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November 30, 2019

The premier of Rasa at the Brisbane Powerhouse’s Wonderland Festival has got us raving!

Many who follow the Brisbane comedy scene would be familiar with stand-up comedian and ABC Radio presenter Ashwin Segkar. In his new one-man show, Segkar imparts his comic genius, f...

November 30, 2019


Slack Mirror: Dystopian Sketch Comedy opened at Brisbane’s Wonderland Festival on Thursday night for a strictly limited run, playing to a packed and enthusiastic audience in the Graffiti Room at Brisbane Powerhouse. The project is a collaboration between comedians Amy...

November 22, 2019

Fasten your seatbelts – this show is off the rails! Following their sell out show Elixir at last year’s Wonderland Festival, the fantastic-four of Head First Acrobats brings another laugh-non-stop, edge-of-your-seat, side-splitting show to Brisbane!

Railed is modern, f...

December 3, 2018

Elixir takes you on a journey of comedy and circus, all told through the story of a science experiment (yes, you guessed it – drinking the right elixir can make you do amazing acrobatics!).

As the three performers embark on their mission, their superb mix of clowning a...

December 1, 2018

Comedian Sam Bowden’s one man show, The Epicurean Shark, at the Wonderland Festival 2018 is a must-see!

In his 60-minute show, Bowden explores why humans and animals love doing things that are harmful. Like the uncle everyone adores, his charisma and charm make you wan...

November 30, 2018

Fresh from the Melbourne Fringe Festival Claire Healy brings us her latest cabaret show (Get a) Real Job. Healy’s hilarious job history recounts experiences of busking in Croatia, being a tennis tour guide, working the night shift at a bar and a taxi call centre, teach...

November 30, 2018

For the past five years, award-winning mentalist and magician, Matt Tarrant, has been performing sell-out shows at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Last night, for the first time at the 2018 Wonderland Festival, Brisbane got to experience why so many people flock to see h...

November 30, 2018

Today’s high expectations of live theatre makes it hard to get a real wow factor from a show. But Invisible Things demonstrates otherwise!

This brilliantly designed show deals with the issues of everyday human struggle, without limiting itself to any specifically defin...

November 25, 2018

Brisbane singer-songwriter and owner of Time Off magazine Sean Sennett premiered his show I Left My Heart in Highgate Hill at the Wonderland Festival, Brisbane Powerhouse last night. 

Sennett collaborated with eight local female singers to showcase his songs of love, wh...

November 24, 2018

Borrowing many elements from traditional Greek comedy theatre, Larry’s Odyssey is a completely immersive (and sometimes confronting) experience for the audience. The fourth wall is broken down and the audience become part of the show as participants of Larry’s ‘Voice 1...

December 1, 2017

Black humour is often the antidote for awkward subject matters, and such is the case in The Wives of Wolfgang, an original cabaret featuring local talent.

November 30, 2017

Director Celia White stretches the imagination with Dadaism-like fervour at the Wonderland Festival 2017. Featuring a cast of three circus-theatre performers, Monsteria is a new feminist production presented by GUSH and Vulcana Women’s Circus.

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