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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | July 5, 2020

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AboutMadeleine Dale, Author at The Creative Issue

Madeleine Dale

Madeleine Dale

When I first stumbled into the bright lights of Brisbane as an overawed and badly dressed culture-nerd, I promptly declared that I would spend my life here doing nothing but wearing the flounciest skirts and watching the indiest theatre I could find. I was half right. Since ditching the skirts for walking shoes, I have chased the creative everywhere from the rooftop bars of South Brisbane to the London yard of the Globe. As a Creative Drinks writer, I will be your point-woman on this continuing mission to track down the best of the Brisbane Arts scene. Sitting on uncomfortable milk crate chairs, holding drunken actors’ glasses, risking hypothermia in day ticket lines and making awkward eye contact with slam poets, I will endeavour to bring you the words, performances and films you need to feed your creative fires.

Posts By Madeleine Dale

Moonlight Cinema Returns

December 26, 2014 |

The evenings are getting longer, the days are getting hotter and the theatre seasons have wound down for the year, which can only mean one thing—its open air cinema time!

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Review: Mr. Turner

December 22, 2014 |

Mike Leigh proves himself equal to his protagonist in this beautiful and unconventional biopic.

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Queensland Literary Awards

December 20, 2014 |

Queensland’s premier (but not Premier’s) literary prizes have been awarded, highlighting not only this year’s luminaries, but the wealth of emerging authors set to grace our pages in the years to come.

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Interview with ImproMafia

December 10, 2014 |

Fans of twisted bedtime stories and Whose Line Is It Anyway? rejoice! ImproMafia, Brisbane’s very own improvisational theatre company, have some early Christmas presents for you.

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Review: Wyrd Sisters

December 10, 2014 |

Discworld comes alive at the Brisbane Arts Theatre, as Wyrd Sisters condenses all the brilliance and wit of a Pratchett novel into a two-hour romp through the trials and tribulations of meddling in monarchical affairs.

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Gardens Theatre launch 2015 season

December 9, 2014 |

As they prepare to hit double digits, Gardens Theatre looks towards the future with the launch of a typically eclectic and exuberant 2015 season.

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Film Review: Serena

December 6, 2014 |

Have you ever wanted to watch Macbeth, but starring Jennifer Lawrence, and set in a 1920s timber mill? Of course you have, and Susanne Bier, director of Serena, knows it.

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Review: A Thousand Times Goodnight

December 3, 2014 |

Sumptuously shot and tautly written, A Thousand Times Goodnight is a breath of fresh air in a marketplace swamped by CGI battles and military bluster.

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