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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | July 17, 2019

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2013 – When We Were Idiots

May 10, 2013 |

The year is 2113. Our world is not the dystopian sci-fi fantasy as predicted in countless 80’s flicks, but an aquatic age lead by penguin dressed comedian Xavier Toby. 2013 – When We Were Idiots, is a back-to-the-future … Read More

Party (decoration) Time!

May 10, 2013 |

This year I faced the mammoth task of providing my mother with a day, not to be forgotten. This day just happened to amount to be a mile-stone in her life, resulting in a celebration of the days … Read More

May-fever!

May 3, 2013 |

The Mayes in May Festival is back on this year at Logan’s oldest residential property.

Sunday the 5th of May (this weekend!) is the day for pig racing, tomato planting, sheep shearing, an animal farm, vintage cars and country … Read More

Let’s face it… PART 2

April 26, 2013 |

Some would say that learning from the best is how you master your art. I wouldn’t disagree. So why am I drawing lessons from the worst you ask? Because it is so hilarious. Additionally, it doesn’t take a genius to … Read More

Experience Theatre Anywhere in Brisbane

April 25, 2013 |

Did you know that you can experience live theatre anywhere in Brisbane? I really do mean anywhere.

The Anywhere Theatre Festival in on from the 8 – 19 May; its a great opportunity to get out and see live performances … Read More

On the set of RUINED, with Kelly Calder

April 24, 2013 |

The independent theatre group THAT Production Company are staging the Australian premiere of the Pulitzer Prize winning play RUINED by Lynn Nottage at Studio 188, as part of the 2013 Ipswich Festival. I got to … Read More

TOP 5 MBFWA HIGHLIGHTS

April 21, 2013 |

With the manic rush of MBFWA finally wrapping up, I took some time out to reflect on some of my personal highlights of the week.  Much to my dismay, I wasn’t actually in attendance at any of these events, but … Read More

Scanography – The Art of Scanning

April 19, 2013 |

Whoever said the office life was a boring one?  Surely that so-and-so never had a close look at the office scanner. Because if they had, I mean, if they seriously checked that machine out, their mind would have blown up … Read More

The Company You Keep, Movie Review

April 17, 2013 |

If suspense thrillers and all-star casts are your thing then the soon to be released, The Company You Keep is right up your alley.

A little while I ago I took my mum (probably the biggest Robert Redford fan ever) … Read More

An Ode To Splendour

April 16, 2013 |

I’ve really enjoyed getting to know you over the past four years and I think we’ve both grown a lot and I thank you for that. You taught me so much about myself, about life, love and … Read More

Albert Street Picnic

April 16, 2013 |
Picnic sign on Albert Street

Picnic on Albert Street

Walking down Albert Street today, you might have stumbled across URBNE’s Albert Street Picnic. Upon stumbling however, you would have fallen on astro turf, cushions and possibly a giant “Connect Four” game.

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A word with Charlotte Emily

April 15, 2013 |

I caught up with my old friend Charlotte Boumford to chat about her band Charlotte Emily and the release of her EP Dreamstealer.

The English born songstress spent her childhood moving back and forth … Read More

A Little Brisbane History

April 12, 2013 |

Brisbane MuseumBrisbane is not the little town it once was. In fact it has grown up into a beautiful, cultural and diverse city with a bit of history to call its own.

The re-opening came after a three year wait. The Brisbane Museum was set-up temporarily on Ann Street but now calls Brisbane City Hall home.

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Craving Food – La Boite’s Roundhouse

April 11, 2013 |

Following the success of its latest production, Holding the Man, La Boite’s Roundhouse Theatre is gearing up to host another great Australian performance.

Food will begin its limited run on the 16th of April and is part of the theatre’s … Read More