A tale as old as the Christmas traditions we know and love, shake & stir's adaptation of A Christmas Carol transports the audience back to the Victorian era and we find ourselves amidst a stage with a dark, sooty, grimy feel.
This production of Aladdin may stray from the original, add back story where previously none was available and may have tweaked a little to fit a local audience (Tim Tam reference, anyone?) but it is sure not to disappoint any fan.
Brainiac Live! has arrived in Australia for the first time and they’ve kicked off their explosive science(esque) antics in Brisbane at QPAC. It’s a fun school holiday outing for the family, with both kids and adults guaranteed to get a laugh out of the staged family friendly version of this popular British T.V. show.
Within moments of sitting down we spot the infamous 'Manuel from Barcelona', frantically bobbing around, snatching glasses from people's hands and prodding people from their relaxed chairs.
|The History of the Devil by Clive Barker|
Then Mime asks, What is the race which lives on the stage? And Wotan answers, On the stage live those consummate artists, the singers.
Wonderful. Quite wonderful.