Often it is forgotten how powerful feelings and written expression can be. ‘Women of Letters’ is a Melbourne born idea where women write letters to a theme and read them aloud. Wednesday evenings production, with the theme A Letter to the Thing I Didn’t See Coming featured Abbe May, Mama Kin (aka Danielle Caruana), Carmen… Read More Women of Letters
So the budget has totally got people worked up. And I think it should. The Government has handed down a harsh budget and while it may at some point have a positive effect on Federal debt, will absolutely crush the general population of Australia while doing so. As everyone knows, the release of a budget, an election… Read More When did politics become as taboo to discuss, as religion?
Today I was lucky enough to attend the launch of 100 Women, an initiative to engage women through philanthropy to change the lives of women everywhere, and in turn change the face of philanthropy. Alicia Curtis, Founder and Chair, is a woman I have worked with over the last fourteen or so months and she ran the first leadership event I have ever attended. And… Read More 100 women. Changing the lives of women everywhere
This was originally published by SameSame.com.au You can read the piece here As a woman living in a relatively-sized city (Perth!) with more bars than you can count, you’d think it would be easy for me to meet somebody who I would be interested in dating. They just need to tick the following boxes: Intelligent… Read More Finding love’s not easy. Even if you’re bi
Read my review of Mama Alto Countertenor Diva’s performance last night as part of #FringeWorld 2014. This post was original published by Out In Perth. You can read it here. Performances like this are what Fringe, to me, is about. Raw, beautiful, nervous talent that takes you by surprise. Opening with a wonderful piano solo… Read More Mama Alto Countertenor Diva at Fringe World 2014