24 June 2010

DIY Wotz On Guide for the weekend of 25 June 2010

| johnboy
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So dear Rioters,

What’s worth seeing and doing around town this weekend?

Just post your suggestions in the comments.

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Trunking symbols5:18 pm 25 Jun 10

The first weekend with Julia as PM!

National Capital Dancesports is on at the AIS all weekend. (think – Strictly Ballroom).

Tix at Ticketek. Unfortunatley you can only buy a whole day ticket (like the folk festival). Pity – I’d like to go along for an hour or two, but don’t want to pay for a whole day.

Monster of the Deep said :

Felix the Cat said :

Hall Markets

The Hall Markets website says the next one is on 4 July 2010. 🙁

Yes Hall markets are on the FIRST Sunday of every month bar Jan.
So that would make the next market on the 4th July.


The Ginninderra Village Market is on
10am-3pm on Sunday 27th
O’Hanlon Place, Gold Creek, Nichols.

This newish market is now held on the 4th Sunday of every month.

Come check out quality handmade goods !

Monster of the Deep11:54 am 25 Jun 10

Felix the Cat said :

Hall Markets

The Hall Markets website says the next one is on 4 July 2010. 🙁

The BLIND PIG this Saturday 26th


For just a pretty penny you’ll get to thumb wrestle a strong man, spy in Min Mae’s peep booth, have your future told and see curiosities both unusual and unbelievable and much much more besides!

Part speakeasy, part cabaret and part freak show the BLIND PIG is a one night only event of debauchery, decadence and delights, brought to you by the folks at the Blue Marquessa.

*Due to inflation a pretty penny now equal in value to a cool $10.

Come on down to the QL2 Theatre, Saturday June 26th from 8.30pm. Latecomers risk missing out on some of the one time only entertainments. $10 entry.

Profits from both these events go towards covering costs of The Blue Marquessa, an original new show that will be playing at the Street Theatre in Nov/Dec 2010, featuring performers Min Mae, Fifi Noir, Jane Schofield, Adam Hadley, Spike Thompson, Alexander Stevenson and Elena Kirschbaum. Thanks for your support!!

Sunday 27th at The Front in Lyneham:

SOUND BITES: Bite-sized pieces for winds, electronics and drums: from Buenos Aires, Cöthen, New York, Melbourne and Canberra: by Bach, Blake, Piazzolla, Tsiavos and Edwards.

Come and hear a veritable forest of bassoons and the mighty tarogato, plus some more familiar horns and hitty things, all from the comfort of the Front’s friendly furniture.

Those responsible: Ian Blake, Miroslav Bukovsky, Nicole Canham, Col Hoorweg, Zoey Pepper and Niels Rosendahl.

Two shows: 3pm and 6pm. $10 at the door.


Felix the Cat8:54 pm 24 Jun 10

Computer Fair at Epic
Hall Markets

Les Lozenger8:37 pm 24 Jun 10

Sorry that date should read Friday June 25th !

Les Lozenger8:36 pm 24 Jun 10

Fri June 24th
Fright Night – 30th anniversary of Friday The 13th!
Holy Grail Civic

The 30th anniversary of the man behind the mask. Featuring:

The Flat Earth Confederacy
Flight Or Fall
Reign Of terror
Corporate Takedown

Doors at 8pm

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