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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | September 20, 2021

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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

Vocal Group ‘More Than Words’ Delivers and Delights

August 28, 2014 |

The recent Brisbane Sings show choir performance at QPAC was filled with amazing local singing talent, however one group truly captured our attention, commercial Queensland Show Choir group More Than Words. Read More

The Removalists Hits Brisbane With A Bang

August 22, 2014 |

Some true-blue 70’s Aussie lingo, objectifying of women, trivialisation of criminal acts and dark comedy all come together harmoniously in the revived theatre production of David Williamson’s The Removalists. Read More

Patyegarang By Bangarra; Breathtaking As Always

August 19, 2014 |

Colonial settlement, first contact, and the exchange of culture knowledge are all retold in the new dance theatre production Patyegarang by Bangarra.
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Acai Takes Over Brisbane

August 15, 2014 |

Forget kale, celery and dragonfruit, acai berries and their superfood powers have hit Brisbane, and the locals are loving it.

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Yakitori Skewers Make It Big In Brisbane

August 15, 2014 |

Yakitori lovers come forth. Bird’s Nest restaurant in West End has some of the best Japanese cuisine in Brisbane. Read More

Ghostly Voices Take The Symphony Stage

August 14, 2014 |

Tradition crossed with new age on Saturday night at the world premiere of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s new performance, Ghosts in the Orchestra.

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Save Those Pennies With Free Powerhouse Entertainment

August 10, 2014 |

The Brisbane Powerhouse is synonymous with Brisbane culture, but this little piece of history has so much more to offer than comedy, music and performing arts shows. Even better: most of it is free!

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Travel Through Europe With Rick Everingham

August 6, 2014 |

Rick Everingham gives you the chance to witness the local architecture, beaches, canals and snap shots of Europe in his amazing Pop Up Exhibition, 2014 Travelling On at the Emporium in Fortitude Valley. Read More

Memories Built On Love and Loss

August 5, 2014 |

Poor choices, rejection, loss and regret. As somber as it may seem, these are the issues and emotions faced by every family. The Queensland Theatre Company’s new production Gloria, by Elaine Acworth, takes you on an emotional journey of one family who faces these issues, and so many more.

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Three Courses Of Food Bliss at Cabiria

August 4, 2014 |

Salami, lamb backstrap and chocolate fondant, oh my! Cabiria has truly hit the mark with their Good Food Month Wine & Dine dinner. Read More

Love, Obsession and Tragedy in Art: The Perfect Story

July 28, 2014 |

Obsession, love, tragedy and the aim for perfection are brought to centre stage in Natalie Weir’s adaption of Hans Christen Anderson’s fairytale The Red Shoes, performed by Expressions Dance Company. Read More

Spring/Summer Collection Make a Splash With Champagne

July 23, 2014 |

What could be better than indulging in champagne with scones and macaroons whilst watching four beauties showcase new Spring/Summer looks? Absolutely nothing!

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Hauntingly Beautiful: Awaiting QSO Ghosts In The Orchestra

July 22, 2014 |

Choristers spread amongst the orchestra, influencing notes, and taking control of the arrangement, it defies every principle of musical performance, and almost renders the composer irrelevant. This is what the Queensland Symphony Orchestra is giving audiences when Ghosts in the Orchestra premieres on Saturday, August 9.

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A Trip To The Symphony: July Masterworks

July 21, 2014 |

Queensland has an exceptional Symphony Orchestra, and their Morning Masterworks series is a great way to experience some of history’s greatest compositions.

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