Presented by For The Record and Metro Arts

The raw, real and ridiculous come together on this beloved Brisbane storytelling night.

Co-Captained by Siobhan Gibbs and Maja Hanna Liwszyc, prepare to be guided (lovingly and theatrically) through a night of true tales.

Six storytellers present a story from their lives, based on the theme, ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’.

Always heartfelt and often hilarious, FTR honours the raw, the real and the ridiculous.

“Any regular performance night can live or die on the hosting and luckily For the Record is in good hands with its Cheer Co-Captains. Their effortless banter and truly random segues alone would have me coming back month after month.”
Nothing Ever Happens In Brisbane



7pm, Fri 20 August, 2021


New Benner Theatre
Metro Arts, West End


General Admission $30 + booking fee

Booking fee $0.50 per ticket purchased


Siobhan Gibbs
Siobhan Gibbs is a performance artist, MC, and community worker in Meanjin/Brisbane. She graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Human Services and Bachelor of Creative Industries. Siobhan is the co-captain of For The Record, both producing and MCing the event for over 2 years. Siobhan is also a member of Chance Collective, Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre, and a dance captain for the Common People’s Dance Project with Neridah Waters. Siobhan debuted her performance persona, Gogo Bumhole in 2020 at Candy Social Club, and has continued to perform the disco gremlin regularly in the Meanjin club scene including Shandy, Candy x Mardis Gras and FROOT. Siobhan is excitedly debuted her solo work, Sewer Rat Girl, in May 2021 and is excited for a future Meanjin season.

Maja Hanna
Maja Hanna Liwszyc is a storyteller, theatre-maker, mover and shaker. She has a decades-long background in theatre and has worked as a performer for many festivals and companies including Zen Zen Zo, Imaginary Theatre, Woodford, Shakespeare Unplugged (Brisbane), PVI Collective, PIAF, Fringe, Upstart, Class Act, Emergence Co (Perth) and Punchdrunk (UK). She has also spent the last five years of her career creating her own work. For the movers, she steers the good ship Gold Coast in the Common People’s Dance Eisteddford. For the talkers, she began and continues to run a rollicking storytelling night in Brisbane (For The Record). For the creators, she works with people from all walks to unlock their authentic expression (in groups and 1:1). Her creations are carefully and craftily considered – combined with a hefty sprinkling of Random Things That Come Up in the Moment. She believes fervently in playful art and artful play.


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