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Deeply philosophical and unafraid to divide audiences with his opinions on the psychology of human behaviour and the dangers of political extremism; Shayne Hunter is arguably one of Australia’s most intellectually stimulating and thought-provoking comedians.
After obsessing over Netflix documentary Cheer, we interviewed Brisbane’s own cheersquad, The Brisbane Broncos Cheerleaders. And there is definitely more to cheerleading than high kicks and pom poms.
In the comedy world, the goal is to entertain and enlighten. One man who is taking on this lofty goal is Jacques Barrett. We recently talked to him about his place within the comedy world, his hopes, goals and aspirations, both personal and for the comedy scene, his idols and his new show as part of the Brisbane Comedy Festival.
Relatable humourist and stand-up comedian Emily Tresidder, is more than meets the eye. We recently had a chance to chat with her about the comedy scene, the struggles she’s faced, and of course her forthcoming show “No You Hang Up!”
The launch of Matt Moran’s Little Big House in December last year had South Brisbane’s party lovers in awe. The heritage listed Queenslander offers canned cocktails, froze, and chicken parmi spring roles. It seemed like Little Big House offered everything you could wish for. It then got even better with the announcement of Little Big Thursdays.
Immerse yourself in the secret Underground Cinema experience, an interactive screening spectacular not to be missed. Held in a undisclosed location inÂ Melbourne, attendees are kept guessing about the secret locationÂ and movie until the last minute, adding a mysteriousÂ element …
Is it already event time again? YES IT IS!
This month Creative Drinks brings you a night of visual art displayed on the brick walls of Barsoma, in Fortitude Valley. Â We’re not talking about landscapes; vases or fruit …