BIFF 2021 – It’s Officially Launched!

by Today marks the official launch for the 27th Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF).  BIFF 2021 is a celebration of films for audiences seeking new perspectives and memorable experiences and after a year and a half of minimal cultural and artistic experiences […]

Review Of The Queensland Theatre’s 2022 Season 

by   “Life is better with theatre” was the opening statement from Queensland Theatre’s Artistic Director, Lee Lewis as she launched Queensland Theatre’s 2022 season, promising big stories filled with hope and recovery.  As Lee explained to the COVID safe capacity crowd, […]

Research Reveals Why Pet Owners Keep Their Cats Indoors

by   By Lily van Eeden, Postdoctoral research fellow, Monash University, Emily McLeod, PhD Candidate, Queensland University of Technology, Fern Hames, Director, Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research, Victoria  and Zoe Squires, Policy Officer, Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research Cat owners […]

Shine Gala hosted by James Dean Residential

by James Dean Residential is honoured to be hosting a Gala Fundraising evening in the Bayside area “Shine” ”, to shine the light on domestic violence and raise funds to support awareness and help families and victims of domestic violence, following several […]

We Are Old Women, Hear Us Roar

by   Unaccustomed as I am to performance art, though I did read Heather Rose’s ‘The Museum of Modern Love’ and became fascinated with Marina Abramović, I was actively involved in my dear friend Deborah Eddy’s examination performance for her Doctorate in […]


by Join us us at this year’s Noosa Polo Cup on Sunday October 3 2021 at Noosa Country Polo Club, on the foothills of the Cooroy Mountain.  Noosa Country Polo Club President, Niall Coburn, said “We are proud to be presenting the […]

What’s On – Drink Festivals In Brisbane

by SEPTEMBER 25 – Rosé Revolution 2021 Brisbane’s original rosé festival will return for a sixth year on Saturday, September 25! Rosé Revolution is popping up in Fish Lane’s architecturally acclaimed Town Square and closing down the adjacent laneway, offering over 30 Australian […]

Brisbane Fashion Festival 2021 Day One 

by Under the stars in Brisbane’s King George Square, a fashionable crowd gathered for the Brisbane Fashion Festival. Boasting three days of fashion and fun , the brightly lit City Hall was the stunning backdrop for the stage and catwalk.The audience hushed […]

Strive To Be Kind 2021 Luncheon

by Last Friday was the annual Strive To Be Kind lunch which was held at The Calile Hotel. A huge thank you to all who attended in particular the dignitaries who took time out of their busy schedules and also our supporters […]

#SheReviews West Side Story

by   For a romance writer like me, there is no greater love story than that of Maria and Tony in West Side Story. Originally conceived as an updated version of Romeo and Juliet , this well-loved musical has enchanted audiences the […]

#SheReviews White Pearl 

by   What is beauty? This question is at the heart of Anchuli Felicia King’s modern play White Pearl which is playing at Queensland Theatre. It’s a little gem of a show which will have you laughing whilst cringing and leave you […]

#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 […]


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. […]

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