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“Amer­i­can Idiot” re­turns to rock QPAC’S Play­house this month. Win­ner of two Tony Awards and the 2010 Grammy Award-win­ner for Best Mu­si­cal Show Al­bum, “Amer­i­can Idiot” is the story of three boy­hood friends, each search­ing for mean­ing in a post 9/11, Trumpian-sub­ur­bia. Fea­tur­ing the mu­sic of Green Day, this thrilling new mu­si­cal has in­tro­duced a gen­er­a­tion of the­atre­go­ers to their pow­er­ful and mov­ing mu­si­cal style. The high-oc­tane Bris­bane sea­son will in­clude an all-aus­tralian cast fea­tur­ing Phil Jamieson and Sarah Mcleod and in­cludes ev­ery song from Green Day’s al­bum “Amer­i­can Idiot”, as well as sev­eral songs from their fol­low-up re­lease, “21st Cen­tury Break­down”.

13–21 April, Play­house, QPAC, cnr Grey and Mel­bourne Streets, South Bank. 136 246.

Vis­i­tors to Bris­bane can get a more in­ti­mate feel for the city by join­ing in on one of the sched­uled tours which de­part from Bris­bane City Hall ev­ery day at 10am. The new tours take in dif­fer­ent as­pects of the city, in­clud­ing pub­lic art, Queens­lan­der houses, churches and shrines, her­itage build­ings, art­ful na­ture, cul­tural at­trac­tions and the Bris­bane River. Each tour runs be­tween two to four hours and is free, with vis­i­tors pay­ing only for any pub­lic trans­port used dur­ing the tours, food and drinks and any ap­pli­ca­ble admission fees. The new Greeter’s Choice Tours are be­ing of­fered in ad­di­tion to the more cus­tomised Your Choice Tours. Both can be booked on­line at bris­bane­

Adalita, Phil Jamieson and Sarah Mcleod in “Amer­i­can Idiot”. Photo: Dy­lan Evans.

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