Teneriffe is having their 6th ever festival and they are bring out all the stops this time to showcase what the Brisbane community has to offer. So why not take some time out of your busy life to kick back and enjoy all the food, fashion, music and stalls Teneriffe has to offer.
When: July 04 2015, 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Where: Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe
Price: Free Entry
Zeus – South Bank
There is a new restaurant that has opened up in south bank!
I hope you like Greek food because this new restaurant called Zeus is offering the best flavours Greece has to offer. Here is just some of what they have to offer. The menu centres around a selection of eight pitas, filled with a variety of meats from the souvla. Traditionalists will love choices such as the Uncle ‘Tzimmy’ Classic with pork or chicken, tomato, tzatziki, onion, paprika and chips, or the Papou Niko with pork, Aegean slaw, caramelised onion, preserved lemon mayo and parsley. For something a little different, you can opt for the lightly fried soft-shell crab, or the Stavros Stavrou with grilled haloumi and olive tapenade. Partner your pita with traditional Greek dips, or sides such as spanakopita, corn cobs, salads and fetta and oregano chips.
Where: Shop S13/14 Little Stanley Street, South Bank
Opening –Closing: 11:00 am – Late
Do you like Japanese films? Well if you do then this festival might strike your fancy!
Cult Japan celebrates the strange and outrageous in post-war Japanese cinema. The program includes underground and cult classics; Japan’s unique variation on horror and action cinema; and the excessive, surreal and kitsch depictions of love, revenge and technology that have made Japanese genre cinema an international success.
When: July 03 2015 ‐ September 02 2015, time vary
Where: GOMA Cinema
Stanley Place, South Bank
Price: Adult $9 | 5-film pass $36 available through QTix