Review: Vincent River (The Curators Theatre)

Patrick Shearer as Davey. Photographed by Naz Mulla. Content and trigger warning: Please note that this production contains, and therefore this review may refer to: domestic, sexual, and homophobic violence, mature themes, spoken references to sex, and coarse language. The Curators Theatre have christened Brisbane’s newest indie performance venue with a passionate production of Vincent... Continue Reading →

Top 5: Love Your Bookshop!

It's Love Your Bookshop Day, so here's a list of my top five indie bookstores (in alphabetical order, because I love them all equally). Avid Reader & Where the Wild Things Are 191 & 193 Boundary Street, West End One of the first Brisbane businesses I fell in love with, Avid Reader is a Brisbane... Continue Reading →

What’s On: ‘The Turquoise Elephant’ Play Club (Queensland Theatre)

Play Club: The Turquoise Elephant by Stephen Carleton Tuesday 23 June, 7.30pm Via Zoom webinar Tickets: Free, bookings required Queensland Theatre’s Play Club continues with the live reading of The Turquoise Elephant by Stephen Carleton (Bastard Territory) over Zoom webinar, a “shockingly black, black, black political farce" that is "urgent, contemporary and perilously close to being... Continue Reading →

Review: Begotten: The Radio Play (Minola Theatre)

Begotten: The Radio Play Listen online at the Minola Theatre website Content and trigger warning: Please note that this production contains, and therefore this review may refer to, domestic violence and homicide, mature themes, and coarse language. Adapted from a one-woman play into a radio drama during the COVID-19 lockdown, Minola Theatre is now streaming... Continue Reading →

What’s On: An Aria a Day (Opera Queensland)

An Aria a Day Opera Queensland's YouTube channel & Facebook page From May 8 Opera Queensland has consulted some of Australia’s most revered music specialists to prescribe an uplifting and invigorating course of free online performances in An Aria a Day. Theatres and concert halls may be closed, but opera continues to ring through the homes... Continue Reading →

Defying Convention (Mitchell Fine Art)

Defying Convention Exhibition of work by Janelle Stockman Napaltjarri 29 April - 6 June 2020 Mitchell Fine Art Gallery, 86 Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley Blurring any preconceived notions of Aboriginal Art, Central Australian artist Janelle Stockman Napaltjarri was known for her innovative and experimental approach to painting. The works in this exhibition are from the... Continue Reading →

Free Virtual Birthday Parties with Funlab

The whole world’s a little bit upside down at the moment, and isolation has put a halt to plenty of plans and parties. Strike, Sky Zone and Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq are here to help with a “virtual” solution for a party when you have to be a-party. offering online, hosted parties, for free. “Sadly,... Continue Reading →

Shop Local: Scenic Rim Farm Box

A group of local producers, supported by the Scenic Rim Regional Council, have launched Scenic Rim Farm Box, a new ‘farm to you’ home delivery business which will deliver the region’s best produce, products, wine and beer to your front door – making it easy to eat local every week. The first boxes are expected... Continue Reading →

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