Jo Sandhu #SheInspires

Jo Sandhu is the author of the children’s book ‘Tarin of the Mammoths’. This is the first story in a series published by Penguin Random House. Jo was so inspiring when she told the honest story of her writing journey at this year’s Children […]

Alison Moyet in Brisbane

Brisbane concert goers were treated to two of the best female voices around when a large crowd gathered at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on October 10. In the unfamiliar position as supporting act was Brisbane’s own Katie Noonan, who had earlier […]

What To Wear On Safari

As I write this I’m gazing out of my window onto the African savannah, cheeky monkeys are playfully swinging in the trees and hoping I’ll leave the door open so they can come and steal some treats. I am feeling very lucky. […]

An Octoroon- Queensland Theatre

The play ‘An Octoroon’ has been described by Ben Brantley of the New York Times as “this decade’s most eloquent theatrical statement on race in America today. “Award -winning playwright Branden  Jacob – Jenkins has updated the play which was originally performed […]

Spruce Up Your Spring Wardrobe

Spring has well and truly arrived with floral and floaty dresses making a welcome appearance on the streets of Brisbane. I’ve been out and about checking out street style, shopping Spring trends and attending the Spring Fashion Parade at L’adore & co. These are […]

A Spring In Your Step

Winter was the perfect time to give my feet some loving care and now that Spring is upon us I’m so glad I did. We all tend to wear more closed in boots and shoes in winter and with the drier weather […]

Brisbane Tales From The Grave

Do you ever wonder about the people who are buried in your local cemetery? I know I do. I wonder who the large mausoleums in Toowong Cemetery belong to and about the humble stories of people buried in the little country cemeteries. […]

UPLIT- The Brisbane Writers Festival

Readers and writers of Brisbane rejoice as it is soon one of our favourite times of year. This September 6-10 sees over 100 writers converging on Brisbane for the annual Brisbane Writers Festival. UPLIT- The Brisbane Writers Festival is celebrating 55 years (even older […]

My Name Is Jimi

My Name Is Jimi When invited to see Queensland Theatre’s latest play ‘My Name Is Jimi’ I didn’t know what to expect. Was it a night of storytelling, dancing, comedy, music or culture? Ultimately it was a night of all of these and much […]

The Trip To Spain

Sunshine, sangria, siestas, señoritas and sardines – all of this and more are to be found in the latest Michael Winterbottom directed film- ‘A Trip to Spain’. Following on from ‘The Trip’ and ‘The Trip to Italy’ this latest hilarious instalment sees the two […]

Paris Can Wait

France seems to be calling me back. This time it is the South of France trying to rekindle our love affair in the beautiful road trip film ‘Paris Can Wait’. This lovely film stars the ageless Diane Lane, handsome Alec Baldwin and […]

Paulini – Hits the High Notes in THE BODYGUARD

Paulini Curuenavuli wowed us on Australian Idol with her impressive five – octave range, stunning looks and engaging personality. She is one of Australia’s most uniquely talented performers and has gone from strength to strength since her Idol days. This double platinum award winning […]

RICE- Opening Night

RICE is the latest play by Queensland Theatre, a co-production with Griffin Theatre Company in Sydney. It is a drama written by the talented Michele Lee, who won the Queensland Premier’s Drama Award (QPDA) for this work. In RICE we see race, gender and […]

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