Little Creatures Live at Brisbane Festival

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Little Creatures Live at the Gem
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The brewery that does things a little differently brings LIVE to Brisbane Festival

Chances are, you already enjoy Little Creatures' beers – including their hoppy Pale Ale, smooth Rogers’ and refreshing Dog Days ale – and now you’ll be able to experience the energy and personality of the Little Creatures crew when their roaming party Little Creatures Live hits Brisbane as part of Brisbane Festival.

Making its debut in the brewery’s home base in Perth, Little Creatures Live is a travelling show that takes the Fremantle Brewery experience on the road through live performance art, circus acts and, of course, flavoursome beer. It’s travelled to Melbourne and Sydney and now it’s Brisbane’s turn. Beer-lovers will be able to experience something ‘a little different’ four days a week on Throwback Thursdays, Friday Fun Night, Sorority Saturdays and Sunset Sundays at Brisbane Festival.

Throwback Thursdays is the ultimate retro night, so dust off your Walkman, ghetto blast the night away with the best ‘80s hits and enjoy entertainment by home-grown clown collective ImproMafia, indie band Shag Rock and circus band the Chipolatas. Friday Fun Night will feature Brisbane’s most inappropriate and overzealous tour guides the Foxy Morons getting down beside Jenny Wynter and songstress June Low.

Sorority Saturdays promises a diva-tastic evening of Mariah Carey, Katy Perry, Bey and Tay Tay songs with Brissie performer Josh RH Daveta, cabaret star Lizzie Moore, singer Michael Tuahine and more. Finish your weekend on a high note with Sunset Sundays, hosted by jazz singer Lisa La Celle, vocalist Charlotte Mclean and more.

All weekend you’ll be able to get your hands on Little Creatures favourites like Pale Ale, Rogers, IPA, Pilsner, Bright Ale, cans of Dog Days as well as Pipsqueak Cider and White Rabbit Dark Ale.

You’ll never know what to expect from Little Creatures’ travelling roadshow – which makes sense for a brewery that prides itself on doing things differently – but one thing’s for sure: you’ll have a hell of a good time.

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