Review: I Often Find That I Am Naked (Rouge Theatre Company)

Dry humour and dry martinis are served up in Rouge Theatre Company's highly polished first production, directed by Sarah Drew, exploring the dark side of casual dating and the media myth of the modern woman who "has it all". Written by Brisbane artist Fiona Sprott in 1998, I Often Find That I Am Naked is... Continue Reading →

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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 →

Osbourne Hotel launches Autumn Menu

The Osbourne Hotel (corner of Ann & Constance Streets, Fortitude Valley) celebrates a new Head Chef and a flavourful new menu for autumn.Reopening its doors last October, the heritage-listed and recently refurbished Osbourne has become a popular Valley local and hosted a number of very successful events over the past six months, including last December’s... Continue Reading →

Holey Moley!

  Where? 25 Warner Street, Fortitude Valley   Holey Moley Brisbane has some new tee-rrific new holes to swing at! They like big putts, and they cannot lie. Opening 12 months ago in the heart of Fortitude Valley, Holey Moley transformed a beautiful old church (previously dance club The Mansion) into a hybrid "leisure-tainment" centre, featuring... Continue Reading →

Osbourne Again!

The historic Osbourne Hotel (Cnr Ann & Constance Streets) is 153 years young as it reopens its doors in Fortitude Valley. Former names including The Dead Rat, the Rat and Parrot, and Fringe Bar, the venue has returned to its original name by the Fitzgibbons family, who have owned the popular venue for almost four... Continue Reading →

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