Cakes For Every Occasion

The perfect ending to any special occasion is a magnificent cake. When I was growing up wedding cakes were always fruitcake and our special birthday cakes were a sponge filled with cream and strawberries or if we were really lucky a Dolly […]

So You Want To Be A Writer…

Since I was a little girl I have always loved writing, but until I joined a writing group I had just been scribbling at home alone for years. I was rudderless and directionless. Joining a writing group gave me connection with like […]

Faure Requiem

Is there anything more beautiful than listening to a choir in full voice? It’s a breathtaking celebration of life and happiness and the power of voices combining. She Society were treated to the uplifting sound of the accomplished Choir-Australian Voices who combined […]

Memories from ‘82

It was the year of Matilda – the giant winking marsupial. It was the year swimmer Tracey Wickham was already a household name and marathon runner Rob de Castella  and weightlifter Dean Lukin soon became the names on everyone’s lips. It was […]

From Page To Stage To Screen

Have you ever wondered what is involved in taking a book and making it into a play or film? Why did some people love both “Gone Girl” in book and movie form, but the reception for the screen adaptation of “The Girl […]

The Brisbane French Film Festival 2018

It hardly seems a year since one of my favourite Brisbane events- The Alliance Francaise French Film Festival was here. Yet, She Society were treated to a lovely launch and advanced screening to mark the advent of this year’s festival. Palace Cinemas, […]

#SheInspires Zoe Byres

Local Cake Boss and Sugar Artist -Zoe Byres will be appearing at The International Cake Show Australia in May.The quirky cake artist with the shock of pink hair is instantly recognisable to her many followers and Zoe’s creations have made her an […]

The Power of the Piano

Sadly I can’t play the piano but it is one of the instruments I have always been fascinated by; from the flamboyance of Liberace and Elton John through to memorable scenes in Pretty Woman and The Fabulous Baker Boys, the piano has […]

Black Is The New White

Last year was a stellar year for the Queensland Theatre and 2018 is off to a cracking start with the opening of the hilarious action rom- com “Black is the New White”. Written by the talented Nakkiah Lui the play, at QPAC […]

The Wisdom In Fairy Tales

Can you feel it? There’s a change in the air. It’s the women of the world rising up and telling their stories, being there for other women and looking out for each other. Traditions lost are surfacing again; traditions of telling stories […]

The Importance Of Friends

I have just returned from my annual holiday to the Sunshine Coast. It was weeks of pure bliss – spending time with my family, sunshine, swimming , long walks on the beach, cocktails at sunset, scrumptious dinners at the local restaurants, yoga […]

Let Them Eat Cake

May is one of my favourite months. It’s my birthday month and it’s also Mother’s Day …. and you know what that means… CAKE! This year in Brisbane we will be spoilt for choice with the world’s best cake artists all headed […]

Great Aussie Reads for Summer

Many of the best books I’ve read this year were written by our home-grown Australian authors. So wherever you’re relaxing this summer, take some time out to enjoy some great Aussie reads. Jane Harper’s ‘The Dry’ was hands down my favourite read […]

The Fox Hotel Launches New Menu

She Brisbane were excited to be invited by the good folks from The Fox Hotel to sample their brand new menu. This eclectic menu is now available for lunch and dinner throughout the venue but its also a great place to while […]

Kerri–Anne Kennerley’s A Bold Life

She Brisbane was lucky enough to spend an evening with Australian icon Kerri–Anne Kennerley. Kerri–Anne was in conversation with Brisbane’s own Frances Whiting at the beautiful Brisbane City Hall, lighting up the room as soon as she walked on stage. Reminiscing on […]

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