Anywhere Theatre Festival

Arts for everyone, right where they live

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Jobs at Anywhere Theatre Festival

We are looking to fill up to four paid contract roles with Anywhere Theatre Festival to start in September: Venues and Workshops Coordinator Councils Coordinator Media and Story Coordinator Partnerships Coordinator All four roles are exploratory contracts starting September with fixed term specific goals with the hope they will roll over. UPDATE – Due to the high level […]

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Independent artists at 2016 Anywhere Theatre Festival break predictions… for 2019!

Anywhere Festival breaks predictions… for 2019 The 2016 Anywhere Festival in Brisbane showed why local independent artists are a powerhouse with a reach and impact beyond expectations to stake a claim as one of Queensland’s major performance events. Over 18 days in May, 438 performances of theatre, dance, music, comedy, poetry, circus, magic and much more were […]

Pictured (L to R): Miss Laine,  Alicia Cush, and Zoe Georgakis-Ray. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.

Review: Anywhere Festival 2016…. And the winners are…..

Pictured: Australian Modern at the Anywhere Festival 2016. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.   18 days, 420 performances, 84%+ sold, 63 locations.  The May 2016 Anywhere Festival transformed Brisbane—opening up many of the more unusual places across the local area, and giving our ‘creatives’ a chance to shine. Audience members had the opportunity to nominate […]

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And the inaugural Anywhere Award winners are…

Welcome to the inaugural Anywhere Awards! The Anywhere Awards are our way of acknowledging a fraction of the outstanding work at 2016 Anywhere Festival. Over the last 18 days there have been 420 performances across 63 locations (plus some) in Brisbane, Logan, Sunshine Coast and Ipswich. This year has been amazing as well as the […]

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REVIEW – Awful/Big Adventure

Though it needs a little more time to grow up, the Suicide Ensemble’s loudest & proudest work promises an unforgettable experience for the curious explorer.

Pictured (L to R): Miss Laine,  Alicia Cush, and Zoe Georgakis-Ray. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.

Review: Gin and Sin Jazz Salon

Pictured (L to R): Miss Laine, Alicia Cush, and Zoe Georgakis-Ray. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.   There are some people who just know how to throw a party. Chris Osborne and Susan Bennett certainly know how to mix the perfect ingredients: take one Australian Modern home, invite some of Brisbane’s most-talented musicians, […]