Hi I’m Sean!

I'm a theatre maker and adventure taker, originally from Melbourne, Australia, but currently living on the south coast of the United Kingdom. I produced the Australian premieres of the Broadway musical [title of show] in Melbourne, and the cult Off-Broadway smash 5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche in Brisbane (and beyond!) I helped develop the new... Continue Reading →

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Top 5 Lyndhurst Adventures

With MORTIMER SPARKS opening in Lyndhurst, Hampshire on the 25th of June, I thought it was a great opportunity to share 5 of my favourite things to do in this historic English town. Hailed as 'The Capital Of The New Forest' Lyndhurst has often housed royalty in this part of the world, which William the Conquerer declared... Continue Reading →

5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche Returns To Brisbane

The Merry Widows of the Susan B Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein returned by popular demand to Brisbane from June 15-21, 2015 at the Brisbane Powerhouse. The explosive hit again received a great deal of praise from audience members and critics alike, especially for new Sisterhood members Ashlee Lollback as society newcomer... Continue Reading →

Children Of Eden Set Design

Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to receive a message from an old friend and colleague asking if I would be in Melbourne at any point in the middle of the year, and if I was still interested in doing set design work. Whilst I had no plans for being in Melbourne I was... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Things To Do In Brisbane

I love Brisbane. I've been living for a bit more than a year and I've already managed to take quite a shine to it. Possibly because it's such a picturesque city, that it's got a slower pace than many of the other cities I've lived in, and that for most of the year the weather... Continue Reading →

Seeing Spots at QAGOMA

My favourite gallery in Brisbane is QAGOMA- the Gallery of Modern Art. Set inside a stunning modern building GOMA pulls together collections from Australia and beyond. There's always something great to see, whether it's the tribute to Michael Jackson 'King', a video installation of people dancing and singing along to the Pop Prince, or the... Continue Reading →


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