Brisbane event for you. Hosted by Spicers Hidden Vale—the stunning reginal property less than an hour from town—Flavours of Summer Festival is celebrating all things food and fun. From, cocktail masterclasses, cheese and champagne tastings, to dinner under the stars and moonlight cinema sessions, this is your opportunity toyou’re your body weight n some of the finest foods SEQ has to offer. Simply book a stay and have all that the festival has to offer at your fingertips! For all the info, and to book, click here.
After gearing you up for almost a year (admittedly, yes, we were VERY excited) about Slideapalooza, their giant water slides have finally set up down the rolling hills at Sirromet Winery. Get your adrenaline rocks off as you catapult yourself along 400 metres of inflatable slides in the elegant surrounds of the winery itself. But hurry, it’s only on for this week (so, err, pull a sickie if you must). Bok your tickets, here.
Friday 19 Januray
Summer Up Late
QAGOMA’s Summer Up Late Series is back with a host of after-hours events. Check out your favourite exhibitions (did someone say Yayoi Kusama?) while checking out DJ sets, talks and performances by Laurel Halo and Lupa J in the River Room Stage. Get your tickets, here.
Put those resolutions into practice this year by trying something new! We’re big fans of The Soul Pantry’s Terrarium Workshops, and their first evening class of the year is one to really get stuck in to. Join Patricia as she helps you create a living masterpiece that you get to take home and show off to your pals. Neat! Book your place, here.
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