Romeo & Juliet

Queensland Ballet performed a dramatic love story, Romeo & Juliet. Originally commissioned by the Royal Ballet, Mac Millan’s groundbreaking choreography of Shakespears Romeo and Juliet first dazed audiences in 1965 when Margot Fonteyn and Rodolf Nureyev took 43 curtain calls on opening night. Artistic director Li Cunxin brought this production to life in 2014 and…

Get ready for picnic weather – our top 5 spots

It’s picnic weather Brisbane! We adore the moment when the weather turns from hot and sticky to slightly overcast and a little rain comes through to cool everything down and the gardens become alive again – hello lush green grass and sweet smelling roses. But where to from here? We’ve listed a few of our…

Hotel Mumbai

Based on a true story about the 2008 the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai, Hotel Mumbai will have you gripping the edge of your set the entire movie. Set in a luxury hotel in Mumbai, a group of young terrorists make their way around the local and tourist spots to attack everyone on sight.…

Patricia Piccinini’s Curious Affection at GOMA

Patricia Piccinini: Curious Affection is GOMAs largest exhibition to be dedicated to an Australian artist.Currently taking up the entire ground floor, the exhibition includes Piccinini’s incredible, startling sculptures alongside photography, video and installation. A highlight of the show is a complete built environment and a giant inflatable commissioned specifically for the exhibition. Piccinini gained international…

Gauguin – Voyage de Tahiti

Directed by Edourd Deluc, Gauguin is a biopic dramatisation of the life of one of the world’s most influential post-impressionist painters, Paul Gauguin. Filmed on location and intense with colour, the film explores the painter’s tumultuous life during his first trip to French Polynesia and the conditions when some of his early works were created.…

Back to Burgundy – Ce qui nous lie

Directed by Cedric Klapisch, Back to Burgundy is a drama set in the rolling hills of one of the most celebrated wine making districts in France. In an evocative, slow transitioning of the seasons the film explores the lives of siblings Jean (Pio Marmai), Juliette (Ana Girardot) and Jeremie (Francois Civil) over one year. The…

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

As someone who watched the original Jumanji (1995) on repeat as a kid, I was super pumped to see the new release Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. The film continues the board game, this time as a retro video game, with a group of teens and a bunch of hilarious lines, all set in the…

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See ya at Paul Kelly tomorrow night!

We’re stoked to watch Paul Kelly get out the electric guitar and wow Brisbanites with Life is Fine. As one of the greatest story tellers of our time, Paul Kelly is set to sing Rock Out On The Sea, Firewood and Candles and Rising Moon among others. Another all time favourite we can’t wait for…

Queensland Ballet in 2018

Following their annual The Nutcracker performance, Queensland’s much loved ballet group will return in 2018 with a fabulous new program. Queensland Ballet will open in March with La Bayadere, the temple dancer. The exotic love story will take Brisbane back to the enchanting 19th century where dreams are made of glittering balls, opulent gowns and…

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Bars we’ll be at this November

We are set to escape the heat (or the rain!) in some trendy hangouts around Brisbane this November. The top 3 recommended bars in Brisbane that you can find our crew hiding in are: 1. Maker Bar, Fish lane Down little fish lane located in South Bank, Brisbane, you will come to a minimal, hole…

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We’re chilling at Regatta this Melbourne Cup

It’s that time of year again! Pick those lucky horses (or the cutest jockey outfit!) and line up the best place to sip Moet and Pimm’s for Melbourne Cup. This year we’re celebrating every horse sporting pink at The Regatta Hotel. Despite our eyes bulging when we heard about the flowing Moet, it’s the outdoor…

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Peter Pan by Queensland Ballet

The audience oohed and ahhed as petite fairies and a glorious Tinkerbell fluttered across the stage at QPAC’s Playhouse Theatre. Choreographed by Trey McIntyre, this reinterpretation of Peter Pan appeared to take inspiration from surrealist art and his own childhood as he lives his life through the eyes of Peter Pan with magic, adventure and…

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5 random facts about gin

Did you know gin can be a detox for the body? Check out some random things we found about gin! 1. Like Switzerland…as neutral as can be For those of you like me, who didn’t know, gin can be made from any spirit alcohol as long as it meets the spirit drink regulations as a…

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Party with Valley Fiesta at their epic 21st!

Valley Fiesta is set to be huge this year as we celebrate 21 years of free live, local and international music for Brisbane. The festival is celebrating an epic line up including rock n’ roll inspired by The Rolling Stones and loud punk pop, plus free entry for locals and visitors. Valley Fiesta is bringing…

Cirque du Soleil TORUK

Cirque du Soleil Toruk brings Avatar to life

Cirque du Soleil returns to Brisbane with a stunning new show Toruk: The First Flight. Cirque du Soleil applies its signature style to James Cameron’s dream, merging two kinds of artistic visions to create a supernatural and mysterious new world that captures the audience’s imagination. Toruk is set thousands of years before the events in…