What’s On: Tyrone and Lesley in a Spot

Tyrone and Lesley in a Spot The Loft, Theatre Republic, Kelvin Grove 17 - 21 September Celebrating 20 years together, Tyrone and Lesley are a songwriting and performance duo who pair the high and low in a wild and binary orbit in the dark and sparkling space around the ukulele. Presented as part of Brisbane... Continue Reading →

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Review: Ruby Moon (Moreton Bay Theatre Company)

Moreton Bay Theatre Company present Ruby Moon, directed by Susan O’Toole-Cridland – a chilling piece of absurdist theatre full of mystery and ambiguity, written by Matt Cameron in 2003 but enduringly resonant in an Australian society growing increasingly paranoid. Six-year-old Ruby Moon has disappeared on her way to visit Grandma at the bottom of the... Continue Reading →

Review: Spencer (Lab Kelpie)

Lab Kelpie brought Katy Warner’s hilarious and heart-warming family drama, directed by Sharon Davis, to the QUT Gardens Theatre on their national tour, introducing Brisbane audiences to the dysfunctional Prior family – footy-mad, fiercely loyal, and laugh-out-loud funny. The Prior kids have all come home – Ben, the enthusiastic Auskick coach with a failed marriage... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Ghosts (The Curators)

Ghosts 19 July - 4 August The Curators Vintage Pop Up Theatre, 28 St Barnabas Place, Red Hill Tickets: $15-$37. Discounts available for pensioners, seniors, students, MEAA, under 30s, groups of 10 or more.  The Curators are enabling contemporary audiences to experience this acclaimed classic by Henrik Ibsen, the first time in 30 years this play... Continue Reading →

Review: The Telefon (Lightning Bolt Creative)

An uncomfortably unfunny and unnecessarily foul endurance exercise for the audience. If you've ever seen the workings of an unsupervised grade eight drama class, you'll have an idea of what happened on The Telefon. It was an ambitious concept - a livestreamed performance experienced by the audience in the comfort of their own home, interacting... Continue Reading →

Review: Skyward (Republic of Song & Vulcana)

Republic of Song's shimmering, soaring fusion of circus and song will give you goosebumps. Supported by Vulcana, Skyward combined several art forms - song, circus, and photo/videography - into a meditation on mindfulness that is quite cathartic in its beauty. Time lapse photography by Michael Owen was interspersed with song and aerial circus choreography to... Continue Reading →

Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble Season 2019

Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble performed Half Hour Hamlet as part of their Season 2019 launch. Photographed by Silvana Macarone. Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble have launched their 2019 Season, with Artistic Director Rob Pensalfini announcing a full production of Henry IV, Part I directed by QSE veteran Rebecca Murphy. 2019 will see a new crop of Apprentices join... Continue Reading →

Winner announced: Queensland Premier’s Drama Award 2018-19

Winner of the Queensland Premier's Drama Award 2018-19 David Megarrity (centre) with Queensland Theatre's Artistic Director Sam Strong and Minister for the Arts Hon Leanne EnochFollowing the opening night of Queensland Theatre’s current production, Good Muslim Boy, Brisbane writer David Megarrity was announced as the winner of the Queensland Premier’s Drama Award (QPDA) 2018-19 for... Continue Reading →

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