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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | January 23, 2022

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AboutCaroline Wild, Author at The Creative Issue

Caroline Wild

Caroline Wild

If living in Brisbane has taught me one thing it’s that this city is anything but dull! That statement is no more evident than in the performing arts and art culture that is speckled around this river city. A degree in journalism and art history has given me a passion for writing about the shows, exhibitions and creative minds that make Brisbane that little bit more vibrant and effervescent everyday. Art, dance, theatre, opera, circus acts, if it’s new and in Brisbane I will give you the low down. I love attending openings and discovering new and upcoming artists, because everyone has a story to tell, and I’m here at Creative Drinks to help share them with you.

Posts By Caroline Wild

The Funky Monkey Cafe, Paddington

January 16, 2015 |

If you are like me and suffer from dietary requirements you know the challenge of finding somewhere to eat that will cater for you (the lactose intolerant), your ‘I can eat anything friend’, the vegetarian, and the health nut. The Funky Monkey Café in Paddington feels your pain, and has developed a breakfast, lunch and catering menu to keep everyone smiling. Read More

Yard Bird Ale House, Paddington

January 7, 2015 |

I was so excited to hear Yard Bird Ale House was opening in Brisbane’s Paddington. Burgers, pizza, wings and beer, what’s not to like? Unfortunately, after two visits to the new Paddington location myself, and my friends, were left feeling far less than impressed. Read More

Communal Opens In Brisbane’s CBD

December 20, 2014 |

Brisbane Square, the new eating precinct that sits between George St and North Quay, has unveiled another foodie paradise, Communal Bar and Eat House. Read More

Paul Giggle’s ITALIA Exhibition

December 12, 2014 |

International director and photographer, Paul Giggle, has unveiled his latest 12 Natural Wonders series of photographs entitled ITALIA, for 2015. Read More

Bar Pacino Opens On Eagle Street

December 8, 2014 |

With riverside views, and a cocktail list to die for, Bar Pacino is the latest must-visit bar in Brisbane. Read More

Paddington Deli & Epicerie

November 26, 2014 |

Among the old brick covered, character filled end of Latrobe Terrace sits Paddington Deli and Epicerie, a deli and café that offers amazing breakfast, lunch and take home products that merges European flavour with a Lebanese twist. Read More

Gasp! Open At QPAC

November 23, 2014 |

A world of business tycoons, powerful marketing and subsequent consumerism has come to the stage in Ben Elton’s Brisbane premiere of Gasp! for the Queensland Theatre Company. Read More

Eat Street Market’s First Birthday

November 21, 2014 |

With tasty vendors, new domed seating area, new opening hours and a birthday celebration, Eat Street Markets are a must visit destination for newbies and old regulars. Read More

Paddington Café, Shouk’s New Menu

November 20, 2014 |

The Israeli inspired café is a favourite amongst locals and travellers to Paddington, and now has a new menu raising it even higher on our ‘must try’ list. Read More

TOTEM From Cirque du Soleil Extends Brisbane Season

November 13, 2014 |

Following the Sydney premiere of TOTEM from Cirque du Soleil, which received outstanding reviews, Brisbane has been lucky enough to have its performances extended for three weeks, with new show tickets on sale now. Read More

Scout Café On Petrie Terrace

November 13, 2014 |

Perched on the corner of Petrie Terrace and Princess St is one of our new faves Scout, with good food, friendly staff and a great atmosphere Scout has it all. Read More

Brisbane Bandits New Season Baseball

November 11, 2014 |

The Brisbane Bandits kicked off the new baseball season last week with four games versing Adelaide Bite. With new uniforms, new coach, domestic and international players it looks like this will be our team’s best season yet. Read More

Good Food And Great Prices At La Rotisserie

November 8, 2014 |

If you are a lover of rotisserie and pulled chicken and meat, but don’t like the bland, gravy drowned versions from your local carvery or rotisserie, we have found the answer for you.

La Rotisserie, located at Gasworks in Newstead and Sherwood Rd in Toowong, has great chicken, good service, and a good price. Read More

Review: Sol Natural Foods

November 1, 2014 |

For the lovers of Sol Breads Cafes in West End and Toowong, and their baked bread and goodies from markets sold all over town, get excited for the new Sol Natural Foods restaurant and pizzeria in Fortitude Valley. Read More