What a way to finish my role as a Brisbane Festival Citizen reviewer. Bang! Bang! Rhonda Burchmore’s delicious, high energy show that is made from her wildest fantasies (mostly men showing a lot of skin). The Courier-Mail Spiegeltent is a “tent” where the audience is seated in a circle around the stage and cat walk. […]Read more "Bang! Bang!"
The award winning, Betty Grumble, surreal showgirl, obscene beauty Queen, and Sex Clown, brings to the Brisbane Festival. “Betty Grumble Love and Anger”. Love and Anger the show, is an excessive assault on the senses with Betty stripping all the way back to, the two, most powerful human emotions. Love and Anger. The book, The […]Read more "Betty Grumble : Love and Anger"
Romeo is not the only fruit was staged at the Theatre Republic – The Loft, QUT Creative Industries as part of Brisbane Festival. I was gifted the two tickets as part of my role as Citizen Reviewer. It was not on my wish list, however, I was looking forward to seeing a show that […]Read more "Romeo is not the only fruit."
We arrived early at the Tivoli, picked up our tickets from the box office – general admission standing. The space at the Tivoli has an art deco, old world feel, in the lighting, mirrors and elegantly crafted bar. We secured our place at the front of the intimate flat area in front of the stage […]Read more "Yothu Yindi and The Treaty Project supported by Yirrmal."
When we arrived the Arcadia was overflowing with families, enjoying family day at Brisbane Festival. We however, were on date night. We came into the city early to enjoy the vibe of Brisbane Festival, it took a while but we snagged a high table after stalking the previous occupants and enjoyed a beer, champagne and […]Read more "Symphony for me"
Treasury Brisbane Arcadia was alive with energy and rhythm and we soaked it all up as we enjoyed the wood fired pizza and champagne courtesy of Brisbane Festival vouchers. The free #CelebrateBrisbane River of Light show had hundreds of people in the precinct with their phones out turned towards the Brisbane River. All captivated by […]Read more "Stalin’s Piano"
Rovers is the first show in the seven that I will see for the citizen reviewer role that I have been gifted from Brisbane Festival and Aruga PR. I placed Rovers as one of the top picks on my wish list. As a woman and mother myself, I am fascinated with how our mothers […]Read more "Rovers"
I am not the type of woman that enjoys going places on my own, I would prefer to share an experience with family or friends. However, if I am at a book store, art gallery or museum please don’t come near me or talk to me. Leave me be in my own world, let me […]Read more "VISIBLE"