#SheReviews ‘A German Life’

by   Yesterday I saw the Australian Tour of A German Life at the Playhouse. Presented by John Frost for The Gordon Frost Organisation and QPAC in Brisbane, the play is based Brunhilde Pomsel’s interviews with a group of Austrian Filmmakers in […]

IXIAH THE LABEL Resort 2022

by   A new brand for me this year was IXIAH the label, a sustainable fashion house which boasts a pretty and feminine aesthetic. Its show titled ‘ Joie De Vivre’ boasted mood boosting styles that transcend art and fashion in new […]

#SheReviews Mozart and Brahms

by   For someone not steeped in the ins and outs of classical music, a visit with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra is nonetheless always a joyous occasion. Regarded by many as being up there with the world’s best, the orchestra always delivers. […]

Greek Revolutionary Women 

by   As part of the annual Paniyiri Festival which will be celebrated this weekend from May 22 -23, SheSociety headed to one of our favourite places in West End, The Greek Club. Here we enjoyed a delightful dinner before listening to […]

#SheReviews Taming Of The Shrew

by   A plane, an Italian silent film set , Shakespeare set in the 1920’s? I was not sure what to expect when invited to Opening Night of Taming Of The Shrew at Queensland Theatre. I love Shakespeare, whether it be in […]

Small Steps 4 Hannah HALT Inaugural Launch

by   For the charity luncheons I attend, the causes are a needless sacrifice of life that should have never occurred in the first place. Innocent souls taken from this world by selfish, controlling perpetrators who systematically deceive and abuse their victims […]

Scenic Rim Eat Local Week 2021

by   Excited guests recently gathered at  Tommerup’s Dairy Farm just outside of Beaudesert to launch the 10th anniversary of the Scenic Rim Eat Local Week. Super chef Richard Ousby served a menu based on the beautiful local produce to be found […]

#SheTravels Redcliffe 

by   Recently we returned to my hometown of Redcliffe for a family wedding. We could have driven back to our home in Brisbane, but as it was a family occasion I decided to stay overnight. There are plenty of accommodation options […]

QSO Live Performances

by   Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s (QSO) most recent maestro arrangement, Enigma was as described, a Musical Tour de Force. Their sensational opening arrangement struck the audience as they showcased a spine-tingling brass and organ production of Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in C […]

Dandelion & Driftwood Returns To Hendra

by It wasn’t so long ago I attended the delightful comeback and opening night of a Queensland institution, Dandelion & Driftwood. A comforting and much-adored fully licenced café that had loyal followers from around the state eagerly waiting on the steps for […]

The Circus of Illusion 

by   When my boys were young they loved magic.They were always after the latest magic kits and trying to master the art of illusion. In London the magic kit from Hamley’s provided them with hours of fun. I remember my eldest […]

Searingly Beautiful …… AVE (Australian Vocal Ensemble) Launches!

by   The 80 minute performance was searingly beautiful, pitch perfect, and paved new musical ways. On Saturday evening Katie Noonan, Fiona Campbell, Andrew Goodwin and Andrew O’Connor made musical history in launching Katie’s AVE – Australian Vocal Ensemble – a national first acapella quartet celebrating old and new Australian […]

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