Australasia’s largest blogging event is returning to the Gold Coast in August and bringing with it over 700 social media savvy attendees. 14,000 #PBEVENT tweets sent reaching 2.8 million people, 47 million impressions, 3,500 Instagram photos uploaded, combined blog audience of 35 million people The ProBlogger Training Event is a major international conference in its six year and is the brainchild of Melbourne-based Darren Rowse. He is one of Australia’s leading social media influencers and the man at the helm of the Problogger website and brand. Mr Rowse, a self-confessed tech geek, said the two-day event aimed to inspire, train and facilitate collaboration…
Australasia's largest blogging event is returning to the Gold Coast in August.
Gold Coast rugby league supporters may be divided by loyalty to the Titans and Broncos but will stand side-by-side on Good Friday when the two South-East rivals meet at Cbus Stadium for the biggest game of the regular season. Their last encounter at Robina a year ago, saw a massive turnout of 20,524 spectators – seven thousand more than their season average. In fact, the Titans two biggest attendances of 27,176 and 27,227 in 2008 and 2009 respectively, were against the Broncos. While many Gold Coasters may support the more established Brisbane outfit, they have also wanted to see the…
The Broncos hold a 12-5 all-time advantage over Gold Coast but the Titans enjoy a 5-3 psychological edge at home.
Arts & Culture
Surfers Paradise beach plays host to next gen filmmakers on Sunday April 12, as Shorts in Paradise (SIPFest) hits the big screen on the sand. Fifteen short films will screen – the best of the best – with awards presented on the night, as part of the annual Gold Coast Film Festival. “We’re really excited to include SIPFest in our line up of fabulous films and film events for the 2015 festival,” said Festival Director, Kylie Pascoe “Short film is a place where so many filmmakers start, yet rarely do they get to show their work to a broader film…
Fifteen emerging film makers showcase their movie metal on Surfers Paradise beach, at the Shorts in Paradise (SIPFest) awards.
The sound of laughter and music will fill The Basement this month at the Arts Centre Gold Coast. Comedy in The Basement – Ashley Fils Aime 10 April Born in Haiti and raised in Miami Florida, Ashley has been performing stand up comedy since he was 18. From touring Scandinavia to the United States, Ash learned how to become universal in his stand-up while working as National Headliner Pablo Francisco’s support act for 11 years. Tickets just $25.00 (Singles) $22.00 (groups) $79.00 (Dinner and Show). Doors and bar open at 6.30pm; Showtime 8.00pm. Strictly 18+ only. Bookings: Phone Box Office…
Check out what's on in the Basement in April: Comedy nights and Jazz evenings at the Arts Centre Gold Coast.