South Burnett Musical Comedy Society is keen to pass the love of the stage on to younger generations, which is the aim behind a new production which will debut in Kingaroy on Friday night.
The Ironing Maidens – aka Patty Preece and Melania Jack – are bringing their hilarious “Electro House Wife” concert to Nanango next month, but it’s not all fun and games for the pair.
South Burnett artists have been invited to donate artworks to a special charity exhibition, Art 4 Ukraine, to be held at Ringsfield House in Nanango next month.
A wild hailstorm – and a blackout – on Friday night may have tossed things around a bit at the 2023 Heritage Nanango Country Muster but it couldn’t stop the music for long at the four-day festival.
Nanango Theatre Company wrapped up its latest feast of drama, comedy and social commentary last Sunday morning with more than $3000 worth of prizes handed out.
An embroidery workshop with a difference attracted 20 eager participants – and thousands of dollars worth of specialist equipment – to Kingaroy last week.
Young musicians from Moffatdale State School took to the stage at the official opening of Wondai Art Gallery’s September exhibition on Friday night.
The second of the South Burnett Regional Council’s “Grooving In The Gardens” series of concerts attracted a relaxed crowd of music lovers to Ringsfield House on Sunday.
The Nanango Theatre Company will be bringing a feast of drama and comedy to the South Burnett next week.
Complaints about the cost of tickets for the South Burnett Regional Council’s “Day At The Dam” music festival have resulted in reduced admission prices for some teenagers.
The enthusiastic members of the South Burnett Chorale have been rehearsing hard – and brushing up on their Latin – for their upcoming concerts.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s August exhibition features hundreds of stunning works by the South Burnett’s youngest up-and-coming artists.
The first of the South Burnett Regional Council’s three “Grooving In The Gardens” free, outdoor live music events attracted a good crowd to Ringsfield House’s gardens on Sunday.
South Burnett Toastmasters hosted Round 1 of their annual club speech contests at Kingaroy last Thursday night.
A large crowd turned out to the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery on Saturday afternoon for the official opening of its August exhibitions.
Nanango Theatre’s Company’s latest short season of one-act plays wrapped up at the weekend, but the group doesn’t have time to rest on its laurels!
Here’s a special sneak peek inside Murgon’s multi-million dollar art gallery and fossil museum which is rapidly taking shape in Macalister Street!
Nanango Theatre Company is playing for laughs again with three light-hearted productions about to hit the stage on Friday.
The annual Quilt Trail is not only a highlight of the Winter Craft Festival, it’s also a highlight in the lives of the many keen quilters who are eager to show off the results of their days, months – and in some instances, years – of intricate work.
The Queensland Youth Orchestra offered concertgoers in Kingaroy Town Hall a rare opportunity last week to enjoy elite musicianship in a free concert.