So Rioters, here’s your chance to impress your peers with how well hooked in to the grid you are.
What’s worth seeing and doing around town this weekend?
Just leave your thoughts in the comments.
Archibald Macleish’s Panic comes to ANU.
Tonight and tomorrow.
Brass Knuckle Brass Band plus Clever Sunday plus Saxema
Friday 19 August, 8pm
The Front Café, Wattle Street, Lyneham
On Friday night from 5pm in the National Film and Sound Archive foyer, a ab-coated projection team will remix old science educational and instructional 16mm films from the NFSA collection. This is followed by the scinema mad scientist double bill of Re-Animator and The Fly – both for just $15
While it’s not this weekend, tonight’s gig at the Transit Bar should be a killer. Gotta luv a bitta nerdy hiphop. <3 Joelistics! 18 August 8pm (he'll prob be on at about 10pm)
Piero Kwong photography exhibition opens this Saturday, 2.30pm, Aarwun Gallery, Shop 11, Federation Square, Nicholls. The exhibition features two artists: Piero Kwong and Max Dupain. Gooooood stuff! More info: http://www.aarwungallery.com/Index.html
Legendary Aust hiphop producer M-Phases is doing a rare DJ set. Can’t vouch for how well he spins, but it could be worth checking out. Free entry before 9pm at the Transit Bar. More information: http://www.transitbar.com.au/events/2011/08/20/strictly-party-m-phazes-dj-set/
Big. Dumb. Rock! on @ The Maram.
Local rock brilliance!!! Mudpie Princess and Knight~Hammer are both coming off recent Stadium Gigs so it’s a ‘must see’ event to catch them up close and personal.
Doors open @ 8, tickets $15.
7:30pm Sat 20 Aug
Jackie Marshall, Melanie Horsnell, and rumours perhaps even Heath Cullen
The Front Cafe, Wattle St, Lyneham
Tara Favell CD Launch on Sunday at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre:
Have you ever been the victim of extreme road rage?