This Weekend Feb 21-23

From enchanting ballet and a comedy festival for kids to new underground bars, Persian feasts and child friendly cafes, the best things to do around Brisbane this weekend:

What's On
Girls' Day Out returns to heritage-listed Eagle Farm Racecourse on Sat Feb 22 for a glamorous day at the races
The Australian Ballet’s stunning interpretation of The Happy Prince makes its much-anticipated world premiere
Band of Brothers sees two sets of super-talented siblings teaming up for an evening of musical mastery
Australia's funniest comedians are set to descend on Brisbane with their brand-new shows

Check out The Project and triple j regular, Sam Taunton live at the Brisbane Comedy Festival – starting next Tue 25 Feb at Brisbane Powerhouse

Dogs of Brisbane are invited to attend this special silent doggie disco in the garden bar of Prohibition
Must Do Coming Up
Experience the beautiful ballads of Edith Piaf when the award-winning cabaret, Exposing Edith, comes to QPAC
Join Jimmy Giggle and his owl friends when they return to Brisbane in April with their sell-out live stage show
The critically-acclaimed production of American Song by Joanna Murray-Smith is coming to QUT Gardens Theatre
Comedy superstar Cal Wilson is heading to Brisbane to delight fans with her new stand-up show
The Triffid will play host to some of the hippest, sexiest beats on the planet
Celebrate the launch of UQ Art Museum’s 2020 creative program, Union, on Friday, February 28
How Cities Work is a fantastic, interactive family exhibition featuring a spectacular 2-metre-high cityscape
This bespoke European style cupcake parlour inhabits the historic antique centre
Ling Ling's is a subterranean late night Asian bar and eatery in the basement of the old Sun newspaper building
A child- and dog-friendly local hotspot, serving up great food and perfectly brewed coffee
Taste of Saffron is a Persian and Mediterranean restaurant serving authentic cuisine in Stones Corner
Get your hands on some of Brisbane's juiciest ribs at this Valley BBQ bar
For the best eats in Ipswich, check out this list
Eagleby Wetlands is home to a flourishing bird population, diverse walking trails and secluded picnic spots.
Of the coastal wetlands fringing Brisbane this is arguably the most picturesque with its stunning location on the bend of Pine River and the D’Aguilar Ranges as a western backdrop.
At the Nudgee Creek tip of the sleepy little sea hamlet of Nudgee lies this mangrove wonderland which is far less frequented than the greater Boondall Wetlands across the creek
Kids can get a laugh out of The Brisbane Comedy Festival too with this fantastic family program
Next time you’re looking for an unforgettable free day out for the whole family, look no further than Queensland Museum