A Storyology 2017 Brisbane Special Event
Eleven journalists tell their best true stories, live on stage.
We’re kicking off Storyology with a night of wit, wisdom and spilled ink at the Brisbane Powerhouse on Aug. 24.
Great journalism leaps from the page to the stage. Hear tales of jungles, nuns, drugs, Afghanistan, race relations, backyard shenanigans, investigations, musicians, children’s choirs, fainting on live TV and face tattoos … plus a brilliant audience and a great party.
Crime & justice in Australia is far from black and white.
Loves a good nun. Found one in PNG.
An eye for characters. An ear for great tunes.
Michelle Duff (NZ)
Maori traditions worn proudly by modern women.
Black Comedy writer and actress.
Battlescars and memories from a Brisbane backyard childhood.
What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done? This is worse.
Digging for the truth.
Tonya Mosley (US)
Had anyone ever asked why black Americans were so angry?
Photojournalist back from Afghanistan.
Broads. Broadcast. Stripping back stereotypes.
With live music, memorable images and a few surprises. Your $50 ticket includes a drink — join us at the bar after the show!
Created by Jacqui Park, with chief story editor David Leser and director Paige Rattray.