Chaos Theory: A Magic show where everything matters.

Media Release “Australia’s most original and creative Magician explores the butterfly effect!”Chaos Theory debuts in July 2024 Chaos Theory is a philosophical, introspective, autobiographical magic show. https://linktr.ee/chaostheorymagicshow The show will…

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Hysterical: How do you wear the labels painted on you?

For one night only on Sunday 4 August at 7.30 pm, Meanjin-based theatre collective Oh, Artemis! will reprise their acclaimed improvised theatre production, Hysterical, at The Paint Factory Yeronga. Hysterical follows the stories of three women at pivotal moments in their lives and explores…

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Review: Flabbergasters

Catherine Lawrence raves about the latest Act React hit, noting ‘if you ever get the chance to see the ‘Flabbergasters’ show I am certain it will be a fun event…

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Review: The Birds & The Bees

Creative Futures Photography enjoyed another visit to Hip Hop Brewers, this time reporting back on Dr Kit Prendergast’s show that blends skills as an aerialist with expertise in the science…

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Review: Speakeasy

Creative Futures Photography clearly enjoyed revisiting The Candy Shop Show’s Speakeasy. A chance to visit North Lake’s Thirsty Chiefs Brewing, to enjoy Lizzie Moore’s powerhouse vocals, and to be wowed…

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Review: That’s Life!

Review by Georgia Haupt. “EXTRA EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT IT!” Rebel Lyons takes to the mic with Liv West and Janey Birks in the improv comedy show That’s Life.  Inspired…

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Review: This is Your Trial

If you are looking for an enjoyable night out with friends, a family treat, or just a solo night away from the screen… then This is Your Trial is for you. You just have to be quick, as this particular judge (the talented Natalie Bochenski) is only ‘sitting’ for one more night of this circuit.

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Review: Tipsy History

Great to see Glitter Martini’s Tipsy History make a welcome return to the Anywhere Festival menu—this time at the Moreton Bay Tannins Brew. Catherine Lawrence couldn’t resist the chance to…

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Review: The Big D

Abril LaTrene and Shaun Birtles’ ‘The Big D’ show is a funny, thought-provoking, bittersweet tale of sometimes brutal honesty. Lots to enjoy, and food for thought in the days to come. But you will have to be quick; their final show deserves to be a sellout.

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Review: Limelight 2024

Limelight is part competition, part showcase, and all entertainment. Now in its third year, the Introspect Theatre Company Limelight is a mixture of Moreton Bay’s Got Talent meets Caboolture eisteddfod—all wrapped up in sprinkling of fundraising to support the educational and entertainment goals of this much-loved not-for-profit north Brisbane performing arts company. read more for the review of Limelight 2024.

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Review: That’s Life!

One of the many great things about Anywhere Festival is that it gives performers the opportunity to test out new material and ideas. Catherine Lawrence congratulates Rebel Lyons for proving…

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Review: Tipsy History

Step into Tannis Brew and, with the smell of a smoky BBQ grill and crispy pints, be transported back to the bronze age when Glitter Martini takes the stage with…

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Review: Songs for Absent Beauty

Presented by Rosie Waters, Karen Law and Mira Chorik Songs for Absent Beauty | Friday 17 May, 7.00pm TAFE Queensland – Caboolture Campus Hair Salon Tallon St, Caboolture QLD 4510 What…

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Review: Guitarra y Cuarteto

Guitarra y Cuarteto is exactly that: a program of mainly Spanish-influenced music for guitar and string quartet. But it is also so much more, thanks to the combined talents of Andrew Veivers and of the members of The Black Square Quartet.

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Internships at Anywhere Festivals in 2024

Develop the skills to be a Festival Director or Creative Producer for live performance with hands on experience in Anywhere Fringe.  This unpaid internship will be of interest for anyone wanting practical real world…

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