[ 30 September 2010; ] In the name of general entertainmant, good regional food wine, beer and cider as well as an auction of last season’s stock with the proceeds going to Frocktober Canberra (for Ovarian Cancer Research), Hoola Hoop in Braidwood is holding “A Night on Forbidden Mountain!”
One hell of a dinner with one hell of a show!! A menu consisting [...]
[ 30 September 2010 at 12:00 pm; ] As part of the Belconnen Town Centre Improvements Project, new permanent bus stations in Belconnen are soon to be complete. These include the retail precinct bus station at the entrance of Westfield Belconnen off Lathlain Street, as well as the Belconnen Community Station located off Benjamin Way adjacent to the Community Centre.
Belconnen Community Council are [...]
[ 30 September 2010 to 9 October 2010. ] Fun family musicals directed by Nina Stevenson have become a school holiday tradition for families and audiences young and young at heart in Canberra.
In this age when many young people do not go to the theatre or read the classic novels, Wonder in Aliceland is a unique opportunity for them to experience the traditional story [...]
[ 15 September 2010 9:01 am to 22 October 2010 9:01 am. ]
We are giving one lucky Canberra MC or group the once in a lifetime opportunity to open a show for Grammy Award winning hip hop legends Bone Thugs-N-Harmony live in Canberra!
Plus as a bonus the winning act will get free entry to the after party of the year!
Help us find the best hip hop [...]
[ 23 August 2010 to 30 September 2010. ] The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Australia in association with the ACT Library & Information Service will be presenting the “Taiwan Sublime” Photography and Taiwan Indigenous Culture Exhibitions from 23 August to 30 September, 2010, at Civic Library, Canberra City.
The “Taiwan Sublime” Photo Exhibition features various images captured by four Taiwanese photographers: namely Messrs [...]
[ 13 August 2010 to 31 October 2010. ] [First filed: Aug 12, 2010 @ 14:25]
Tomorrow the National Gallery has a very different exhibition opening.
RiotACT attended the media launch for Life, Death and Magic – 2,000 years of SouthEast Asian Ancestral Art this morning.
In the words of Gallery Director Ron Radford “It’s a little bit creepy”.
It’s also striking, thought provoking, and inspiring. This from [...]
[ 24 July 2010 to 3 October 2010. ] [First filed: Jun 25, 2010 @ 9:18]
The National Gallery is promoting their next exhibition: Robert Dowling: Tasmanian son of Empire.
Robert Dowling was Australia’s first major colonial-trained professional artist. Within Australian art historical terms, this was a milestone of great significance. It may seem surprising, then, that the National Gallery of Australia travelling exhibition Robert [...]