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This Week in Brisbane

By Kate McCart - 10 Jun 2013

Brisbane, you just keep getting bigger and better. This week in jam-packed with a whole lot of pencil-in-your-diary worthy events. Read on Urban Listers. 


The Joynery | The Box
Community education comes to life this winter as The Joynery and The Box team up to bring you a range of workshops including; basic floristry, grammar, and punctuation, charcuterie, nail art, and bee-friendly gardens. Tickets will go on sale over the coming weeks, so jump online and book yourself in. 


Brisbane Festival Program Launch | Brisbane Powerhouse
Brisbane Festival is back! And, tonight is the night that all is to be revealed. Brisbane Festival Artistic Director, Noel Staunton will be announcing 2013's exciting new program. Check out the website to see what's in store. 

Little Joe Pop Up Store | James Street
Little Joe Woman by Gail Elliot is popping up on James Street, today! Open while stock lasts, we suggest getting in store ASAP to snap up the beautiful garments from one of our favourite Australia-born labels. 
Where: 65 James Street in Fortitude Valley 

Brides And Grooms Get Schooled | Lightspace
Getting hitched? Get schooled by the professionals. The Wedding Collective is hosting a one-stop-shop for brides and grooms this Wednesday evening. With free-entry for bridesmade and groom, hear from guest speakers; Cakestar, Urban Wedding Stationary, and Wedding Bling. 
When: 7.00 – 9.00pm 


Spanish Film Festival | Palace Centro
Say hola to the 16th annual Spanish Film Festival – it's back in town! Shown exclusively at Palace Centro, book tickets to the best of Spanish and Spanish-speaking Latin American cinema. 
When: Showing until 23rd June 

Regional Japan Dinner | Sake
Sake is showcasing their second regional Japan dinner. Celebrating Northern Japan, indulge in a 5-course menu matched with sake. Think lightly seared venison with sansho plum dressing, as well as a selection of fresh seafood dishes. It's going to be delish. 
When: 6.30pm
Cost: $149

Glad Tomorrow | Brisbane Powerhouse
Buy tickets to Digi Youth Arts inaugural theatre production, Glad Tomorrow.  The grass-roots organisation is made up of a team of volunteers who are passionate about the arts and creating opportunities for indigenous empowerment. It's worth checking out. 
When: Showing until 15th June
Cost: $22

Utopia Women's Wellness | All Hallows School 
Ladies, it's time to get healthy. No more ifs, no more buts. Head along to this one-day event for quality information and guidance on your holistic wellbeing. You'll be hearing from the likes of Lorna Jane Clarkson, Ashy Bines, Therese Kerr and  Jess Ainscough, as well as other nutritionists, yoga instructors and heath and wellbeing experts. 


Viva Espana Pop Up | Location TBC
Pop Events, the people responsible for Bistro Ephemere and Tacqueria are hosting another delicious pop up event, Viva Espana. Yes, you guessed it—it's Spanish. And yes, they have a Jamon station. No biggie. There will also be a whole lot of paella, churros, and sangria. I tell you, this one's a winner. 

High ChariTEA | Spring Food & Wine
Support a worthy charity and indulge in high tea, too. Every Sunday, Spring is hosting a high tea (with a side of philanthropy), with the price of each ticket including a donation to a range of different charities. Go on, do it. 

Pork & Pinot | Cove Bar & Dining
Cove's Head Chef, Joshua Inglis will be dishing up a new pork special every Sunday. For only 33 beans, they'll throw in a glass of their favourite Pinot Noir, too.

Seasoned Sundays | Stokehouse
Following on from Autumn Sundays, Stokehouse are coming to the table with Seasoned Sundays. For only $60 a head, indulge in three courses of fresh flavors, seasonal ingredients, and quality produce.   

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