43 days in Europe, begins today.
Holly and I squeeze down the aisle of the plane, our eyes roving across unfamiliar faces and rows of numbers as we search for our seats. Excitement bubbles in our stomachs, rushing through our veins, quickening the unsteady beat of our hearts. Anticipation has kept sleep at bay, but now it pushes against my eyelids as I settle into the cushioned window seat, adventure just within reach. Continue reading “Passport? Check!”
Tucked in an underground bar in Brisbane’s fortitude valley, a little room filled with tattered couches and strings of Christmas lights played host to a magical night of live music. People poured into the festive room wearing bright smiles, settling into the scattered array of chairs with bottles of champagne and picnics stowed in their bags. The show ahead would be a night of overly-talented performers singing carols and musical theatre pieces, the cast including members from the Australian tours of Les Miserables, Matilda, Into the Woods and the Sound of Music.
Underground Broadway is not just a place where musical theatre lovers gather to watch their friends and icons take to the microphone in a flurry of passion, laughter and energy. Underground Broadway is a place where like-minded people gather to share love and appreciation, spread joy and revel in happiness. As Spencer said on the night, “It doesn’t matter if you’re gay, what colour your skin is, your nationality, your religion… If you are kind, you will always have a place here at Underground Broadway.” Continue reading “Underground Broadway: Christmas”