The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | March 31, 2020
Did someone say smouldering, suggestive, somersaulting, sultry, subversive, sci-fi circus? Read More
‘I’ve seen both their genitals!’ boasts Tina Bikki of Egson Ham and Rosie Rivette, tonight’s Rumble contenders.
Two people in a rundown video store battle for the title of Quentin Tarantino’s biggest fan in Two Man Tarantino.
The combination of genuine hilarious humour, high flying gymnastic prowess and underlying unease from the core messages being put forward and the impact of this on the world, make The WonderWombs a strange beast.
How does it feel to be lied to? To be deceived? How does it feel when the liar, tells you in no uncertain terms, that they are lying, do you trust them? Do you let them inspire you?
The Babushka ensemble presents their brand new show, Happily Ever After, as part of Wonderland festival 2019. Read More
The Epicurean Shark bills itself as a comedy show seeking answers to one of life’s biggies: why does being bad feel so good? Read More
‘It was moving poetry!’
‘It was problematic!’
‘It was honest. Haven’t you ever felt like that?’
‘I’d have walked out if the genders had been the other way round.’
If nothing else, Bitch on Heat is divisive. Read More
When things get hot, the best thing to do is obviously turn up the heat and sweat to stay cool.
In the haze of a dive bar, a woman downs a pint of beer in seconds, and proceeds to sing her soulful, alcohol fueled story to the bar’s patrons.
I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes. Christmas is all around us and so the feeling grows, that Love Actually is all around.
DTC Management, in partnership with Brisbane Powerhouse, presents Larry’s Odyssey as part of Wonderland Festival 2019. Read More
MELT: Festival of Queer Arts and Culture returns to Brisbane’s Powerhouse in 2019 with Emily Gilhome as Guest Director. Read More
Sleight of hand and magical head games will blow audience’s minds in Matt Tarrant’s Honestly Dishonest, as his magic moves arrive at Wonderland Festival.