30 July 2010

DIY Wotz On Guide for the weekend of 30 July 2010

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Here we go campers, your chance to shine in the local knowledge stakes.

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

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From the Calendar:

The Girls at the Street Theatre
Robert Dowling exhibition at the NGA

headgroggogwog11:37 am 30 Jul 10

COMEDY CLUB presents…Smart Casual

These guys are piss-funny.


Tickets selling fast, contact the TAC Arts Centre to book.

When: Tuesday, August 3
Where: Tuggeranong Arts Centre, 137 Reed Street, Greenway
Time: 8.00pm – 10.00pm
Cost: $10 each (alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks available)
Contact: Mon – Fri on 6293 1443 between 9am and 5pm to book tickets.

Friday, JULY 30
@ The Basement, Canberra



Doors 8pm
$12 entry
2 Cohen St., Belconnen

PROGFEST is a celebration of musicians creating progressive music.
Featuring progressive bands of all styles and genres, from prog, post, psychedelic, art rock & metal and everything in between, PROGFEST is about showcasing bands that think for themselves; bands who rather than simply recreating the music of the mainstream and desperately seeking chart places, have decided to challenge themselves musically and create music with depth and vision.

After the birth of PROGFEST in Melbourne in late 2008, the event slowly travelled around the country over the next 12 months with subsequent events taking place in Sydney, Canberra & Brisbane. Continually building momentum with each show, PROGFEST now returns in 2010, bigger and better than ever, and showcasing the many remarkable progressive bands of all styles this country has to offer in cities across Australia!

PROGFEST hits Canberra on July 30 at the Basement and features an amazing line-up of progressive music including: Taliesin, Ne Obliviscaris (VIC), Sleepmakeswaves (NSW), Nemesphyxia and Futility! PROGFEST is one event not to be missed by any open-minded music fan!



The CMC presents Frau Now @ McGregor Hall a fundraiser for the ACT Women’s Legal Centre with Beth’n’Ben, Purrcussion, Jules Cowley, Lyndell Tutty, CatDogMonkey, Miranda Bradley, The Glaciers. 7.30pm, $10 or $8 for CMC members.

ska at the phoenix, Rubix Cuba, Sat 31st

It’s cabaret and contemporary jazz this weekend @ The Street Theatre!

The Girls – unadulterated cabaret…. Performers Dianna Nixon, Leah Baulch, Hanna Cormick and Hannah Ley create the universal from the personal, through a repertoire of original and existing music, text and original movement, playing from Thursday to Saturday, 7pm + 9pm shows. $25

On Friday, drop in to see an exciting musical world unfold with the Alister Spence Trio, as they play contemporary jazz and improvised music of the highest order. $23/$20/$18 or $30 for both jazz concerts

Come Saturday, see the Ben Winkelman Trio play an all-original contemporary jazz repertoire drawing on diverse influences with an innovative, dynamic result hailed as “splendid […] divine” by the Melbourne Age. $23/$20/$18 or $30 to see both jazz concerts.
To book, call 6247 1223 or go to http://www.thestreet.org.au

Les Lozenger1:27 pm 29 Jul 10

Friday Night at Holy Grail Civic:

Fright Night Part Two – The Revenge Of Chucky,

With the news of the child’s play remake being confirmed we thought we should pay tribute to one of horror’s ultimate legends!


8:30 – 9:00 The Flat Earth Confederacy
9:15 – 9:45 Godomination
10:00 – 10:30 Na Maza
10:45 – 11:15 Winter Gaunt (Syd)
11:30 – 12:00 Corporate Takedown
12:15 – 12:45 Horrorwood Mannequins (Syd)
1:00 – 1:30 Boundless

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