Violets Are Blue 

by Roses are red, Violets are blue, the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers is coming , with some collectable jewellery, too.  Did you know the official flower for the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers is a Violet? Neither did I! I have an affinity […]

50 Years Of Queensland Theatre

by In 2020, Queensland will celebrate 50 years of having a dedicated theatre company, a company that has grown and thrived. At the launch of the 2020 season, Queensland Theatre promised audiences 50 Seasons of Stories plus an array of special events […]

#SheReviews L’Appartement

by As many readers know I’ve been a regular visitor to Paris since I was 21 and have stayed in many cool and quirky apartments. There was the crazy shower apartment; where the shower could only be turned on by my clever […]

Dine Like An Upper East Sider  

by It’s been eight years since the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite all came to a dramatic end, but no need to worry because a new reboot is gracing our screens and one thing is for certain; the ladies of Manhattan’s Upper […]

#SheReviews Storm Boy

by Do you remember reading Storm Boy at school? I do. It was one of the first Australian novels I’d ever read and it was a revelation for this bookish little Redcliffe girl who’d also grown up barefoot and beach-combing by the […]

Discover Brisbane Born “Pub Choir”

by Meet “Pub Choir” – the brainchild of Astrid Jorgensen and Meg Bartholomew which has taken off Australia wide, and now the world, selling out shows and breaking down stigmas around “choir”. Anyone who’s attended one of the shows knows it is […]

Deborah Eddy’s – Domestica

by Last night my husband Geoff and I attended the opening of my friend Deborah Eddy’s exhibition at the POP Gallery, 381 Brunswick Street in Fortitude Valley entitled Domestica.  In Deborah’s words her works depict ‘Meaningful Mischief’ by ‘humorous craftivisms which comment on […]

CITY OF GOLD By Meyne Wyatt

by You only a few more days to book your seat at Billie Brown Theatre to see a challenging new play CITY OF GOLD, written by and starring Meyne Wyatt. I say challenging as it a true and real depiction of actor […]

Cabaret de Paris

by Brisbanites could be forgiven for thinking they were in Paris as all things French came to town. The Brisbane Eye was resplendent in red, white and blue, Le Cordon Bleu – Le Festival was in full swing serving pastries, croissants, crepes […]

1 2 3 11