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The Joinery Opening - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

West End came alive on Wednesday December 2 with the launch of The Joinery. Over 150 guests enjoyed the opening of the new luxurious industrial-style event venue, which included break-dancing waiters, a decadent dessert bar and plenty of bubbles, courtesy of Moet and Chandon Ice Imperial. The Joinery is the vision of local sisters, Penny Culpo and Maria Nicolaou. Images by Hanna Hervall Words by Gemma Easton

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APT8 Exhibtion - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

This summer packs a cultural punch, with the return of the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s (QAGOMA) flagship series. The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8) opened to the public on Saturday, November 21, following an atmospheric unveiling at the opening night the previous evening. The latest instalment of this heavyweight exhibition produces the most encompassing collection to date. Featuring works from more than 80 senior and emerging artists from over…

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QCA Showcase 2015 - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

The Queensland College of Art (QCA) will be transforming the entire South Bank Griffith University Campus into exhibition spaces featuring the work of talented students from Griffith University, in late November.

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The Natural Way of Things - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

The Natural Way of Things is a novel that lays bare the rape culture and slut shaming of today’s contemporary misogyny. The book is an exploration of this toxic culture to the extreme as Wood confronts the realities of the world we live in today; where women are name called, shamed and forced to prove they didn’t ‘ask for it’. Charlotte Wood was listening to a radio documentary on the Hays Institution, where young girls who reported being sexually assaulted were sent. She found it...

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Year of the Monkey Concert Review - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

A troupe of incredibly talented Chinese performers, Queensland Symphony Orchestra having a blast as they performed, and a Chinese New Year celebration that wowed the crowd were the perfect ingredients to create the Queensland Symphony Orchestra Year of the Monkey concert on Thursday February 11.

Circa Contemporary Circus' new show, Carnival of the Animals, opened last Saturday. The Brisbane-based acrobatics company's performance is a colourful, fun and educational experience the whole family can enjoy! Carnival Of The Animals, West End, New Shows, Brisbane, Magazine, Contemporary, Education, Fun, Color

Carnival of the Animals - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

Carnival of the Animals is an extravaganza of all sorts, featuring tales of creatures who tumble, fly, leap and spin their way around the animal kingdom. Performed by Brisbane based acrobatics company Circa and featuring a new contemporary music score by Quincy Grant, it’s a colourful, fun and educational experience the whole family can enjoy. Lovers of circus, animals and music rolled up to enjoy the opening performance on Saturday, January 9. Carnival of the Animals is showing at QPAC’s…

In November, New Farm Six Cinemas played host to the Jewish International Film Festival. See highlights from the event over on the magazine. Jewish Film Festival, New Farm, West End, International Film Festival, Brisbane, Highlights, November, Cinema, Magazine

Jewish Film Festival - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

The Jewish International Film Festival will return to Brisbane this November for another year of Jewish cinema from all over the world, building on 29 years of Jewish film festivals in Australia, showcasing at the New Farm Cinemas from 8 to 18 November. Jewish International Film Festival Artistic Director Eddie Tamir believes this years show will be another success. “2018 is already shaping up to be another fantastic year for the Jewish International Film Festival,” Eddie said. “With a…

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Film Review: Suffragette - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

Suffragette explores the women’s rights movement with a steely and unwavering gaze, focusing on the individual to dramatise the bigger picture.

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QPAC Partners with Google - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

QPAC’s new partnership with Google allows viewers to get up-close and personal with performers and have backstage access to some of the most exciting performances.

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Asia-Pacific Screen Awards - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

The winners of the ninth annual Asia-Pacific Screen Awards were announced at a ceremony at Brisbane’s City Hall on Thursday, November 26. Thai auteur Apichatpong Weerasethakul took home the top prize for Best Feature Film for Cemetery of Splendour. Images by APSA Words by Gemma Easton

Musical theatre has returned to QTC, and it's stronger than ever with the exciting and vibrant production, 'Ladies in Black'! Now showing at QPAC, peruse the glamorous shots from opening night online. Simon Phillips, School Leavers, Opening Night, West End, Musical Theatre, Brisbane, Black Women, Musicals, Glamour

QTC's Ladies in Black - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

Queensland Theatre Company recently celebrated the opening night of Ladies in Black, the adaptation of Madeline St John’s hit 1993 novel The Women In Black, to a cheering crowd entranced by a spectacular performance. Brought to life by acclaimed director Simon Phillips (Priscilla Queen of the Desert) with original music from superstar musician Tim Finn (Crowded House), the show is sure to be a wild success. Words by Shannon Coward / Photography supplied by Queensland Theatre Company

Brisbane's future design stars have showcased their talents at the Queensland College of Arts Jewellery and Small Objects exhibition. See all the highlights from the event over on the magazine now. Jewelry Art, Jewellery, West End, Brisbane, Highlights, Graduation, Objects, College, Magazine

QCA Jewellery Graduate Exhibition - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

Queensland College of Art's Jewellery & Small Objects department launched their graduate exhibition on 25 November.

For 5 days only, the South Bank Griffith campus will be temporarily transformed into a vibrant cultural hub when the QCA Showcase kicks off this Thursday. The artistic spectacle runs until November so don't miss out! West End, Brisbane, Thursday, Kicks, November, Vibrant, Culture, Magazine, Running

QCA Graduate Showcase - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

As one of Australia’s longest running art institutes, Griffith’s Queensland College of Art will open its doors to the public for a mammoth five day event showcasing a variety of artwork from the graduating class of 2015.

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Les Misérables Opening Night - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane

ameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed new production of the legendary Boubil and Schönberg's, Les Misérables, opened in Brisbane at QPAC’s Lyric Theatre on Friday, November 13. Audience members were ushered into the venue by a patriotic display of the French tri-colour flag, adding to the atmosphere of the five-time Helpmann award-winning production. Les Misérables is running at the Lyric Theatre until January 17, 2016.