You’re in for a spectacular dance event. Italy’s celebrated Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company (La Scala) will be performing one of their signature pieces – Rudolf Nureyev’s Don Quixote. Be a part of this event and join the statewide audience on Saturday 10 November.

Ss part of the QPAC International Series, Don Quixote boasts of stunning choreography and exceptional performances from an international cast of La Scala’s principal and guest dancers, accompanied by the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Screened live from the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, feel the energy and enjoy the amazing performances.

Watch this amazing dance performance from the best seats in the house. Catch exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews as well before the performance. Experience the magic of Don Quixote.

Don’t miss QPAC Simulcast – Don Quixote at Empire Theatre on November 10. Our Toowoomba Serviced Apartments are just minutes away from Empire Theatre.

Choose from our selection of apartments. We have two bedroom apartments. Our two bedroom apartments feature a separate powder room, laundry facilities, a fully equipped kitchen, reverse cycle air conditioning, individual Foxtel, a laptop desk, NBN wireless Internet access, your own private balcony, and more.

We also have two bedroom deluxe apartments. Our comfortable two bedroom apartments with separate powder room, individual laundry facilities and a full sized, fully equipped kitchen, individual Foxtel, a laptop desk, and NBN wireless internet access. Prepare warm and delicious meals in the kitchen. Kick back and relax in our comfortable apartments. Use our wireless internet access to help you stay connected.

Our fine guest facilities include wireless internet access, onsite parking, reception hours, coffee shop, secure swipe card access, business services, lift access, and additional beds. Grab a cup of coffee and relax in the coffee shop. Use our wireless internet access to book attractions online. Use our business services for work emergencies.

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