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DIY Wotz on guide for the weekend of 31 October

By johnboy - 31 October 2008 28

Greetings again Rioters!

So what things are worth seeing and doing in the entertaining capital of Australia this weekend?

Just leave your suggestions in the comments.

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DIY Wotz on guide for the weekend of 31 October
quostatus 6:52 pm 30 Oct 08

Itchy Triggers at Gold Creek Tavern Saturday night 8-11.

MellyG 6:07 pm 30 Oct 08

that was supposed to say (an exhibition), but anyway…

MellyG 6:06 pm 30 Oct 08

Local photograper Cole Bennets presents:

Coulorophobia – fear of clowns.(and exhibition)
Opens Friday, October 31. 6pm
Canberra Contemporary Art Space
Gorman House, Braddon.

“For as long as I can remember, the sight of a clown causes the room to draw in on itself. My hands become clammy, heart rate raises. I look for the exit…
It’s time to face fear.”

… and …

The New Black:

Come see a FREE play reading of a new work by Melbourne playwright Robert Reid responding to the Bill Henson controversy.

Featuring local actors Robert De Fries and Emma Gibson, come support this world premier performance, which makes up the first half of the Hunting Season’s Safari Exchange program with Melbourne.

8pm Friday October 31st
DNA Studios Gorman House Braddon FREE

New Yeah 5:23 pm 30 Oct 08

tylersmayhem said :

Tuggers Hyperdome Indoor Markets

“C’mon down to the Hyper-D…once is never enough”.

Word!

Gee tylers, I hope it wasn’t you in those ads!

tylersmayhem 3:50 pm 30 Oct 08

Tuggers Hyperdome Indoor Markets

“C’mon down to the Hyper-D…once is never enough”.

Word!

Wide Boy Jake 3:38 pm 30 Oct 08

Computer Fair EPIC Saturday 10AM – 2:30PM> Admission $3.00, kids free.

Genie 3:36 pm 30 Oct 08

Tuggers Hyperdome Indoor Markets
Friday and Saturday located down near Medicare.

AlpineViper 2:46 pm 30 Oct 08

Stonefest on Tomorrow evening and Saturday, of course.
http://www.stonefest.com.au/main.html

Manageable Ann 12:56 pm 30 Oct 08

Didn’t make a lot of sense that last one, sorry about that, if its not clear let me know.

Manageable Ann 12:55 pm 30 Oct 08

Pot Belly Battle of the Bands this Saturday and I still need bands for this saturday and the other heats, if you feel like a play ( this Staurday would be THE BEST)on withere the 1st of Nov, 8th Nov or 15th Nov email me: seansme@hotmail.com

or ring: 0450 318 071

Nice work!

Jazz 11:38 am 30 Oct 08

how could you miss the RiotACT annual bicycle bar crawl!!!

Tonka 10:48 am 30 Oct 08

Final show ever at the greenroom on Saturday night.

It sucks ass to have to say goodbye to the room.

Doors 5pm, Bands are Black Creek, Penguin, Tonk and Spoil, 18+, $20..

Overheard 10:19 am 30 Oct 08

Thanks, Granny. It was originally intended as a post (with dates included in original) but probably more appropriate as a ‘Wotz On’ or notice, especially given the very fine goings on that are going on and affiliated (sp?) with the Canberra Musicians Club that weekend (http://www.canberramusiciansclub.org.au/). Apologies for any confusion.

Granny 9:59 am 30 Oct 08

JB, I should add that the dates for the Majors Creek music festival are the 14th, 15th and 16th November.

johnboy 9:31 am 30 Oct 08

Overheard made the following suggestion:

    Music at the Creek is an annual festival presented by the Braidwood Folk Club (BFC).

    Music at the Creek is a festival of music, dance and poetry. While its primary focus has been on folk music, BFC encourage a range of other acoustic genres, especially from young, or new and emerging acts.

    The festival is small, family friendly, and based around the local recreation reserve at Majors Creek (approx 14kms past Braidwood on the road to Araluen).

    At the Creek you can mingle with the renowned and the not so famous in a spirit of festivity and fun.

    Join us at beautiful Majors Creek for a warm and friendly festival. Performances, music, song, dancing, poetry, kids’ activities, song (yeah, that’s twice but there’s heaps of that), sessions, workshops, blackboard performances.

    Performers include: Ange Takats * DJ Gosper and the Karismakatz * Rose Bygrave * Soursob Bob * The Go Set * Ami Williamson * Chris Aronsten * Craig and Simone Dawson * Dr Stovepipe * Fred Smith * Mothers of Intention * Mr Fibby * The Ellis Collective * The Hottentots * The Jim Stubbs Backing Band * Tongue and Groove * Trev Dunham * Vorn Doolette * and stacks more.

    Early bird tickets on sale until 3 November. $55 adult (weekend); $33 youth (weekend); $165 family = 2A+2Y (weekend). Lots of other ticket prices on the web-site.

    More information here.

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