Brisbane: Queensland Performing Arts Centre

Country: Australia
State: Queensland
City: Brisbane
Location: South Bank, Grey Street / Melbourne Street

Built by Robin Gibson. Opened 20 April 1985. Also known as "Performing Arts Complex". 2011-2012 renovations by Philip Cox. The complex comprises various halls:

  • Lyric Theatre. 2000 seats. Used for musical, opera and ballet performances.
  • Concert Hall. 1600-1800 seats.
  • Playhouse. 850 seats. Used for drama and ballet performances
  • Cremorne Theatre. 200-300 seats. Used for drama, comedy and cabaret performances.

Links: www.qpac.com.au, AusStage, Wikipedia

[Brisbane: Queensland Performing Arts Centre] Front Text: "Greetings from Brisbane", "The Performing Arts Complex"
Reverse Text: "Brisbane - Capital of Queensland. Famous landmark on the South Bank of the river the Performing Arts complex is now the home of Queensland's expanding cultural heritage."
Publisher: Sydney G. Hughes, Brisbane; B. 33
Size: Modern
Not sent.

[Brisbane: Queensland Performing Arts Centre] Front Text: "Greetings from Brisbane"
Reverse Text: "Brisbane, Queensland. The Performing Arts Complex - opened in 1985, this superb complex will provide international standard venues for all areas of the performing arts. It comprises a Concert Hall, a Lyric Theatre and Studio Theatre."
Publisher: Nu-Color-Vue of Australia; NCV 5472
Size: Modern
Not sent.

[Brisbane: Queensland Performing Arts Centre] Reverse Text: "'All the world's a stage' by Philippa Webb. From the permanent artworks collection, Queensland Performing Arts Complex, South Bank, Brisbane, Australia"
Publisher: Sydney G. Hughes, Brisbane
Size: Modern
Sent: from Australia to Hessle (England), 1995

Permanent link: http://www.andreas-praefcke.de/carthalia/id/758

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