9 13 Sept
Epic and provocative, The Shadow King reworks Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy King Lear as a sprawling, blood-soaked tale of two Indigenous families in Australia’s north.
6 26 Sept
A dazzling maze of winding paths and soaring domes where Islamic architecture, natural geometry and Gothic cathedrals meld into an inspiring monument.
6 13 Sept
Celebrated choreographer and performer, Akram Khan, draws multiple tales of land, nation, resistance and convergence into the body and voice of one man trying to find his balance in an unstable world.
10 21 Sept
Returning to Brisbane Festival after a sold out 2012 season, SOAP is a splash-filled fusion of contemporary circus, comedy and cabaret featuring an opera singer, comedians and six acrobats performing in, on and around bathtubs.
The Telstra Spiegeltent
5 27 Sept
From the creative producers of Cantina the world of LIMBO is dirty and dangerous circus-cabaret, whisking audiences into a sinister netherworld of jaw-dropping contortion, gut-churning aerial acrobatics, nail-biting stunts and staggering illusions.
15 20 Sept
The latest opera from iconic composer Philip Glass, imagining the final months of Walt Disney’s life, including mythical imaginings of Abraham Lincoln and Andy Warhol.
24 Sept 12 Oct
To mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War, Black Diggers explores the untold and exceptional stories of Indigenous Australian soldiers who fought for the British Commonwealth.
TKST: hometown boy makes good
Ronny Chieng chats about fame, basketball & Dave Chappelle
Triple J's Matt Okine shares his favourite comedians
The Shadow King - mini documentary
Com Truise - what's in a name?
Exxopolis time lapse video
An in-depth chat with Joe Henry
Behind the scenes with Circus Oz
Andy Bull talks music
Brisbane Festival 2014 Highlights
A few words about Improbable Theatre
Interview with @TKSTmusic - hometown boy makes good: http://t.co/6J1gkHWOHj #bnefest #telstraspiegeltent