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There’s Something About Music

The smash hit returns November 2021
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What the world needs now is love and The Little Red Company delivers it in spades with the feel-good music event of the year, There’s Something About Music.
Back by overwhelming popular demand, this fuzzy feel-good smash celebrates the films that defined the rom-com genre and the soundtracks we fell head-over-heels for including There’s Something About Mary, Notting Hill, My Best Friend’s Wedding, 10 Things I Hate About You, Pretty Woman, Bridget Jones’s Diary, Legally Blonde and more.
Fall in love all over again with the world’s most-enduring romantic comedy soundtracks, brought to life by a dream cast of Australian theatre sweethearts including Luke Kennedy (Your Song, Swing on This), Lucy Maunder (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda), Naomi Price (Christmas Actually, Sweet Charity) and Mat Verevis (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical).
Five shows only at Brisbane Powerhouse 10 - 13 November 2021. BOOK NOW
Creative Team  A production by The Little Red Company  Production Manager Rebecca Easterman  Lighting Design Sam Gibb  Sound Design Jamie Taylor  Costumes Laura Churchill  Brand & Graphics Jacob Brewer  AV Supervision Freddy Komp & Rachael Rigg  Image by Joel Devereux
Premiered at Brisbane Powerhouse in February 2021.

Jam-packed with trips down memory lane, There’s Something About Music is filled with witty banter, unrequited love and even a happy-ever-after nuptial, meaning that, like a quality mix tape, the show has something for everyone.

Blue Curtains Brisbane

Better than a romcom movie mixtape, There’s Something About Music is a nostalgic treat that must be experienced in real life… An entertaining and fuzzy feel-good experience.

Brisbane Stage

Whether you’ve seen every rom-com since the era of Pretty In Pink, or have opted for the more recent Bridesmaids, There’s Something About Music is a night out that you and your squad do not want to miss.


So much fun it should be illegal! What a feel-good show this is and you could feel the love sweeping through the full house at the Brisbane Powerhouse.

The Courier-Mail