From the archive: This post is from our original site, MyCityLife, back on 14 February 2020
1. WATCH: Emma
Based on the celebrated novel by Jane Austen, this new film adaptation promises big laughs (Bill Nighy stars as Mr. Woodhouse) and plenty of inspirational, badass-female moments. While we all know the story of Emma (a well-meaning but selfish young woman of 1800’s England who likes to meddle with her friends’ love lives), this version gives the story fresh meaning and serves as a charming commentary on the status of love and relationships in the digital age.
Emma is in cinemas from today.
2. WATCH & EAT: Asian Food and Film: Parasite, The Farewell and Jimami Tofu
Head to the BEMAC (Queensland Multicultural Centre) this weekend to catch three of the past year’s most talked-about Asian films: Parasite, The Farewell and Jimami Tofu. The inaugural event is part of the BrisAsia Festival, and will include Asian food packages for those feeling peckish.
Tickets from $11, available here.
3. DO: Yoga + Beer for the Bushfire Appeal Part 2
The latest in wellness? Beer and Yoga, together. This Saturday February 15, Yoga Flex Studio will run a yeast-scented yoga session at the XXXX Brewery in Milton to raise funds for the Australian Red Cross’ bushfire appeal. Bring your own mat and finish your workout with a schooner.
Tickets from $20, available here.
4. DO: The Mountain Goat Valley Crawl
The Mountain Goat Valley Crawl is back for its fifth year this Saturday February 15. Held across nine venues, the free-for-all crawl will see a mega 46 acts in the line-up, including Tia Gostelow, Arno Faraji, Clea, Columbus, Jack Botts, Seaside, Eat Your Heart Out, TOWNS and more.
For venue and line-up info, click here.
5. Do: Sourdough Basics Workshop
How great is bread? This Sunday February 16, learn the traditional skill of making sourdough bread at a fun and not-too-serious workshop run by Leah of Living Sourdough. You’ll get hands-on practice and Leah will be there to explain everything from recipes to equipment, so that you go away knowing exactly what to do.
Tickets from $105, available here.