I'm a mother of four with two coeliac children. I'm always on the lookout for great gluten-free spots around Brisbane and feature gluten-free cooking in my blog: coeliacfamily.blogspot.com.au
I'm also a muso and enjoy live music around town.
Take a look at your own beliefs while watching this drama
Next Fall is a thought-provoking story of modern relationships
Metro Arts are well known for their presentation of contemporary arts, and their latest production, "Next Fall" written by Geoffrey Nauffts is no exception. Nominated for best play in the Tony Awards in 2010, it tells the story of conflict of faiths in a long-term gay relationship. Luke believes in God, while his partner Adam believes in everything else. "Next Fall" explores the ups and downs of the relationship with unflinching honesty and cutting humour. Their different beliefs are brought to the fore when an accident occurs, forcing Adam to look to Neil's friends and family for support and answers.
The play is not for the squeamish, with strong language and harsh realities, but for those who are game, the story tells of a beautiful and loving relationship in modern times which asks questions about love, faith and commitment which are applicable to us all. A generous amount of humour is also present which helps to off-set some of the sting as you question your own beliefs.
The play is being performed in Metro Arts beautiful heritage building in George Street in the City at 7pm Friday and Saturday evening. The bar will be open beforehand and those purchasing tickets for Friday evening will have the after party with food and drink included in their ticket price of $32.20.
Ticket registrations close at 4pm on the day of the show. Once registrations have closed for the day, additional tickets remaining for the session will be available to purchase at Box Office. A $2.20 booking fee applies to each ticket. You can find details and book tickets by visiting their Website.