What’s On: Sex, Lies & Betrayal – Memoirs of a Hollywood Star (JTM Productions)

Image supplied by JTM Productions Sex, Lies & Betrayal - Memoirs of a Hollywood Star Thursday 6th May 7.30pm & Sunday 9th May 7.30pm | The Old Museum, Bowen Hills Friday 7th May 8.30pm & Saturday 8th May 9.30pm | Elements Collective, Fortitude Valley Saturday 8th May 7.00pm | Method Art Collective, Brendale Please note that this production is for patrons... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Director’s Choice exhibition (Mitchell Fine Art)

‘Director’s Choice’ Exhibition 28 January – 21 March Mitchell Fine Art, 86 Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley Mitchell Fine Art in Fortitude Valley begins its 2020 gallery exhibition calendar year with the personally curated exhibition ‘Director's Choice’. Gallery Director Mike Mitchell has selected artworks from the galleries collection featuring a mix of Australian contemporary and Aboriginal... Continue Reading →

Review: Hold My Beer (Half Hitch)

Three circus artists and two musicians walk into a bar…and they put on a great show! Exploring the ups and downs of a memorable (or not, depending on how much you drank) night of drinking and debauchery, Hold My Beer was part circus show, part musical comedy, and entirely entertaining. The performance featured a medley... Continue Reading →

Review: Mettle, Moxie & Melody (Etch Events)

Mettle, Moxie & Melody is a brilliant original musical that follows three fierce leading ladies as they confront and conquer the metaphorical dragons in their modern-day fairy tales and seize control of their own destinies. Evie is moving to the big city to find herself and explore her sexuality away from her conservative mother. Stella... Continue Reading →

Out of the Bottle – wine tasting reimagined

    Where? Baedeker Wine Bar, 111 Constance Street, Fortitude Valley When? 7.30pm July 14, August 11, September 8, October 13m November 10 How much? $85 per person Do you fancy yourself a wine snob? Got a competitive streak? Maybe you just like a nice glass of wine or six? Interactive entertainment and education company... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Much Ado (Shakespeare Plugged In)

  Image credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography. Shakespeare Plugged In transform the world’s first romantic comedy into a musical tour de force at Brisbane’s legendary live music venue, The Zoo. Shakespeare’s lyrical prose lends itself to musical interpretation, and Shakespeare Plugged In have taken it a step further, turning the world’s first romantic comedy into... Continue Reading →

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