The Mid Century Project Brisbane, Wickham Terrace Carpark, July 21-22

Following a sell out season as part of Melbourne Design Week and the London Festival of Architecture, Tim Ross and Kit Warhurst invite you to join them for The Mid Century Project at Wickham Terrace Carpark. For the past five years they have been skillfully blending storytelling, music and design in a mold breaking format and are thrilled to perform at this heritage listed building.

Tickets include mid century inspired film installations and the latest version of Tim Ross’s hit show Man About the House performed with musician Kit Warhurst.

“Must see show of the Festival” New York Times

“Had us in stitches” Sunday Times UK

“Hilarious” The Age

With a limited season and capacity, tickets will sell out, book now to avoid missing out.

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The show runs for 1 hour with no intermission, with extra time for viewing the installations and building.

Supported by Brisbane City Council. 



Wickham Terrace Car Park 

Wickham Terrace Car Park is a heritage-listed multi-storey car park at 136 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill, Brisbane. It was designed by James Birrell and built from 1959 to 1960. Added to the Queensland Heritage Register in 1995, it was the first parking station to be constructed by Brisbane City Council and one of the first in the city area.

James Birrell was appointed the Architect in charge of the Brisbane City Council Architectural Department at the age of 27 years and in this capacity oversaw more than 150 projects between 1955 and 1961. The carpark was Birrell’s largest, and one of his last, projects for Brisbane City Council.