No sooner do we recover from one weekend than the next begins.
What’s worth seeing and doing around Canberra this weekend?
Just leave your thoughts in the comments.
Theatresports North vs South has its second show on Sunday 29 May at 6pm.
Tickets only $15.
The battle for Canberra is on and you can be there to see Canberra’s biggest question finally answered.
The North side of the lake leads the series 1-0. Come along and cheer on your side of the lake.
More details: http://the-riotact.com/theatresports-north-vs-south-the-battle-for-canberra/44846
BOOK TICKETS: http://www.thestreet.org.au
Bob Dylan tribute night
The Merry Muse, Turner Bowling Club (Canb Southern Cross Club)
McAughey Street, Turner
Friday 27 May from 7.30pm
$5 Monaro Folk Society members, $8 non-members
For the under-25s interested in writing, there’s a free workshop on Sunday at the ACT Writers Centre, for National Young Writers Month
Trucks on Show is an exhibition of the best that modern trucking has to offer. It’s free entry and a warm welcome from the Australian trucking industry.
If you are mad about cars, wait till you see the trucks. If you are thinking about a career in transport, talk to the people that know. If you work in the industry, see the latest and safest trucks, trailers and equipment available.
Bring your family, bring your mates, bring your boss. They’ll love the gear and will meet the people who keep Australia moving. For more information: http://www.trucksonshow.com.au, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 6253 6900.
See you at the National Convention Centre, Canberra. 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Thursday 26 May
Friday 27 May
Saturday 28 May
I recommend Much Ado About Nothing by Bell Shakespeare. Benedict is a hoot.
27/05/2011 to 28/05/2011
Get ready to laugh your socks off at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow.
After being cooped up in the dark rooms of Melbourne for close to a month, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival ‘s most adventurous (and bravest) comedians are chomping at the bit to get out and hit Canberra full on.
This show may contain coarse language, sexual references and material that may offend. This show is not suitable for children 15 years and under.
Tickets from Canberra Ticketing. Booking fee of $7.20 may apply.
Canberra Theatre, Civic Square http://www.canberraticketing.com.au
Canberra City ACT 2601
+61 02 6275 2700
Friday and Saturday: 8pm
Last two days of the felting exhibition at CSIRO discovery. Art pieces as well as lots of hats and brooches for sale.
There’s another show on tonight by the Melbourne Comedy crowd. We saw last night’s show and I damn near bust a gut laughing. The puppeteer guy was out of this world funny, and the compare and headline act brilliant. At only forty bucks a ticket it was a steal, I’d have happily paid double that.
I don’t know if there’s tickets available for tonight, but if you can buy, beg, borrow or steal one, then do go!
Will you use UberX when it launches in Canberra in October?