Why do all the gods of metalwork have a limp, how can a piloted plane keep flying for more than two months continuously without air-to-air refuelling, and how much blood does your heart pump in your lifetime?
Spreading his infectious love of science through print, TV, radio and online for more than thirty years, the teller of all things true and trivial is returning to WSFB, live onstage at the Cremorne Theatre QPAC.
For one night only, Australia’s favourite science communicator, the unstoppable, unstumpable Dr Karl Kruszelnicki presents unbelievable insights into the Great Moments in Science. Get comfy, because your mind is about to be blown!
A Christmas Carol8 - 14 DecConcert Hall, QPAC
This December, the award-winning stage spectacle – Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol – is returning to QPAC!
Spirit of Christmas22 - 23 DecConcert Hall, QPAC
An occasion to rejoice and reflect on the year that has passed and embrace the season’s enduring message of Peace, Love and Joy.
Bluey’s Big Play – The Stage Show30 Dec 2023 - 20 Jan 2024Playhouse, QPAC
For real life! Join Bluey and Bingo as they return to QPAC in Bluey’s Big Play – The Stage Show!
Metaverse of MagicFrom 4 Jan 2024Concert Hall, QPAC
Experience the world’s first interactive magic spectacular with breathtaking illusions and cutting‑edge technology!
World Science Festival School Program The Invisible Universe20 Mar 2024Playhouse, QPAC
Experience a cosmic demonstration and discover astronomers’ exploration of dark regions of the universe.
World Science Festival School Program Epic Science Adventures20 Mar 2024Cremorne Theatre, QPAC
Students will learn there’s no limit to where they might go and what they can do!
World Science Festival Brisbane Brian Greene: Beyond the Stars20 Mar 2024, 7:30pmPlayhouse, QPAC
Join us on a multimedia journey across the cosmos with physicist and bestselling author Brian Greene.
World Science Festival School Program Fossils! Queensland’s Quirkiest Creatures21 Mar 2024Playhouse, QPAC
Explore thrilling stories about the animals that once roamed our planet.