Tags: comedy

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 […]

Review: Private Moments – A Double Bill (‘Semi Charmed’ and ‘Buried At Sea’)

Pictured: Sarah Clarke (in Semi Charmed). Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography. One of the many great things about the Brisbane Anywhere Festival is it attracts talented and enthusiastic performers from interstate. Private Moments: A Double Bill  brings two 50-minute solo shows (written and performed by Melbourne residents) to the quirky Southside Tea Rooms. Pop […]

REVIEW: The Foxy Morons Present: I Love A Sunburnt C*ntry

Riding high from their award winning 2015 Short and Sweet Cabaret show, The Foxy Morons are back with a fully fledged hour long edition of I Love A Sunburnt C*ntry. Jamiee-Lee (Xanthe Jones) and Shazza (Phoebe Ballard) are two fierce and foxy babes who aren’t to be messed with, especially when they’re pretty endearingly messy themselves. The two true […]

Retail Therapy Review by Jacqx

Using the words of CeCe Shabam, retail therapist extraordinaire, “Retail: a rewarding career with a satisfying salary package and lots of prospects for the future… Said no one ever!” Who would have thought there was an art form to selling clothes? CeCe Shabam reveals the secrets of retail therapy and how to be a game […]

The Train Tea Society

Pictured (L to R): Samantha Bull, Aimee Duroux, Julia Johnson, Wendy Spencer, Olivia Hall-Smith, Casey McCollow, and Madison Kennedy Tucker. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography. Arriving at the picture-perfect Swanbank Rail Station—complete with cream wooden-slat walls, green window-frames hooded in matching tin, and a red tin roof—we knew we were in for a […]

One Was Nude and One Wore Tails

Pictured (L to R) : Colin Smith, Matthew Filkins, Jack Henry, Elise Grieg, and Ben Warren. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography.   The Anywhere Festival not only opens up many of the more unusual places across Brisbane, but is also an opportunity for our ‘creatives’ to shine. Room to Play‘s production of One Was Nude and One […]