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DIY Wotz on guide for the weekend of 7 May 2010

By johnboy - 6 May 2010 4

Here we are again at the end of a busy week.

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

Just leave your advice in the comments.

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DIY Wotz on guide for the weekend of 7 May 2010
thelozenger 5:35 pm 06 May 10

Sunday 9th- Groovin’ The Moo, Outdoor music festival at University of Canberra.
Tickets are $100 and available from moshtix.
Line up:

Ajax Bag Raiders British India Empire of the Sun Funkoars Grinspoon Illy Jonathan Boulet Kid Koala Presents The Slew Live (USA) Killaqueenz Kisschasy Lisa Mitchell Miami Horror Muph and Plutonic The Only Silverchair Space Invadas Spoon Tegan and Sara Triple J Unearthed Vampire Weekend Yacht Club DJs

giulia 3:02 pm 06 May 10

Rotary Italian Opera Gala

Italian opera favourites performed by national opera stars Roy Best and Joanna Cole, as well as the Melbourne Opera Orchestra, a combined Canberra opera chorus and leading ANU School of Music students.

Saturday 8 May, 7.30pm
Llewellyn Hall
Adults $69.00
Premium $139.00**
Students $35.00
Ticket prices include GST and booking fee. Ticketek transaction fee is additional.
**Includes: great seats, Italian cuisine and wines, meet the artists

In support of ANU School of Music scholarships plus Canberra youth and community projects

Ticketek Tel: 13 28 49 http://www.ticketek.com.au

http://rotaryclubofcanberrasunrise.org.au/ItalianOperaGala.cfm

Matt Sheppard 11:35 am 06 May 10

Impro Match Point

Sunday 9 May, 7:30pm
Tickets : $10
Woden Tradies, Cnr Launceston St and Furzer St
Book on 0416 007 197, or online at http://www.impro.com.au/matchpoint.php?from=ra_comment

A unique night of improvisation with scenes and stories created from audience suggestion that will flow from comedy, cute and quirky to melodrama and potentially dark drama. Four pairs will each perform a 19 minute collection of scenes and stories ‘never to be repeated’!

A great night for those audiences who are fans of improvisation shows like Who’s Line Is It Anyway? and Thank God You’re Here as well as those people looking for an inexpensive new type of theatre experience.

Trunking symbols 10:17 am 06 May 10

Hall Ute Competition and Family Day

Saturday, 08 May 2010, 11:00am – 4:00pm

In addition to the Ute Competition, a number of activities have been organised for the day, including: • All day barbecue • Animal Nursery • A band • Wool spinning • Historic engines • Pony rides • Face Painting • Jumping castle • Interactive children’s activities • “Monster” raffle and more. There is no gate fee and profits from the day will be donated to Camp Quality.

The entry fee for the ute competition is $20 for a maximum of two categories. A late entry fee of $10 will be applied to entries received after 4 May 2010.

The utes will gather at Exhibition Park at 11am and make their way to the Polo Ground at Hall where the activities begin at mid-day.

Location : Polo Ground, Hall

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