[First filed: Jul 1, 2010 @ 11:51]
Wow, that one went by fast.
So what’s to see and do around Canberra this weekend?
Just leave your thoughts in the comments.
Impro Match Point
Sunday 4th July, 7:30pm
Tickets : $10
Woden Tradies, Cnr Launceston St and Furzer St
Book on 0416 007 197, or online at http://www.impro.com.au/matchpoint.php?from=ra.
A unique night of improvisation with scenes and stories created from audience suggestion that will flow from comedy, cute and quirky to melodrama and potentially dark drama. Four pairs will each perform a 19 minute collection of scenes and stories ‘never to be repeated’!
A great night for those audiences who are fans of improvisation shows like Who’s Line Is It Anyway? and Thank God You’re Here as well as those people looking for an inexpensive new type of theatre experience.
Might be a bit late for some but tonight is the first Green Faces for 2010:
Felicity Ward (Spics and Specks regular)
Thursday 1st July, 8.30pm
Tickets: $25pp from http://canberraticketing.com.au/whatson/event-details.aspx?eventID=4300 (collection at the door)
Venue: The Canberra Irish Club, 6 Parkinson St Weston
Information below from the Irish Club website http://www.irishclub.com.au:
As a rough outline, this is how the evening will be run and the people who will be involved in the night:
The Host will be a professional comedian who will hold the whole night together.
Six contestants each Thursday night, except for the grand final where there will be Ten. The Host will introduce the evening to explain what’s going on to the audience and hold the show together – perform for 8-10 minutes. Each of the contestants will then perform for up to ten minutes. In between each contestant the host will come back out and using his/her discretion will introduce the next contestant to the stage or rev the crowd back up before introducing the next contestant. There are two quick breaks – after the first three comedians (10 – 15 minutes) and then while the voting forms are collected. After the second break the Host will perform for 15-20 minutes and then introduce the winner for the night and close the show. The winner of each heat goes directly into the final which is to be contested during September.
For their vote to count the audience simply mark one box.
As it is an audience voted competition if there are any discrepancies the Judges decision is final.
For those interested in self defence or looking to gain some practical self defence skills, Krav Maga Canberra are running an introduction session this Saturday the 3rd of July. The full details for this session, and upcoming events can be found here:
All sessions are run by IKMF (International Krav Maga Federation) certified instructors and involve practical self defence for every day use. Classes are open to men and women over 18 years of age.
Full details can be found at the Krav Maga Canberra website.
From the Calendar we have:
– Blackout at McGregor Hall
– Simone and the Soothsayers celebrate ten years at The Front
– WINTER’S DISCONTENT OPENS AT THE STREET THEATRE
– Zine Fair!
– Ripple Effect – Abundant Water Fundraiser
– 3-Man Paintball Tournament at Fairbairn Pines
– Polish up your bike clips, it’s Tweed Ride 3!
Hall markets should be on too.
For those that are interested in heavier / melodic / alternative music, Karnivool are playing the ANU Bar, Saturday night, 8pm(ish). Tix are ~$40 at the door if not sold out beforehand..
Germany Vs Argentina starts 12 midnight Sat 3 July
It will be packed to the rafters at the Harmonie German Club in Narrabundah.
Be early, 11pm, or be prepared for standing room.
Fantastic hospitality and great atmosphere
Live original music at PJ’s in Tuggeranong
Saturday night 3rd of July
Please To Jive You
Mad Charlie (Syd)
PS it’s FREE!!
Tuggeranong Arts Centre Comedy Club – July 6
Top quality comedy returns to the Tuggeranong Arts Centre on Tuesday, July 6.
After a fantastic night in June featuring Melbournians Luke McGregor (Raw Comedy national finalist 2008) and John ‘Cambo’ Campbell (Lallapalooza winner 2009) we’re all set for the biggest lineup seen yet at Canberra’s newest comedy venue.
This month we’re gearing up for a State of Origin special with the best of Canberra’s comedy talent battling it out in a (violence and racism free) state-based showdown.
The night will be hosted by Tumut’s favourite son, Jay Sullivan, charged after his first solo show in New York recently, and supported by the finest performers from Canberra’s strengthening comedy scene.
So get your Ugg-boots on and get down and support some local entertainment in Tuggeranong.
When: Tuesday, July 6
Where: Tuggeranong Arts Centre, 137 Reed Street, Greenway
Cost: $10 each
Contact: Mon – Fri on 6293 1443 between 9am and 5pm to book tickets.
Other Comedy ACT gigs include:
• Comedy Club at Civic Pub, Braddon ($10 – first Wednesday monthly)
• The Front Café and Gallery, Lyneham shops – open-mic night (FREE – fourth Tuesday monthly)
Chrome – Saturday, 3rd of July 2010 from 9pm
Holy Grail, Civic
Cnr Akuna and Bunda Streets
Hey there Chromies and Chromettes!
It’s time to get get your goth on for this month’s Chrome!
DJ Salem has returned from his yearly pilgrimage from Germany and is ready to get you moving to some new (and old) tunes at the friendly environment you keep coming back for.
So join Salem, Stealth.Elf and IDOC in kicking those winter blues away and showing Canberra that we won’t let this weather get us down.
Sorry kids but as always this a 18+ event! If you would like to see an
all ages goth/industrial gig in canberra send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org and we will see what we can do for you.
Entry is $6 for this event.
Does the ACT need greater federal representation?