The Longest Minute

by The Longest Minute I am a proud Queenslander and while it’s no secret that I love fashion, books and the theatre, you may not know that I am also a massive sports fanatic. I remember the days sitting on the hill […]

Faure Requiem

by Is there anything more beautiful than listening to a choir in full voice? It’s a breathtaking celebration of life and happiness and the power of voices combining. She Society were treated to the uplifting sound of the accomplished Choir-Australian Voices who […]

From Page To Stage To Screen

by Have you ever wondered what is involved in taking a book and making it into a play or film? Why did some people love both “Gone Girl” in book and movie form, but the reception for the screen adaptation of “The […]

Autumn Fashion Trends

by Autumn is upon us and even though it’s still warm in most parts of Australia, the stores are tempting us with new colours, shapes and accessories to welcome the latest season. Autumn has to be one of my favourite seasons as […]

The Brisbane French Film Festival 2018

by 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 […]

#SheInspires Zoe Byres

by Local Cake Boss and Sugar Artist -Zoe Byres will be appearing at The International Cake Show Australia in May.The quirky cake artist with the shock of pink hair is instantly recognisable to her many followers and Zoe’s creations have made her […]

The Power of the Piano

by Sadly I can’t play the piano but it is one of the instruments I have always been fascinated by; from the flamboyance of Liberace and Elton John through to memorable scenes in Pretty Woman and The Fabulous Baker Boys, the piano […]

Kristina’s Magical Realism

by SheSociety spoke to the effervescent Gold Coast mother of two Kristina Evans , about her latest novel- Serah Kohw/ Seer of past souls. It is the first book in her transcendence trilogy where factual adventures, romance and the supernatural come together. […]

Black Is The New White

by 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 […]

Cirque Africa Comes To Brisbane

by I have been missing the excitement and colours of Africa since coming home from my recent trip. So imagine my delight upon receiving my invitation to see Cirque Africa right here in Brisbane. The critically acclaimed Cirque Africa is a jaw […]

The Talk of Newstead

by Following the former Brisbane Lord Mayor Sallyanne Atkinson’s talk, two more of Brisbane’s favourite speakers will be speaking at some iconic Newstead locations in a series of evening talks from November through December. Presented by Aveo Newstead these free talks will […]

Tim Winton Talks

by As testimony to one of Australia’s most celebrated authors, Brisbane readers filled the Ithaca Room at City Hall to meet with Writer in Residence, author Tim Winton. The author of Cloudstreet, Dirt Music and My Island Home, has penned a non-fiction […]

Downward dog anyone?

by When a star All Blacks player—Beauden  Barrett ( number 10)—is crediting yoga for his recent sensational form, you realise it must work some magic. Once thought of as a little alternative and a bit of a soft option in the exercise […]

A girl, a ghost, and the many faces of Hanako

by I was excited to attend the world premiere of Hanako: Desire & other Secret Weapons created by talented Brisbane team, Katherine Lyall-Watson (read our previous interview with Katherine – here) and Caroline Dunphy. It was inspired by Japanese plays, contemporary culture […]

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