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DIY Wotz on guide for 03-NOV-06

By johnboy - 2 November 2006 13

So, it’s that time of the week when we collect our intelligence and opine on what’s worth seeing and doing over the weekend.

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DIY Wotz on guide for 03-NOV-06
seepi 10:31 am 03 Nov 06

Hall Markets are on.
Korean Day is in Glebe Park 11-4.00. Sat.
Ghanain day might be in Lennox Gardens Sun 1-4.00.

kaydo 10:55 pm 02 Nov 06

Little Birdy @ ANU on Friday night

Woody Mann-Caruso 10:03 pm 02 Nov 06

The Captains Flat Markets are on Saturday 4 November from 10am to 2pm. Enjoy a big (big) (no, seriously, big) brekkie at the Outsider Cafe.

johnboy 1:46 pm 02 Nov 06

The following from Nicj

POT BELLY GO SOLO 06 Heat 1

Running Times

Heat 1: 5th Nov

3 Mark Tonks

345 SanjivaDesilva

430 AnthonyIves

515 Craig Day

6 CandiceBennett

Minimal spots still available by emailing inloco23@hotmail.com.
Cheers
Nic

hk0reduck 12:49 pm 02 Nov 06

Metal for the brain is on this Saturday(4th Nov) Entry is $60 dollars and it goes from 10.00am to 1.30am.
It’s an all ages benefit concert to support brain injury victim Alec Hurley and the National Brain Injury Foundation.

Bands playing include:
I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN
ALCHEMIST
ALARUM
ANARAZEL
VANISHING POINT
INFERNAL METHOD
T.D.E.B.N
WHITEHORSE
TRUTH CORRODED
CLAGG
SWITCHBLADE
SHIGELLA
DARKEST DAWN
MYTILE VEY LORTH
SKINLESS
FRANKENBOK
THE FUROR
FUCK I’M DEAD
DREADNAUGHT
POD PEOPLE
SCHIFOSI
MINUS LIFE
EBOLIE
CONTRIVE
INANE EMINENCE
LORD
LOG
KILL FOR SATAN
1-2-SEPPAKU
BLOOD DUSTER
CAPTAIN CLEANOFF
GOSPEL OF THE HORNS
M.S.I.
EARTH
SAKKUTH
ANTONAMASIA
RUINS
4 DEAD
SAMSARA
CHOKE
GHASTLY

It’s the last one ever so you might as well support it if you have nothing better to do:)

el 12:47 pm 02 Nov 06

(The last ever) Metal For the Brain, Uni of Canberra on Saturday.

http://www.metalforthebrain.com/

morgan 9:57 am 02 Nov 06

Canberra Shorts tonight at the Holy Grail from 8pm… http://www.canberrashorts.com

Jey 9:43 am 02 Nov 06

ugh
sorry

Jey 9:43 am 02 Nov 06

The Canberra Gay & Lesbian Qwire presents

THE POWER OF SONG
– songs of love and change
Some of the greatest songs of the 20th century were calls for radical change and an end to the fearsome conflicts of the Cold War. They were
revolutionary messages about justice and peace arising out of the countercultural movements of the 60s and 70s. ‘The Power of Song’, the Canberra Gay & Lesbian Qwire’s 2006 concert, brings
many of these great songs back to life and new meaning in the 21st century.
This concert is going to be one of the Qwire’s best: beautiful a cappella and stunning accompanied arrangements of such classics as John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’, great 60s numbers from the era of flower power, and contemporary medleys combining favourites from the decades of protest.
The Qwire is delighted to be singing in this concert with guest choirs Canberra Union Voices and the Sydney Solidarity Choir.
Come along for the ride back to the radical past and into the future where politics and protest as popular movements are returning with a vengeance.

The Power of Song Saturday 4 November, 7.30pm, Llewellyn Hall, ANU School of Music
Tickets available through Canberra Ticketing and Qwire members: $25, $18 concession

This is a Springout Event

For further info re the concert and the Qwire check out the website:
http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/1494/index.html

Jey 9:42 am 02 Nov 06

The Canberra Gay & Lesbian Qwire presents

THE POWER OF SONG
– songs of love and change

Some of the greatest songs of the 20th century were calls for radical change
and an end to the fearsome conflicts of the Cold War. They were
revolutionary messages about justice and peace arising out of the
countercultural movements of the 60s and 70s.
‘The Power of Song’, the Canberra Gay & Lesbian Qwire’s 2006 concert, brings
many of these great songs back to life and new meaning in the 21st century.
This concert is going to be one of the Qwire’s best: beautiful a cappella
and stunning accompanied arrangements of such classics as John Lennon’s
‘Imagine’, great 60s numbers from the era of flower power, and contemporary
medleys combining favourites from the decades of protest.
The Qwire is delighted to be singing in this concert with guest choirs
Canberra Union Voices and the Sydney Solidarity Choir.
Come along for the ride back to the radical past and into the future where
politics and protest as popular movements are returning with a vengeance.

The Power of Song Saturday 4 November, 7.30pm, Llewellyn Hall, ANU School of
Music
Tickets available through Canberra Ticketing and Qwire members: $25, $18
concession

This is a Springout Event

For further info re the concert and the Qwire check out our website:
http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/1494/index.html

simto 9:15 am 02 Nov 06

I’m sure John’s prepared to give directions to those attending the cricket…

Otherwise, I’ll attempt to culture you folks by mentioning local theatre – Centrepiece Theatre’s final show for the year kicks off tonight at the Street Theatre studio – Dario Fo’s “Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay”, a farce from one of the few comedians to win the Nobel Prize for literature. Performances tonight, tomorrow night and Saturday night at 7:30, then for two more weeks.

Thumper 9:05 am 02 Nov 06

I have’nt got the Dogs email yet so I have no idea where it is being held, the Bachanalia that is….

johnboy 9:01 am 02 Nov 06

Of course the most important event is RIotACT’s cricket in the park behind fenner hall, followed by Loadedog’s Backyard Bachanalia.

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