Heads up for ABBA fans (and just about everyone else!) … tickets for the South Burnett Musical Comedy Society’s latest production – Mamma Mia!- are now on sale.
There’s a new venue for live music coming on stream at Maidenwell next month.
Nanango Theatre Company is calling on aspiring local actors and directors to take part in a two-day workshop later this month.
There’s a bunch of musicians – and budding musicians – who are really “rockin” at Murgon on Thursdays.
Leah Purcell’s dramatic film, “The Drover’s Wife The Legend Of Molly Johnson”, will be making its world premiere at a prestigious American film festival next month.
Western Downs Regional Council will be hosting a special forum for artists at the Bunya Mountains from May 13-15.
There was too much art for just one gallery in the South Burnett on Friday night, with both Council-owned galleries holding the official openings of their February exhibitions.
The Brisbane-based Topology musical ensemble – which has been a frequent visitor to local schools – is inviting applications from rural and regional Queenslanders eager to take part in a free, one-year mentorship program.
South Burnett Regional Council will establish an Arts, Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee to take over the operation of its Regional Arts Development Fund.
Budding actors have one more chance to audition for Nanango Theatre Company’s next production which will hit the stage in April.
Missing the Nanango Film Festival? Well, this might help to fill the gap … the Queensland Touring Film Festival is coming to Nanango this weekend with a swag of short films.
Half a century ago the South Burnett’s councils began accumulating an art collection that is now so big that just a third of it almost completely fills Wondai’s Regional Art Gallery.
The South Burnett Regional Council is calling for public feedback on a proposed new Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy.
Singer/songwriter Bridget O’Shannessy can’t really be claimed by the South Burnett – she lives in Brisbane – but she may as well be a local, as she spends so much time here!
South Burnett Regional Council has joined with the Fraser Coast and Bundaberg councils in a unique collaboration to extend arts services across the region.
The South Burnett Regional Council will hire an Arts Development Officer to help set the direction of the region’s future Arts Policy.
Members of the “Kingaroy Needs A Big Peanut” committee met South Burnett Regional councillors and Council staff on Thursday morning to discuss possible locations for a planned sculpture.
Registrations are now open for schools wanting to take part in Topology’s “Top Up” music education program next year.
There’s a bunch of talented South Burnett artists who aren’t afraid to do a bit of “showing off” when it comes to their creative skills.
Battling the pandemic and its associated restrictions has been a challenge for the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for most of this year … but last Friday night things (almost) returned to normal.