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!
Tickets have gone on sale for “Are You Lonesome Tonight”, the quirky mix of opera and country music which is being brought to Kingaroy next month by Opera Queensland and the South Burnett Regional Council.
The inaugural Arts on Top regional arts forum attracted more than 200 people to the Bunya Mountains earlier this month.
Hot on the heels of their booked out “Larrikin Puppets’ show, South Burnett Libraries have another fun event planned for youngsters.
The annual Kingaroy Eisteddfod relies on volunteers – and one of the keenest has to be Brisbane resident Therese Andrea.
Blackbutt Avocado Festival has received funding to kickstart an arts initiative in the Blackbutt community later this year.
People who’d like to see markedly different views on the effects of climate change have just one week to catch “All The Bees Are [Not] Dying” at the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery.
Hot on the heels of their comedy success with Play On!, Nanango Theatre Company is serving up two special concerts for music lovers.
Two sisters – who aren’t really sisters – and a bunch of their close friends have taken over Wondai Art Gallery for this month’s exhibition.
Two upcoming events at Wondai Art Gallery are part of a new cross-regional arts festival, dubbed “Shine Bright”.
Artists are being urged to get in quick to secure a place in the inaugural “Arts on Top” regional arts forum at the Bunya Mountains.
The trials of an amateur theatre group trying to stage a murder mystery where the play’s author keeps changing the script kept a dress rehearsal audience in stitches on Thursday night.
South Burnett residents will be able to enjoy a rare mix of opera and country music in June this year.