#She Reviews Jersey Boys

As a lover of the music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, I was excited to hear that a new production of smash hit musical Jersey Boys was coming to Brisbane. Presented by Prospero Arts and QPAC, this all new reimagined […]

#SheReviews Tom Lake by Ann Patchett

How well do you really know your parents? Undoubtedly they lived a (hopefully) full, exuberant and even perhaps remorselessly audacious life before you were even a thought in their mind. Would you want to know the all-encompassing details and vagaries of the […]

#SheReviews Film: The Color Purple

How do you remake a beloved award – winning book and dramatic film? You set it to music to give it a brand-new look. With Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg working together you know you are in for a sprawling cinematic experience […]

#SheReviews Everyone and Everything By Nadine J. Cohen

Mental health is for some a dangerously slippery slope. Where an avalanche of psychological ‘nasties’ invade one’s life when they are least wanted (‘nasties’ including severe depression, anxiety and panic attacks and general but engulfing sadness). Often the mentally ill have little […]

#SheReviews The Broken Wave By Matthew Ryan Davies

Childhood friendships are overwhelmingly shrouded in innocence and naivety, and so beautifully encapsulate mountains of idealism and a sense of purpose. Heartbreakingly, childhood can also be a time of indisputable tragedy and trauma. When childhood friends share such lethal blows, the murkily […]

Chicago the Musical Dazzles in Brisbane

2024 has begun with plenty of sparkle as beloved musical Chicago high kicks its way into Brisbane. Boasting a stellar cast, songs we know and love and a fabulous modern feel, this is one show you won’t want to miss. Opening Night […]

Put Some Sparkle Into ANY Drink With DrinkMate OmniFizz

In the ever-evolving landscape of beverage innovation, the Drinkmate OmniFizz emerges as a game-changer, promising a delightful twist to your drinking experience. With a commitment to versatility and the creation of effervescent wonders, this carbonation system has garnered attention for its ability […]

A Night At The Movie Premiere Of “One Life”

First and foremost, a heartfelt thank you to Transmission Films for extending the invitation to witness the unveiling of “One Life.” It was truly an honour to be among the first to experience this cinematic masterpiece, which promises to leave an indelible […]

#She Reviews Film: The Old Oak

In 87-year-old Ken Loach’s self-confessed swansong film The Old Oak we find compassion, grittiness and hope. Penned by Paul Laverty, this is a story firmly set in place and time. The year is 2016 in a Northern England town not far from […]

#SheReviews: Darling Girls by Sally Hepworth

There are undoubtedly those people in this world whose life stories vehemently echo in tone a Machiavellian fairytale. That is, their lives are fraught with menacing clouds of abuse, in all it’s abject guises, and hope is a tenuous and seemingly elusive […]

#SheReviews Movie: BRING HIM TO ME

One of the most appealing attractions of the American style action movie Bring Him To Me, its production is local. It was made independently, a labour of love, blood and sweat. Written, directed, produced by Luke Spake and filmed around the City […]

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