Not to miss – March in Brisbane

Taking some time out for yourself to do something creative can be an awesome way to de-stress from your studies and life. We all have different ways we practice self-care, and for some people art can be a great way to relax. Below are our suggestions for 5 art and craft activities with minimal clean up, yay!

Feb 21st to March 22nd Brisbane Comedy Festival 2020

Laughter is good for the soul and they say it’s also the best medicine. There’s something for everyone at the Brisbane Comedy Festival, with 85 acts featuring comedians for all around the world. Some Scape staff may think they have the best dad jokes, but go to the comedy experts for the real deal. brisbanecomedyfestival.com/

March 7th to 22nd The Big Bounce

Want to see what the Guinness World Records’ biggest bouncy castle looks like? Here’s your chance, at The Big Bounce in Brisbane. In a time of your life where you’re studying hard and trying to be a responsible kind-of-adult what you really need is to loosen up with some bouncing. It’s also great cardio, but mostly lots of fun.
thebigbounceaustralia.com.au/

March 17th Kingdom of Beers

Even this name of this event is cool. This event is being held by the Royal Queensland Food and Wine Show and is your opportunity to sample more than 100 amazing Australian beers. There will also be delicious food like German sausages and Italian street food as well as entertainment like games, live music and street art. Also… did we mention beer?
Just don’t forget to drink responsibly!
kingdomofbeers.com.au/

March 25th to 29th World Science Festival Brisbane

If you’re a science student you can call this homework, if you’re not you can still come and learn about how the world works and be mightily impressed. There are events and exhibitions around physics, the environment and ecology, psychology, biology, chemistry and technology. There are events for all budgets, and you’ll no doubt find something that interests you and your friends.
worldsciencefestival.com.au/