Last night was the opening night of Not Much To Tell You at The Sue Benner Theatre, Metro Arts. It was a wonderful start to the season with a really great crowd and a good feeling in the room. I’m looking forward to doing it all again tonight, and then Friday, and then Saturday, and then Wednesday-to-Saturday next week! Tickets are still available from metroarts.com.au, or you can buy at the door tonight.
Here is a picture of my super hi-tech set:
I also had the pleasure of being interviewed by Sally Browne for yesterday’s Courier Mail:
Kaitlyn Plyley sat down with Sally Browne from The Courier Mail last week and spoke to her about her upcoming work 'Not Much To Tell You' which opens tonight! "It's quite a personal show for me, I had an unpleasant experience, which this show is based on… What happened to me after that was me realising how difficult it was to talk about this kind of thing when you have been abused. When I started talking about it – because I'm a talker – what was really scary and interesting was how many of my female friends said 'oh that's happened to me too', because I never knew." Book your tickets now – www.metroarts.com.au
‘Scuse me while I go laminate my copy. #sorrynotsorry
Not Much To Tell You is a part of the program for the most poetic weekend in Brisbane’s calendar – the Queensland Poetry Festival! QPF has its opening night tomorrow at the Judith Wright Centre, to usher in the greatest poetry festival in the southern hemisphere! LET’S HEAR IT FOR POETRY.
I’ll be giving my top picks for QPF on Metro Arts’ Instagram, so keep an eye out for that. Or you could just pick up a QPF program and throw a dart at literally any part of it, and I guarantee it will be good.