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The idea of “solo dates” is not a new one. To me, asking for a table for one is less lonely and more introspective. Going to see a movie or a gig by yourself allows for a greater immersion in the art.
It seems so much more intimidating, however, to get dressed up and go to see the Queensland Symphony Orchestra by yourself.
On Saturday, March 3rd, we had the pleasure of attending Lil Uzi Vert‘s show at Eatons Hill Hotel. Uzi has been making waves in the industry over the past few years. His viral track XOTourLif3 was clocked in at #74 on Triple J’s Hottest 100 earlier this year.
“A show for the warriors of love, the ragtag-hearted heroes, the beautiful, the brave, the healed and the crushed,” Emma Dean smiled at the audience spread before her in an array of beanbags. Most comfortable show ever? I’ll vouch for that.
This past weekend, we were lucky enough to attend Marroochy Music and Visual Arts Festival to take in one of Queensland’s best music festivals.
Straight from NYC, alt-cabaret chums Murray Hill and Bridget Everett get up close and personal with the Queensland Cabaret Festival audience in a show no one’s forgetting in a hurry.
Julieta marks AlmodÃ³varâ€™s return to drama since the release of his movie Volver in 2006. Julieta is based on three short stories from Alice Munroâ€™s 2004 collection titled Runaways. The stories â€œChanceâ€, â€œSoonâ€ and â€œSilenceâ€ all encapsulate the mother-daughter dynamic and the pain of lost love. AlmodÃ³var has compressed these themes in this brilliant new drama.
French ballet company Ballet Preljocaj’s much-celebrated take on Snow White opened in Brisbane on Friday night, but did it pack as much bite as promised?
In the lead up to the proposed national plebiscite on marriage equality, certain religious organisations are becoming increasingly vocal opponents of the move. However, Metro Artsâ€™ staging of â€˜Next Fallâ€™ is a bold, timely reminder that whatever your faith, whatever you believe in, love is love is love.
Brisbaneâ€™s Scandinavian Film Festival started in full force this week with a stroke of humour on opening night with Norwegian release, Welcome To Norway. However it was the long awaited sequel to the critically acclaimed and internationally beloved film, As It Is In Heaven that screened the following night to the delight of Brisbane fans.