Dressing up as their favourite characters, MagnetiCon attendees took to the stage to strut their stuff.
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Giving the violin a feisty new lease on life, the Hot Club Quartet breaks classical confines to bring gypsy jazz to audiences who like to dance.
If our school truancy habits are any indication of what our futures will look like, Sue Hollamby-McConnell has had her success mapped out since her teens.
Curated by Artistic Director Kyle Page, Tomorrow Makers invites the company dancers to investigate the potential of ‘tomorrow’.
Short plays will take centre stage as the North Queensland Festival of One-Act Plays makes its return to Riverway Arts Centre on 5–7 May 2017.
Award-winning artist with an ARIA No1 album, Postcards from the Shellhouse, Tom Busby (Busby Marou) and international writer/producer Robert Conley, inspired students to write and record four original compositions in just two days at the TCTC.
NQOMT’s version of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat promises to wow audiences with its modern twist on an old favourite.