West End Carnaval Time! - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
It’s that time of year again folks, time to get those hips moving and that energy pumping for the 20th anniversary of Rio Rhythmics taking the festivities of Carnival to the streets of West End in the Boundary St Carnival Parade and Party.
QSO Symphonic Santa - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
This weekend (November 20) hundreds of kids enjoyed Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s, Symphonic Santa at Southbank as part of its annual Christmas Kiddies Cushion Concert. It would not be Christmas without QSO’s annual musical tribute to the festive season which had the kids singing and dancing along with Santa with all the traditional trimmings of fun and frivolity. Words by Rachael Sechtig Photos by Joseph Ford
Australian Small Social Enterprise of the Year - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
A few months ago the Nundah Community Enterprises Co-operative (NCEC) won the Australian Small Social Enterprise of the Year Award.
The Australian School of Performing Arts, Film & TV (@aspaftv) end of year production is fast approaching! This year, the talented young theatre students have turned their focus on music, with the theme of their three performances exploring “a muse to seek”. Make sure to get your hands on tickets to their one-night-only show at @atqpac on December 12!
West End's Win for the Community - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
In the constant battle of gentrification in the peninsula suburb, West End is very fortunate to have Dr Erin Evans on side. The vacant lot on the corner of Vulture and Thomas streets is the first new park to be constructed in 20 years and the only one delivered from seven specified in The West End Community Association (WECA) Local Area Plan. WECA is a not-for-profit representative body of residents across the Kurilpa region of West End, Hill End, Highgate Hill and South Brisbane formed...
Digging Deep for Locals in Need - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
Digging Deep for Locals in Need - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane | The West End Magazine – Brisbane's inner city lifestyle, events guide, and community news in 4101 featuring South Bank arts, music, food and bar precinct.
The Big Chill Fest is Back! - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
Back for its second year in a row, The Motor Room presents The Big Chill Festival. Set to take place in the Boundary Hotel Car Park on New Years Eve.
South Bank Christmas Market - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
Every year the South Bank Markets are transformed into a Christmas Wonderland, and this festive season is no different! Presented by eatSouthBank, the holiday-themed markets, selling from December 11 to December 23, are planning to go all out in the hope of continuing to bring a crowd of happy faces visiting with their 12 Days of Christmas giveaway, which can be found here.
Croquet Club Opening - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
Friday 27 November saw the official opening of The Croquet Club. The opening marks the end of a long fundraising campaign and volunteer efforts from many dedicated locals and MPS to restore the venue.
St Vincent’s Celebrates Volunteers - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
This International Volunteer Day (5 December 2015) St Vincent’s Private Hospital Brisbane wishes to recognise and thank their amazing work volunteers and their ongoing dedication and service.
Laura Street Festival - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
The Laura Street Festival held another of its events over the weekend, organised by local residents and the Turnstyle Community Hub to help raise for various worthwhile causes. By the time it had swung into action, Highgate Hill was a full-blown street party.
Supanova hits South Bank - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
Supanova took place over the weekend at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre where every super-freak and geek came out in costume. Cosplay was in full effect.
4101 People: John Papadakis - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane
His presence outside the Swiss Deli is a daily fixture. Meet John Papadakis, the self-proclaimed greatest living crocodile taxidermist who adorns his accomplishments in his attire. Being one of West End’s more colourful eccentrics, John has never shied away from letting locals and passers-by take his photo with his croc-tooth bejewelled amulet close to heart, fangs atop his brimmed hat and his many encrusted fingers. At the Boundary Street market his local infamy is framed in painted…