Opera Queensland announces their 2024 Season

As Brisbane prepares for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, Opera Queensland announces a 2024 Season that throws down the gauntlet for ambitious programming and fresh approaches to what opera can be. Their three major productions in Brisbane show the breadth of vision […]

#SheReviews: Small Mercies by Dennis Lehane

America, in it’s best version of itself, is enshrined with noble and forward-thinking tenets and ideologies. ‘The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave’ is often a hopeful and hope-filled country where anything is possible (in theory at least), […]

#SheReviews: The Cost Movie

The Cost is an intense, provoking Australian movie that pricks your conscience as two vigilante men plan the ultimate revenge for their wife/sister’s gruesome death. The perpetrator had been released from prison living a diffident life, believing he had served his time. […]

#SheReviews: Saw X Movie

The only horror film I’ve ever seen is Friday the 13th . It was so frightening that I have never watched a scary movie again. When I was asked to review Saw X I knew who to call. My youngest son and […]

#SheReviews: Retribution Movie

My family are all huge Liam Neeson fans and it’s always exciting when he has a new film out. We have watched the Taken franchise many, many times and never grow tired of them. So, I was very excited when I was […]

The Story Of Old And New: BOOK VS E-BOOK

On a beautiful golden beach on an Australian summer day there lay a group of friends who shared a deep passion for literature. Among the five women each had their own  preference to indulge in written word. Some cherished the tactile experience […]

#She Reviews My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3

My feeds have been littered with photos of my friends holidaying in France, Croatia, Italy and Greece. If you can’t get away these holidays, you can escape for just a while by watching My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3. Filmed in Greece, […]

Tina Arena – Love Saves On Tour!

Tina Arena, I have loved her ever since my Aunty Suzie blasted CHAINS out of her yellow banana car on cassette as she drove me to school in the early nineties! There is something special about Tina Arena that makes you feel […]

#SheReviews Film: Past Lives

A modern  American romantic drama,  Past Lives is a lovely tender and heartwarming story as two childhood friends reunite.  Past Lives is also about lost opportunities to the point I was silently saying……just say what you feel. Yet driven by culture and […]

#SheReviews Film: Godland

Godland the movie is a stunning historical drama that is insightful, mystifying, depressing yet enlightening with its humourous moments. It was merciless and real given the story, timeline and remote location. A lonely place, the people suspicious and wary of this not-so-friendly […]

#SheReviews Film: Asteroid City

What is reality? What is real and what is fake? Wes Anderson blurs the lines in his new film Asteroid City. Set in the fictional desert meteorite town of Asteroid City this comedy-drama tells the story of the play Asteroid City, within […]

#SheReviews: The Miracle Club

There was quite a bit of reminiscing as my friend and I watched the advanced screening of The Miracle Club this week.  Set in 1967 and filmed around picturesque Ireland, we would have been in our late teens back then. We had […]

#SheReviews Film: Joy Ride

Producers of Bad Neighbours and the co-screenwriter of Crazy Rich Asians have brought another hilarious and unapologetically explicit story of identity and self-discovery to the screen, with Joy Ride. Also known for their work in The Boys TV series, Joy Ride could […]

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