The Eisteddfod

The Eisteddfod is one play not to miss, described as being a wild and fun ride, the play moves between fantasy and a strange reality. Depicting two orphaned siblings, Abalone and Gerture, who have developed agrophobia after their parents death. Cloistered in […]

WOW Festival

The exciting world-renowned WOW (Women of the World) Festival which has already showcased in 23 countries around the world, will be staged in Brisbane in April during the Commonwealth Games. Announcing the full program of the Commonwealth festival on the eve of […]

The Brisbane French Film Festival 2018

It hardly seems a year since one of my favourite Brisbane events- The Alliance Francaise French Film Festival was here. Yet, She Society were treated to a lovely launch and advanced screening to mark the advent of this year’s festival. Palace Cinemas, […]

Black Is The New White

Last year was a stellar year for the Queensland Theatre and 2018 is off to a cracking start with the opening of the hilarious action rom- com “Black is the New White”. Written by the talented Nakkiah Lui the play, at QPAC […]

Supercell Festival For Contemporary Dance Lovers

Regardless of whether you’re a novice dancer or a professional, the Supercell Festival in Brisbane is the perfect way to immerse yourself in everything contemporary dance. Kate Usher, who is one of the creators behind the festival said that, “there’s a variety […]

Meet The Best In Asian Street Food

This week #SheBrisbane had a chance to check out Junk in Coorparoo, nestled under the brand new Dendy Cinemas in Coorparoo Square on Old Cleveland Road. Born in Maroochydoore, Junk now have locations in Toowoomba, Broadbeach and South Bank, making it accessible to […]

The Dead Devils of Cockle Creek

The Absurdity of Human Behaviour Inspires Dark Comedy The Dead Devils of Cockle Creek is set to be a dark comedy exploring our environment and the ways we treat it and its creatures. SheBrisbane had the opportunity to chat to the play’s writer […]

Australia’s First Ever Hologram Tour

Roy Orbison, the American crooner who was famous for his distinctive voice and dark, emotional ballads will be taking the stage this year. No, he unfortunately has not risen from the dead, but technology has done it again and is presenting us […]

Top Water Getaways for Summer

With summer well and truly here, the only way to escape the heat is to find a place to go that surrounds water. We wanted to share TripAdvisor’s top-rated attractions and activities on or near the water so you can choose the […]

Queensland Theatre’s Exciting Line-up for 2018

After a record-breaking year in 2017, Queensland Theatre is showcasing eight extraordinary shows, including four world premieres in 2018. The plays traverse centuries of time, the breadth of our country, the expanse of the globe, and the inner workings of diverse and […]

Women of the World Festival 2018

Brisbane will host the 2018 Women of the World (WOW) Festival during next year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, with 100 local and international speakers on the program. The Festival, from April 6-8 at Brisbane Powerhouse, will celebrate the achievements of women and […]

The Fox Hotel’s Party Like a Fox

The Fox Hotel hosted it’s Party Like a Fox event on November 30th, revealing their new menu. Some of the delicacies that were on offer included mouth-watering burgers and hot dogs along with apple hot pockets with ice cream and doughnut fries. Photos […]

The Fox Hotel Launches New Menu

She Brisbane were excited to be invited by the good folks from The Fox Hotel to sample their brand new menu. This eclectic menu is now available for lunch and dinner throughout the venue but its also a great place to while […]

Resting B*tch Face

Defined as a cheeky, fearless and strong all-female circus production, Resting B*tch Face is sure to resonate with women of every generation. The circus production is set on tackling stereotypes and examining the social expectations that are put upon women every single […]

Opening Night of the Latino Film Festival

Cine Latino, Australia’s largest festival of Latin American cinema had it’s opening night on November 16. In it’s second year, the program of 26 titles represent the best films from Central and South America. Boasting a selection from contemporary to Mexican and […]

La Boite Theatre Launch 2018

Brisbane’s much beloved La Boite Theatre has been representing adventurous and alternative theatre experiences in its hometown for over 90 years so it was with much excitement and anticipation that I attended the La Boite Season Launch for 2018. Next year promises […]

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