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The Inaugural DIY Wotz On Guide for the weekend of 29-APR-05

johnboy 27 April 2005 37

Well there are so very many of you reading this site, and you all know so very much. So rather than us telling you what’s on this weekend, we’re throwing the ball back in your court.

Welcome to the RiotACT DIY Wotz On Guide.

What are you thinking of going to? What have you heard is on? And, most importantly, what parties can we all turn up to?

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Elisabeth 10:51 am 01 May 05

For those of you who want to get serious…

5pm. Israeli Embassy. 6 Turrana St Yarralumla

A candlelight vigil will be held outside the Israeli Embassy at 5pm on Sunday 15 May to commemorate the 57th anniversary of al-Nakba in which the Palestinians lost 78% of their homeland to the state of Israel and those Palestinians whose lives have been lost in the continuing struggle. Bring candles.

6.30 pm. Reception Room, ACT Assembly Building, London Circuit, Civic

Greens MLA Deb Foskey will chair a public meeting featuring a presentation on the current plight of Palestinians by Rob Gray OAM, a Canberra-based peace activist who has worked in the West Bank and Dr Kevin Bray, who has recently returned from Palestine. The presentation will be followed by a screening of “The Wall”, an Israeli documentary on the barrier that Israel is building through Palestinian land in the West Bank.

A joint public forum by the ACT Refugee Action Committee and Australians for Justice and Peace in Palestine.

andy 4:24 pm 30 Apr 05

the NRG gig was organised by a local… its just got backing from MoS.
Ruth throws awesome parties… always.

wonsworld 5:25 pm 29 Apr 05

noo. . I am Won. . welcome to my world hehe

LurkerGal 5:13 pm 29 Apr 05

Hmm, always thought you were him. oops!

I’m a secret…. Shhhh

wonsworld 4:55 pm 29 Apr 05

ya mean the sometimes rather verbose and “Wonsworld” on the Music Theatre forum? umm thats me to. I think G’s nick there is “Mr Walker” or at least it was during Tommy.

But the question is LG, who are you? *G*

LurkerGal 2:52 pm 29 Apr 05

Dammit on the msn forum it is G!!!! At least, I think it is. Bugger.

LG, foiled again!

wonsworld 1:30 pm 29 Apr 05

ahah!. . G is not me but I agree

LurkerGal 12:15 pm 29 Apr 05

G is for best musical director I’ve ever worked with……………

Glad to hear Jethro doing well. Tell him Ursula said hi.

bonfire 11:40 am 29 Apr 05

im cutting my toenails on saturday, decoking the stanley steamer on sunday.

tickets are available from ticketek

RandomGit 11:33 am 29 Apr 05

Jethro is da bomb bro, he aced his hardware exam BTW.

wonsworld 11:26 am 29 Apr 05

umm G is for?

and hey even I know Jethro

the es-sense 10:31 am 29 Apr 05

As Fred Smith at Tilleys’s is sold out, he’ll play another show at the Polish Club on Sunday Night.

LurkerGal 10:30 am 29 Apr 05

I would indeed!

RandomGit 10:15 am 29 Apr 05

Seussical? You’d know my mate Jethro then.

LurkerGal 10:01 am 29 Apr 05

Sorry G, habit. She was in Seussical with me.

wonsworld 2:17 am 29 Apr 05

err Mrs Mayor? Now ya lost me

johnboy 11:54 pm 28 Apr 05

hmmm, on the one hand I admire the way the Ministry of Sound has developed a global brand in quite a short space of time.

On the other hand they were So Yesterday back in 1996!

At least if you lvied in London.

Hell, if they organise a good event then does it really matter?

andy 11:06 pm 28 Apr 05

Ministry of Sound HardNRG dance party,
Canberra Indoor Rockclimbing Centre, Mitchell.
Tickets $15.00 presale from landspeed, or $20.00 on the door.
Features John Ferris, and a massive lineup of awesome locals, as well as an array of varying harder style music.

atnas 3:55 pm 28 Apr 05

Sounds like another fridge to fridge for the public art walk JB….

Evictor 2:38 pm 28 Apr 05

Grand Final Rematch between ANU and Belconnen at South Oval will be worth a look if the weather stays like this.
Magpies Karaoke in Kippax is always worth a laugh as well – especially Scotty singing his Kasey Chambers tunes.

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