Bars
Rock down to Woolloongabba’s newest bar and bistro Electric Avenue
Food & Drink

Rock down to Woolloongabba’s newest bar and bistro Electric Avenue

A new hangout for night owls and feasters is set to illuminate Logan Road next week, bringing a truckload of inviting atmosphere, good food, great drinks and a stellar selection of tunes to the hip cul-de-sac. Electric Avenue is the latest project from the boys behind Canvas Bar – a comfortable spot for diners and revellers to take a step back in time to a prominent era of Brisbane’s history. more

Community
What's on in Brisbane this weekend
Event News

What’s on in Brisbane this weekend

Shout out to short weeks and leftover Easter chocolate, y’all! Thanks to some strategically placed public holidays we have four four-day weeks in a row, so what better way to celebrate than sucking the marrow out of Brisbane’s activity offering? From jukebox dance parties to the hottest wing-eating competition in town, we’ve scoped what’s on in Brisbane this weekend from April 20–23. more

Clothing
Colour your world with bright and bold threads from Jericho Road Clothing
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Colour your world with bright and bold threads from Jericho Road Clothing

Creatively collaborating with your siblings can go one of two ways – magic or tragic. In the case of Jericho Road Clothing, Brisbane-based sisters Chloe and Kate have absolutely nailed the former dynamic. Since 2016, the duo has been cooking up collection after collection filled with bold prints, quirky designs and flattering cuts designed to be worn with confidence. The latest offering is dropping soon, promising to add a brand-new style to the label’s repertoire – and we’re pretty damn excited to see what it is. more

Theatre
From sex shops to laundromats, find fun around every corner during the Anywhere Theatre Festival
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From sex shops to laundromats, find fun around every corner during the Anywhere Theatre Festival

You’re probably familiar with the sentiment that great things happen when you step outside of your comfort zone, but just how far are you willing to go? One event that has epitomised the concept of pushing boundaries is the Anywhere Theatre Festival, a smorgasbord of pop-up shows that take place in the nooks and crannies of Brisbane. From May 4–21, the festival will spread across 104 locations, each more surprising and unconventional than the last. The only rule? To perform anywhere but a theatre, or exhibit art anywhere but a gallery. more

Event Highlights

Film
Gold Coast Film Festival

Gold Coast Film Festival

Community
Medibank Feel Good Program

Medibank Feel Good Program

Community
Anzac Commemoration

Anzac Commemoration

Circus & Dance
Untapped

Untapped

Food
Eats & Beats

Eats & Beats

Circus & Dance
Spanish Baroque: Brandenburg and Circa

Spanish Baroque: Brandenburg and Circa

Events: What's on in Brisbane this week. Start planning your weekend

Food
Food Trucks of the World Lunch

Food Trucks of the World Lunch

Community
‘Everywhen, Everywhere' – Indigenous Australian Collection

‘Everywhen, Everywhere’ – Indigenous Australian Collection

Comedy
Jarred Fell @ The Sit Down Comedy Club

Jarred Fell @ The Sit Down Comedy Club

Exhibitions
Anish Kapoor – Untitled 2006-07

Anish Kapoor – Untitled 2006-07

Exhibitions
International and Asian Collection

International and Asian Collection

Exhibitions
William Robinson: Genesis

William Robinson: Genesis

Exhibitions
William Robinson: Genesis

William Robinson: Genesis

kids
The Storybook Swap

The Storybook Swap

Exhibitions
Solomon Islands: Re-Enchantment and the Colonial Shadow

Solomon Islands: Re-Enchantment and the Colonial Shadow

Music
The Blurst of Times brings big bands, endless rosé and shotgun weddings to The Valley
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The Blurst of Times brings big bands, endless rosé and shotgun weddings to The Valley

“It was the best of times, it was the … blurst of times?” This iconic quote isn’t just a throwback to the golden age before The Simpsons became actually quite awful – it is also the namesake for one of Brisbane’s finest music festivals. What The Blurst of Times lacks in anthropomorphic monkeys, it makes up for in tuneage – we’re talking about a line-up that is stuffed with some of Australia’s best live acts across a range of genres. Taking over three key Fortitude Valley venues on Saturday April 29, Blurst is a one-day rager that ironically promises nothing but the best of times. more

Restaurants
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Food & Drink

Brisbane’s ten best restaurants as voted by you

When it comes to ranking the best of the best, we think it’s almost too tall a task to consider. Which is why we graciously pass on the opportunity to you – our dear readers – to give us the 411 on what is considered Brisbane’s best. The EAT/drink Awards is our yearly retrospective of what tantalised tastebuds around town, rewarding excellence across bars, cafes and restaurants. You voted in droves for the latest edition of the awards, so we thought it was only fair to give you a comprehensive rundown of the ten best of each major category. This week it’s restaurants – here is your pick for Brisbane’s best places to sit down to a special meal. more

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