The 2017 Helpmann Awards – Nominations Event

by The annual Helpmann Awards recognise distinguished artistic achievement and excellence in the many disciplines of Australia’s live performance sectors including musical theatre, contemporary music, cabaret, opera, dance and more. It is similar to the Tony Awards in America. The announcement of this […]

Noises Off

by ‘Noises Off’ has been accurately described as one of the funniest plays ever written. It tells the story of a play within a play and has been running constantly around the world since its 1982 debut. Brisbane theatregoers are in for […]

Top 6 London Fashion Trends

by London was just beginning to warm up when I arrived and Londoners were all looking forward to some sunshine. The shops were full of Spring and Summer fashion but on the streets it was still too cold to wear them. So […]

Top 5 Fashion Trends From Paris

by Spring / Summer 2017 Don’t worry I haven’t forgotten all my lovely SheBrisbane readers as I swan around Paris. I’ve been doing exhaustive research (that’s code for shopping) to find the latest trends that we can expect to be hitting our […]

Keep Calm and Carry On – Their Finest

by After watching ‘Their Finest’, a beautiful film set during World War Two, I was reminded of my own grandparents and some of the stories they shared from that time. The fashion brought back memories of the stylish frocks, knits, hats and handbags that […]

The Young At Heart Film Festival

by The Young At Heart Film Festival is the only film festival in the world catering for the over 60’s. It will be returning to Brisbane from 20- 26 April for its twelfth birthday. Nanny Babe -Ruth Greening and I were lucky […]

Fancy Feet For Autumn

by Your feet have been working hard all summer – walking along the beach, bouncing in the waves, dancing whilst peeping prettily out of sparkly sandals and slouching around in thongs. With Autumn having just arrived you may think it’s the perfect […]

EndoMarch High Tea 2017

by I am embarrassed to say that before being invited to the EndoMarch High Tea I didn’t really know a lot about endometriosis. I’ve had friends who over the years have said it was more difficult to fall pregnant or that their […]

The Art Of Slimming

by This Easter, Dr Helena Popovic, encourages us to enjoy chocolate without the guilt. This doesn’t mean free rein to scoff down elegant bunnies, humpty dumptys and crème eggs every minute of the holidays. Dr Helena wants us to buy the very […]

Queen Casey

by Before she was crowned Queen of the Jungle, Casey Donovan was in Brisbane playing the role of Killer Queen. I was lucky enough to interview Casey and here are five things I know. 1. Casey has one of the most melodic […]

The Brisbane French Film Festival

by As most regular readers of my column will know I have always been enamoured of all things French- handbags, cheese, champagne, champagne again and of course, French films. So when Alliance Francaise invited me to a special screening of Rebecca Zlotowski’s […]

Jasper Jones

by I was thrilled to be invited to one of my favourite boutique cinemas, the newly refurbished Blue Room Cinebar in Rosalie, to view the new film -‘Jasper Jones’. The latest book to be adapted for the big screen, ‘Jasper Jones’ has […]

Shrill – The Loud And Proud Lindy West

by Seattle has produced some amazing things- Nirvana, Microsoft, Starbucks, Boeing and the author, journalist and sometimes controversial blogger Lindy West. Lindy has been touring the USA and now Australia discussing her novel, Shrill Notes From A Loud Woman. Her fans include […]

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