Revisiting An Old Friend

This morning I embarked upon a project that's been flitting through my mind the past few weeks. At the end of last year I decided I wanted to utilise 2015 to focus more on theatre. I've already got off to a great start with the incredibly successful 5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche¬†and there's a few... Continue Reading →


Home For Christmas

This post is a little delayed, quite a bit delayed really. It's about Christmas last year and we're already a week into April. I'm not entirely sure where 2015 is headed, but it's certainly zooming! As you may have picked up from my blog I travel, a lot. I'm very rarely in one place for... Continue Reading →

A Quick Trip To Mackay

This year the ArTour Regional Presenting Showcase was held in Mackay, so I got the opportunity to travel north for business, and also enjoy a bit of time in the sun by the pool as well. Mackay is like a pretty traditional Australian country town, and for much of the time I spent there I... Continue Reading →

Sydney in a Day

Sydney is one of my favourite 'Day Trip' cities in Australia, because you can get to all the major things in a day! A few years ago I randomly called a friend and asked her 'Hey do you want to get coffee?' and she said 'Sure where?' and I said 'Sydney.' And so it came... Continue Reading →

5 Lesbians Opens With A Bang!

The Australian Premiere of Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood's '5 LESBIANS EATING A QUICHE' presented by Imprint Theatricals has opened the new queer arts and culture festival MELT! at Brisbane Powerhouse with audiences and critics alike rolling in the aisles. The play, which centres on a women's society trapped in a fall out shelter when... Continue Reading →

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