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Set in deep space, every 100 years, Queens from all over the Universe compete in the most outrageous and outlandish beauty pageant in the multiverse.
Come and witness a display of colour, diversity and excellence from the far reaches of Space! And find out who will reign as Miss Galax-She for the next Century!”
Saturday 3 April 2021 8:00 PM
Sunday 4 April 2021 8:00 PM
90 Minutes +
THE MISS GALAX-SHE CENTENNIAL PAGEANT
Sirial killer Presented by Rebecca Day
The Adventures of Professor Finnley presented by
Taine Harding, Jordan Ferguson, Beau Doyle, Josh Welter
Sirial Killer - This is the story of girl meets phone. I should warn you, it does not have a happy ending
The Adventures of Professor FInnley - one man sets off to explore the undiscovered world around him, in search for some new mysterious creature.
Thursday 1 April 2021 5:00 PM
Saturday 3 April 2021 3:00 PM
A New Work By Micharne Cloughley
Directed by Zac Bolton
43 STAGES OF GRIEVING tells the story of a robot who is pregnant, and dying. Robots are not supposed to be able to get pregnant. And yet, our robot, Taya, is pregnant. As she tries to find someone / something to look after the one / thing she is pregnant with, she will move in with a human, who is also dying. Together, they do in fact move through 43 stages of grieving.
A comedy until it is not a comedy, this play is about the complicated future of death, but it is also about hope. Hope that robots will be nice, humans will be rational, and that no matter how far away we get from being ‘natural’, nature will find us all in the end.
The Brisbane Sci-fi Theatre Festival would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and present our festival. Firstly to the Jagera and Turrbal people, who are the traditional custodians of the land now known as Brisbane. And to the Central Arrernte People of Alice Springs from where we operate our website and communications.
We would like to pay our respects to all elders past, present, and emerging. We acknowledge that Aboriginal people have been performing on and caring for these lands for tens of thousands of years.
Always was and always will be Aboriginal Land.