#FirstWorldWhiteGirls: Botox Party! is a highly entertaining, joyous show with lots of laughs. To set the mood, the cabaret opens with two young ladies in sparkling jewels, glitzy costumes, and makeup that was borrowed from a drag queen. These ladies are BFFs ‘Tiffaney’ and ‘Maddison’ who are exploring rich kids problems such as botox, quinoa enemas, designer… Read more.
The last time I saw Women in Voice (WIV) was the early nineties when they played at the Sitting Duck Café in West End. From the depths of my time-addle-memory I recall a second-story venue on Boundary Street thronging with young, fabulous feminists; the who’s-who of Brisbane’s spunky, punky chicks sporting Doc Martins, overalls-with-attitudes and… Read more.
Just because you have food, water, shelter and a Mimco handbag doesn’t mean you don’t have problems. With an almost sold-out season, Judy Hainsworth and Kaitlin Oliver Parker’s duo cabaret #FirstWorldWhiteGirls is hash-tagging its way into the Brisbane cabaret scene. With witty repartee, polished voices, and tongue firmly in cheek, these girls tell it like it… Read more.
An exploration of reality versus virtual life, Richard Jordan’s Machina is the most thought provoking play to date this year and deserves a place in the time capsule for this era. I remember life before Facebook. I remember dating pre-smart phone text messaging, when men rang you if they wanted to ask you out. Who… Read more.
La Boite Shakes Up Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts Known for their creative adaptations, shake & stir have collaborated with La Boite to create the world premiere production of Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts, playing these school holidays from 8 to 18 January. Combining two of Dahl’s most famous rhyming storybooks, the… Read more.