"Lookin' back on the track, gonna do it my way"
These men were attending a wedding/reception at #brisbanepowerhouse ....But could they be gangsters from a Tarantino movie? Was the wedding a front to pull off the biggest heist the Powerhouse has ever seen? Or do I just have an overactive imagination? (No, no, yes).
All I can say for sure is that they have impeccable taste in shoes.
Our spoons are ready. Our stomachs are braised. Come see our show and watch us eat cake 🎂💪 we’re talking to you @miss_trunchbull ——————————————————————-
WEEK 2 votes are in from @school2stage_qld and don’t know if we can stomach this but....LETS EAT CAKE!
RULE 1: an actor must rage/quit on stage
RULE 2: an entire cake must be consumed in the show 😱
Get your say and head over to @school2stage_qld school2stage Facebook page to vote for RULE 3!
And We Are Live!!! To Celebrate we are offering $20 tickets for the next 7 days!
July 17th -July 24th Go grab the cheapest Powerhouse ticket ever made! "In the eight weeks leading up to this event, each show will be given a weekly rule voted by YOU the public. Their challenge is to use this rule to create new works. Will they make it out alive or is this just one big recipe for disaster." Limited time only.
See you all there! 🙂
Plan your weekend around these events:
📷 PHOTOGRAPHY: World Press Photo Exhibition has its last weekend at @bris_powerhouse
🎭 THEATRE: New show Lysa and the Freeborn Dames opens at @laboitetheatreco
🎥 CINEMA: The Scandinavian Film Festival starts at @palacecinemasbrisbane
What are you seeing this weekend?
World Press Photo Environment.
Kadir van Lohuizan
Noor Images Humans are producing
more waste than ever before. According to research by the World Bank the world generates 3.5 million tonnes of solid waste a day. ten times more than a century ago. Landfills are filling up. And the World Economic Forum reports that by 2050 there will be so much plastic in the ocean that it will outweigh the fish. A documentary of waste management systems in metropolises across the world investigates how different societies manage - or mismanage -their waste.
So Australians lets not fret over losing the use of single use plastic bags from Shops and Supermarkets. Think about how your
Plastic straws end up in landfills and waterways. Threatening living species and as a consequence we as inhabitants sharing the planet. More importantly manufacturers should be getting out of the business of producing plastics straws for instance. These need to be substituted with paper or other biodegradable straws. Do you need a straw,every time? A single plastic straw average use time is 20 minutes. Yet this straw will last up to 300 years.