You can reach for the lasers nightly at the City of Lights, beaming from a pontoon moored just off South Bank. Synchronised to music and accompanied by some mighty impressive acrobatics, this free show is best enjoyed with a BYO picnic, and good friends and family in tow.
The Wheel of Brisbane takes on a slightly Moulin Rouge-esq feeling during Brisbane Festival, as colourful lanterns light up the riverside promenade.
Performing for the second year running, La Soiree's saucy mix of cabaret, acrobatics and a good dose of lewd language, was an easy sell-out.
There's just as much action backstage at The Spiegeltent during Brisbane Festival, with enough coifs and hairspray to make Cher proud.
Life's a cabaret for the performers of La Soiree.
David O'Mer (aka "Bath Boy") shows off a few tricks you should never try at home.
Gerry Connolly knows it takes a lot of work to be the Queen.
The Queen has never before been seen in this light.
Denis Lock & Hamish McCann (aka The English Gents) do a dapper job of defying gravity.
This is Cats like you've never seen it before.
The Spiegeltent provides the cultural and musical hot bed of talent for the duration of Brisbane Festival, with whimsical lantern lighting to get you in the party mood.
Freyja Edney steals a quiet pre-show moment before hitting the stage in Opus at Brisbane Powerhouse - a mash-up of chamber music and circus.
Raining lights pour down on Brisbane Festival revellers.