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DIY Wotz on guide for the weekend of 9 April

By johnboy 9 April 2010 5

So boys and girls, now’s your time to shine.

Let the rest of Canberra know what’s worth seeing and doing this weekend around town.

Just let rip in the comments.

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trevar 10:13 am 10 Apr 10

‘When He Was Famous’: a Youth Week production written by local playwright Seth Robinson.

Battlecat 4:31 pm 09 Apr 10

Tuggeranong United vs Canberra FC, 8pm tonight at Deakin Stadium. Heading there now, see you all there.

Lazy I 4:08 pm 09 Apr 10

Krav Maga Canberra are running a stand-up fighting workshop.

Workshop is open to the public and no previous Krav Maga / Martial Arts training is required.

Cost is $30 pp, let them know if you plan on going.

Full details available on the site:

Matt Sheppard 1:07 pm 09 Apr 10

Playing House

Friday 9 April 7:30pm
Saturday 10 April 7:30pm
Sunday 11 April 7:30pm
Tickets : $10
Canberra Youth Theatre’s C Block Theatre, Gorman House Arts Centre (Batman Street, Braddon)
Book on 1300 851 055 or at

The saying is you can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family, but during these shows, audiences will get that chance. ‘Playing House’ allows the audience to choose characters to become “The Jones'” and this family will present ‘a day in the life of the Jones” during the course of the second act.

Everyone has a family member that’s a little bit quirky, embarrassing or just plain hilarious! This show gives the audience a chance to share……or inflict that type of relative on an unsuspecting family and then laugh at the consequences. The audience will be witness to a whole new set of funny, quirky and memorable family moments that they helped create.

The first half of the shows will be playful and fun short-form sketches to ascertain exactly which characters will become part of the “Jones'” for the ‘day in the life’ format in the second half.

A fun family night is assured so come along and join Impro ACT for a night of ‘Playing House’. Be sure to book your tickets in advance to ensure you don’t miss out!

thedarlings 12:56 pm 09 Apr 10

Ah, we just composed a post about the inagural Canberra Tweed Walk this Sunday starting at 1.30, meeting at Reid Park opposite the end of ANZAC Parade.

This is pretty much the same idea as Canberra’s Tweed Ride, but it will be a gentle 40-minute walk instead.

We hope it will be a chance for people who enjoy a more elegant take on sportswear to enjoy a stroll in Canberra in good company. All free, no commerical anything, just an excuse for a nice walk in a nice place wearing nice clothes. More info at

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