Tremayne Gordon’s enjoyable plays encourage reflection on learning from high school experience. Solid performances by Izzy Cameron and Jordan Jeckells, and I would love to have
The idea of a play about Jane Austen, where the reviewer refers to the play as being feminist and with 36 scenes, may fill some readers with dread. But playwright Elaine Avila has
It’s a pity that the performances fell at a time when many assignments appeared to be due, so there weren’t too many students able to take time out to see this work of this G
Congratulations to the team at Anywhere Festival for attracting interstate and international acts for the 2019 Festival. The program for 2019 included a new work by Sydney-based Re
Travel always broadens the mind… In Flight Entertainment is an enjoyable, sketch show/revue.
It’s not quite as romantic as the film, but it will make you chuckle, you have a chance to be part of the action, and the only tears are likely to be of laughter. This is an enjo
Tales of an Urban Indian (City Bus) is a not-to-missed experience: a one-man, 20+ character, 90-minute tragi-comic show on a moving bus. A tour de force: take your school group, br
Mother’s Day is just around the corner. This production would make an ideal gift for family members (of any gender), and for Brisbane residents and visitors. And if you are unabl
Lights, camera, action… If the 2019 Preview Night is anything to go by, the 2019 Anywhere Festival will brighten Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast days and nights. Well, at least
Pictured: Australian Modern at the Anywhere Festival 2016. Picture Credit: Geoff Lawrence, Creative Futures Photography. 18 days, 420 performances, 84%+ sold, 63 locations.