What’s On: Old F… Ducks! (Eudaemonia Productions)

Image supplied Old F... Ducks! 13, 20 & 21 May EC Venue, Fortitude Valley Directed, written, and performed by local Brisbane women, Old Fuck Ducks is a fun-filled collection of stories so strange that they must be true. Starring Sandra Harman, Glenda Ashleigh, and Elizabeth Ross, these stories are shared as thoughtful and provocative monologues... Continue Reading →

What’s On: THREE 2.0 (Australasian Dance Collective)

Image supplied by Australasian Dance Collective THREE 2.0 13 -16 July 2022 Brisbane Powerhouse After the cancellation of their QPAC season due to the impacts of flooding, Australasian Dance Collective (ADC) have announced the rescheduling of their mainstage performance season of THREE 2.0 at the Brisbane Powerhouse. THREE is an annual curated collection of commissions,... Continue Reading →

Review: Toy Symphony (Ad Astra)

Gregory J Wilken as Roland Henning in Toy Symphony, photographed by Christopher Sharman Content note: This production contains coarse language, adult themes, and depictions of drug use Ad Astra present Michael Gow’s award-winning play Toy Symphony, directed by Michelle Carey, a two-act drama that dives into memory and contemplates the nature and commodification of creativity.... Continue Reading →

Review: Mozart’s Clarinet (Queensland Symphony Orchestra)

Queensland Symphony Orchestra and Section Principal Clarinet play Mozart's clarinet concerto, conducted by Johannes Fritzsch. Photographed by Sam Muller. Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Mozart’s Clarinet Maestro concert brought together an interesting and varied program including a short work from an Australian composer, the titular clarinet concerto, and Bohuslav Martinů’s rollercoaster of a first symphony. Queensland Symphony... Continue Reading →

Review: Leaves of Glass (The X Collective)

Aidan O’Donnell and Nathan Kennedy as Barry and Steven in Leaves of Glass, photographed by Naz Mulla Content note: This production contains coarse language, depictions of domestic violence, and spoken references to suicide and child abuse. Following postponements earlier in the year due to COVID-19, The X Collective has now opened their riveting production of... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Sparrowland Short Film Festival 2022 (Sparrowland Productions)

Image supplied Sparrowland Short Film Festival 2022 Saturday, 26 March 2022 19 Lotus Street, Woolloongabba Proudly presented by Sparrowland Productions, Sparrowland Short Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing independent films and providing film makers with a platform from which to have their voices heard. The community festival starts from 1pm and will hold various sessions and... Continue Reading →

Review: seven methods of killing kylie jenner (La Boite, Darlinghurst Theatre Company & Green Door Theatre Company)

Moreblessing Maturure and Iolanthe as Cleo and Kara, photographed by Teniola Komolafe La Boite have opened their 2022 season with a raucous, rapid-fire contemporary play that plunges audiences into an online realm of tweets, trolls, and tensions. Written by British playwright Jasmine Lee-Jones, seven methods of killing kylie jenner premiered in London in 2019 and... Continue Reading →

Observatory Theatre’s 2022 Season

Observatory Theatre has launched their 2022 season of larger-than-life stories, promising vibrant productions by casts of diverse backgrounds. This year will also see the launch of a new playwright program, Telescope, with its finished product playing in next year’s season. Observatory Theatre is an independent Australian theatre production house based in Brisbane, creating work with... Continue Reading →

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