‘bauhaus Now’ at Museum of Brisbane

by   After a year of not being able to leave the country and relish visiting galleries of renown, it was great to view the ‘bauhaus Now’ exhibition, ‘a legacy of migration and modernism in Brisbane.’ As the title suggests Professor Andrew […]

Our Beach-Bag Must Haves For Summer

by After a long year of being practically locked inside, it’s safe to say that most Australians are looking forward to doing what they do best – spending summer at the beach.  And whilst this year has been far from normal, some things […]

2020 Season Finale – BEETHOVEN’S EMPEROR

by   With our music appetite sustained mainly through radio (especially during the COVID blackout), we ventured, as virtual raw recruits, to a rare (these days) live performance by the Queensland Symphony Orchestra at Brisbane’s Concert Hall. We weren’t regulars, as shown […]

Out & About At The Garden Kitchen & Bar

by   It was our first visit to the Gold Coast casino in years and within minutes of our arrival we were taking the advice of an expert.  Known to us simply as Michael from Florida, he explained how to invest our […]

Mouthpiece Packs A Punch

by   In February my son and I headed off to QPAC for the first play of the Queensland Theatre Season 2020. It was David Williamson’s Emerald City. At the time we did not know it would be over eight months until […]

Queensland Theatre Launch 2021 Season

by   This weekend Artistic Director, Lee Lewis, and her faithful team at Queensland Theatre unveiled a new line up of stellar plays for the 2021 season. Lee has navigated the stormy waters of 2020 with vision and optimism. The theatre quickly […]

Meet Jaimee Pickles, The Woman Behind NAGA

by   SheSociety had the opportunity to ask Jaimee Pickles a few questions about her lastest project with her husband Andrew, NAGA Thai.  Tell us about you and your background? I started in the hospitality industry at 17. My first job was […]

To Market, To Market!

by   When you walk into a fruit shop you are greeted by a riot of colours and flavours from tart oranges, to juicy red tomatoes, crisp cos lettuce, earthy brown mushrooms, knobbly ginger and sweet purple grapes.The possibilities to create a […]

Queensland Theatre Returns

by   One of the industries hardest hit this year has been the Arts, but in news that will bring joy to the hearts of so many, Queensland Theatre will reopen the Bille Brown Theatre in November. Audiences will be treated to […]

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