Categories: REVIEWS

Pictured (L to R): Miss Laine,  Alicia Cush, and Zoe Georgakis-Ray. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.

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 […]

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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.

Pictured (L to R): Miss Laine,  Alicia Cush, and Zoe Georgakis-Ray. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.

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, […]

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Review: The Tempest

Running both as part of Anywhere Festival and Newfarm Nash Theatre’s own season, The Tempest took place in one of the rooms that is part of the Merthyr Road Uniting Church. There is a small canteen that serves drinks, but be warned you cannot bring an unfinished drink into the performance space. With other Anywhere […]

Pictured: Mark Salvestro, with the portrait of great-great uncle George Bradford  (in Buried at Sea). Photo credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.

Review: Private Moments

Another Double Bill to finish my Anywhere Festival experience for 2016.  The performances were a one woman and one man show respectively Heading over to the Southside tea room at Morningside became a small space with a few seats with in aisle in between, we were permitted to bring drinks in from the bar next […]

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Review: Purgatorio

Presented by Attic Erratic and 5Pound theatre this production was not a première production like most of the other shows I had seen. Staring Jason Cavanagh (also co founder of 5pound theatre) and Freya Pragt this piece was the most mainstream of all the performances but of course it was not held in a traditional […]