Nanango Theatre Company’s planned 12-play festival – which was to kick off at the Nanango Cultural Centre on Friday night – has been cancelled due to the extension of the COVID-19 lockdown in Greater Brisbane.
Saint Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy celebrated Catholic Education Week with their annual “Rock On Stage” event in the Mary Knoll Centre last Friday night.
Blackbutt’s Avocado Festival want to draw up a community plan that will guide art-related activities in the Timbertown over the next five years.
The 2021 Gympie Music Muster has been cancelled.
Blackbutt dancer Gemmason Green, 11, is hoping to perform with the Queensland Ballet in The Nutcracker this December
South Burnett artists and cultural workers will have the opportunity to undertake specialist training in “creative recovery” thanks to an innovative program.
Australia is home to over 150 supersized monuments and artworks that look like much smaller objects, animals and food … now Blackbutt wants to join the Big Things movement, too.
Country music lovers should be making a beeline to The Shed in Nanango next Friday night (July 23) to catch a top night of entertainment with a distinctly local flavour.
Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery volunteers believe this year’s Queensland Winter Craft Festival has been the most successful to date.
“Iconic” is a word often misused and abused but this month’s Wondai Art Gallery exhibition is truly – and literally – “iconic”.
The Building Barambah Pottery project at Cherbourg has received a $25,000 grant under the latest round of the State Government’s Indigenous Regional Arts Development Fund grants program.
A free family concert is being held on Friday night at Nanango Showgrounds … and a big night of music and fun is being promised.
The South Burnett Chorale marked its 25th anniversary on Saturday with a special concert in Kingaroy.
Blackbutt’s Avocado Festival is calling for visual artists from across the South Burnett to participate in an exhibition of local artwork in Blackbutt businesses.
Actress, author and playwright Leah Purcell – who grew up in Murgon – was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in this year’s Queen’s Birthday honours list.
A magnificent mural that now graces the back wall of the gym in the Cherbourg Sports Complex honours one of Cherbourg’s true sporting heroes.
St Mary’s Catholic College’s annual musical, which premiered at the school’s Maryknoll Centre on Friday night, has received an enthusiastic reaction from parents and teachers.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s June exhibition is proof that disabilities are not a barrier to creativity.
Mulled wine and pumpkin soup … what better way to welcome in winter on a cool Kingaroy night?
Winter’s officially arrived … so it must be time for the annual Queensland Winter Craft Festival at Kingaroy Art Gallery!