Artistic director of Brisbane Festivals Lyndon Terracini in the Q150 Shed.
Artistic director of Brisbane Festivals Lyndon Terracini in the Q150 Shed. Image supplied

Shed heads to Blackall

BLACKALL culture vultures take note! The second tour of the Q150 Shed is all set to take two huge, free nights of entertainment to Blackall on Friday and Saturday, November 6 and 7.

The Q150 Shed will travel to Blackall Showgrounds, Salvia Street, as well as Caboolture, Augathella, Cherbourg, Warwick, Brisbane and the Gold Coast on its second tour of Queensland.

The atmospheric Q150 Shed is a travelling venue based on the iconic corrugated iron shearing shed on Isis Downs Station.

The program includes music, storytelling, poetry, dance and workshops.

The free workshops with Raw Dance Company offer budding dancers of all ages a very special opportunity to learn how to bust out the moves from some of Queensland's best.

For the full Q150 Shed entertainment line-up, venue information or to register for the workshops, visit www.q150.qld.gov.au



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