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See performance from the QPAC stages. QPAC has world-class performance spaces and state-of-the-art production facilities. Spacious foyers, auditoria and function areas provide unique locations for corporate events and entertainment as well as private functions.

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  • Show & Tell: Custom-made Shoes

    Explore some of Queensland’s performing arts history through items from the QPAC museum collection.

    In this episode we look at some famous footwear – custom-made for some of the biggest stars to appear on our stages.

  • What's in an Object?

    Keeping it Real was a thought-provoking exhibition that used objects from the QPAC Museum Collection to encourage big ideas to flow from conversations about small things. It reflected the idea that two people can view the same object, but interpret it differently based on their background and kno...

  • Sparks: Raelee Lancaster

    Raelee Lancaster is one of six young aspiring First Nations playwrights that took part in Sparks in 2021, a professional development program in partnership with Playlab Theatre designed to introduce elements of craft and support the creation of a new script idea.

    After winning a First Nations em...

  • QPAC’s Warm Welcome

    Warm Welcome was a series of events looking at what happens when communities open their hearts, homes and institutions to people from other places.

    Watch what some of the people involved had to say about the importance of coming together, and having a space to dive deeper into what is presented...

  • The Mabo Oration (2019)

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this page may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material.

    The Mabo Oration is a biennial event presented by the Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland and QPAC...

  • Places that Inspired Boy Swallows Universe

    Author Trent Dalton takes us to the places that inspired key moments in his hit novel Boy Swallows Universe, and the stage adaptation written by Tim McGarry and directed by Sam Strong.

    The world premiere season of Trent Dalton’s Boy Swallows Universe, adapted for the stage by Tim McGarry, opened...

  • Working at QPAC: Audio Visual

    Ben Tregea is a Head Technician – Vision. His role involves anything to do with video and projection, working with visiting artists and companies as well as on QPAC digital content.

  • Sparks: Meet Six First Nations Playwrights

    Sparks is a year-long program that supports First Nations playwrights in realising a new script idea.

    Under the guidance of experienced artists and culturally supported by the First Nations Team and Elder in Residence, playwrights are led through a range of activities and workshops designed to s...

  • Working at QPAC: Producer

    Zoe Tuffin is a Producer. Her role involves working with artists and companies to plan, prepare and present theatre productions, live music and other events at QPAC.

    Putting a performance on stage usually involves a big team of people working behind the scenes. In this series, QPAC staff working...