Harrison Orchard has a rundown of some of this weekend’s events and where you’ll find more information.


Sunsuper Riverfire will light up the city skyline this Saturday night.

The pyrotechnic explosion of colour and sound is a fitting finale to close three weeks of Brisbane Festival fun.

Translink is running additional services on many popular bus routes, train lines and some ferry services.

WHAT: Sunsuper Riverfire
WHEN: Saturday from 3.30pm
COST: Free
VANTAGE POINTS: South Bank, Victoria Bridge, Kangaroo Point Cliffs, City Riverwalk
EXTRA PUBLIC TRANSPORT: www.translink.com.au
MORE INFO: www.brisbanefestival.com.au

The talent of Australia’s most gifted tap dancers is on display at Untapped.

The production is an eclectic mash-up of tap, acrobatics, funk and rock.

WHAT: Untapped
WHEN: Saturday 11am and Sunday 3pm
WHERE: QUT Gardens Point Theatre
COST: Adults $30
MORE INFO: www.brisbanefestival.com.au

The Brisbane Shakespeare Festival begins this weekend bringing the works of the famous bard to Oxford Street Bulimba.

There will be children’s activities in the library, sonnets in local cafes and on Sunday, brass bands, sword play and The Taming of the Shrew on stage at Bulimba Memorial Park.

WHAT: Brisbane Shakespeare Festival
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday
WHERE: Oxford Street, Bulimba
COST: Free
MORE INFO: www.4mbs.com.au/shakespeare-festivals

This Saturday will be your last chance to catch Danger Ensemble’s final matinee of The Wizard of Oz.

The production promises to be a different story from the Oz we know and love.

WHAT: The Wizard of Oz
WHEN: Saturday, 2pm
WHERE: La Boite Theatre, Kelvin Grove
COST: From $25
MORE INFO: www.laboite.com.au