Categories: BRISBANE

Review: Anywhere Festival 2016…. And the winners are…..

Pictured: Australian Modern at the Anywhere Festival 2016. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.   18 days, 420 performances, 84%+ sold, 63 locations.  The May 2016 Anywhere Festival transformed Brisbane—opening up many of the more unusual places across the local area, and giving our ‘creatives’ a chance to shine. Audience members had the opportunity to nominate […]

REVIEW – Awful/Big Adventure

Though it needs a little more time to grow up, the Suicide Ensemble’s loudest & proudest work promises an unforgettable experience for the curious explorer.

Review: Gin and Sin Jazz Salon

Pictured (L to R): Miss Laine, Alicia Cush, and Zoe Georgakis-Ray. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.   There are some people who just know how to throw a party. Chris Osborne and Susan Bennett certainly know how to mix the perfect ingredients: take one Australian Modern home, invite some of Brisbane’s most-talented musicians, […]

REVIEW: Home Free

Home Free is the story of Joanna (Bianca Butler Reynolds) and Lawrence (James Elliott), two naive and vulnerable adults nested in the safety of their hide away home. There is something more sinister, however, about the relationship shared between these two sheltered souls. The pair are evidently in love and Joanna is visibly pregnant, but [...]

REVIEW: B-Movies: LIVE presents Frankenstein Meets The Space Monster

For any Brisbanites searching for cult movie magic, Kristian Fletcher’s name is probably quite familiar. From screenings at Boggo Road Goal, to music video parties at New Globe, Kristian Fletcher Presents is at the forefront of the cult and classic movie scene in the River City. Now, as part of Anywhere Festival, Fletcher is launching B-Movies […]

REVIEW: Swipe Right

Swipe Right is a seemingly simple work about four women in their 20s trying to find someone while sharing their mistakes and embarrassments along the way. The stories, and the characters that tell them, are fresh, funny and frustrating in all of the best ways possible. With a med student questioning her career choice, an inexperienced […]