What’s on this (long) weekend? 27th and 29th September 2014

Canfan 30 September 2014 1


Jump up and down, it’s a long weekend! Not only do we have three days off but it’s Spring and forecast for some pretty gorgeous weather – hoorah!

We’ve got a few activities that might be of interest.

Firstly, from some of our team:

Samara Gentle is heading to Nightfest and with all the romantic lighting, it’s perfect for a date!

John Lombard is checking out Equus with the Canberra Repertory Society

Heather Lansdowne is off to Hustle and Scout in the new Fairbairn location on Saturday 2-7pm and might just check out the after party at Chop Shop from 8pm

Emily Morris is going to check out the rather gorgeous Spanish Chef Miguel Maestre at Floriade on Saturday in the hope of absorbing some cooking talent

Emily also plans to take the kids to see Mr Tim at the Nishi Gallery on Monday

Other things that might be of interest:

Pocket Fox celebrate their new single at the Street Theatre on Friday night

The National Portrait Gallery is screening Finding Nemo at 3pm on Saturday

The Transit Bar are having a Bowie Fest on Monday from 3pm

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One Response to What’s on this (long) weekend? 27th and 29th September 2014
The Feldons The Feldons 10:28 am 26 Sep 14

Southern Evolution @ PJs Tuggeranong

11 Acts from 3pm-1am.

The evening rockout: Recent runners up in the Transit Bar Battle of the Bands, Loud So Clear. The first place getters in the very same competition, The Gaps. Alternative rock veterans Tundrel and the soothing female vocals of local favs, Critical Monkee.

The dinner-time chillout: ACT Live Performer of the Year, Dylan Hekimian Music. Local alt-rock chick, Georgia Davis. New local act Raucous Fracas and the girl with the killer voice, Cherie Kotek Lane.

The afternoon warm-up: Canberra’s answer to Queens of the Stone Age, Local Horror. Good-time country bumpkins, Rumshack and the dreamy Midnight-Cinderella.

Hosted by the lovely Cherie Kotek Lane and later hostings by stand-up comic, Eddie “Tedward” Graffham.
$10 entry at the…..entry. Exit free of charge.


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