What’s happening around Canberra that you think everyone should know about?
All suggestions in the comments below.
CrossCountry (XC) Mountain Bike racing is on at Majura Pines on Sunday morning. Check the XC Calendar on the CORC site for details.
Yeah Evil, they are. See my recent post.
Aren’t the Vietnam Vets in town this week(end)?
I loved it, even when I was at school.
yeah I just came across Rosencrantz and Guildenstern script from high school.. v funny
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern…
Brilliant. Weird, but brilliant…
Well, chicks do look good in black (it’s a slimming colour)…
Something I know all RiotACTors will flock to:
A Chorus of Women
Sharing grief â€” Breaking bread
Saturday 19 August 2006, 11.00â€“12.00 am
Help create a symbolic act of sharing and reconciliation among all peoples.
Join A Chorus of Women, Women in Black, together with musician friends
(Brian Hungerford, Ian Blake, Nitya Parker and others), to express grief with
all the people of the Middle East whose lives are caught up in the current
violence and fear.
We will meet in Garema Place at 11.00 to express our grief through silent vigil
and songs of lament.
We will then walk to the statue of Ethos in Civic Square, calling for peace and
carrying flowers. At Civic Square (about 11.45 am), we will break bread
together in a simple ceremony to acknowledge our common humanity.
Please bring flowers and bread to share if you wish.
All are welcome
A Chorus of Women began when 150 women filled the Australian Parliament with
the song â€˜Lamentâ€™ on 18 th March 2003. Like the ancient Greek Chorus, we try to
listen for the wise course and weave the threads of humanity and equity more
consciously into the fabric of Australian society. (see http://www.chorusofwomen.org)
Women in Black is a world-wide network of women committed to peace and
non-violence. Standing silently together in a public place, the Women in Black Vigils
express solidarity, support and strength towards all people everywhere who are
suffering violence of any kind.
Contacts: Janet Salisbury, tel: 6282 2280(BH), 6285 1054 (H); Zahira-Madeleine
Bullock, tel: 6161 3962
Knew I’d missed one – ickle pickle productions presents “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” at the Belconnen Community Theatre – all tickets $15 – performances tomorrow at 10:30 and 7:30, and Saturay at 1:30 and 7:30, then on to Sat 26th August.
You too Mr Shab – life is tough huh – ill be sore on monday from luggin a 2kg mattock around for a great deal on saturday. At least the beer will taste good at the end of it
Landscaping my yard. Feel free to bring a shovel and wheelbarrow along for a weekend of heavy, thankless tasks.
Not in canberra… but Barrel of Monkeys are playing in sydney on saturday night, will have a crew of about 25 people with them… so anyone who is in sydney come along to the agincourt on george st and enjoy the decimation.
In the theatre stakes:
– Wuthering Heights ceases to wuther in its Gothic, Bronte-sisters-esque way on Saturday – performances tonight at 8, tomorow night and twice on Saturday (2 and 8) – Tickets are $25, $20 concession, $18 for the matinee and Sunday performances.
– Don’s party continues for two more weeks – David Williamson’s classic comedy of late 60’s politics, sex and drunkenness – this week it’s performing tonight (8pm), tomorrow night (8pm), twice on Saturday (2pm and 8pm) and one twilight performance at 4pm on Sunday. Tickets are $32 full, $24 concession, $20 for the matinee on Saturday and the twilight on Sunday. Wraps up August 26th – be quick, as this week is the last two matinees.
– Ying Tong, the story of Spike Milligan and the Goons, kicks off this week at the Street Theatre studio – tonight, tomorrow night and Saturday at 7:30 pm, plus a matinee at 1:30 on Saturday, before continuing on ’til Sept 2nd. Tickets are $28, $22 concession and $15 for Tuesday performances.
And Impro Theatre ACT do a special science-festival performance at 7:30 on Sunday – theatresports-type stuff with a slight scienc-y bent. It’s free, so be early to avoid the disappointment of not getting a seat.
What should we call Canberra’s newest Light Rail Vehicle?