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Category: Nightlife

Take 5 with Nicholas Milton, CSO artistic director

CSO artistic director Nicholas Milton announced in 2019 that this year would be his last in the role after a fruitful 15 years.

Phil Scott of Wharf Revue: Take 5

Phil Scott has returned to the Canberra Theatre as part of local favourite The Wharf Revue for their Goodnight and Goodluck tour,

Tallagandra Hill’s live music a ‘revelation’ ahead of Rising Star festival

Next month’s Tallagandra Hill Rising Star Music Festival will feature three and a half hours of live music from five Canberra-based artists.

Indigenous drag queen MadB is full of love

Not an activist for gay rights, trans rights or Indigenous rights, Canberra’s Indigenous diva, drag queen delight MadB fights for everyone’s right to be who they are and love who they love.  MadB...

Take 5: Rai Thistlethwayte of Thirsty Merc

Virtuoso musician and singer/songwriter of Thirsty Merc, Rai Thistlethwayte is heading to Kambri at ANU this weekend, Saturday 21 November.

Canberra Symphony Orchestra looks to new beginnings

Late last month, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO) announced a dynamic 2021 season as they enter a transitional phase.

Julian Smiles grinning ahead of CSO’s Live at Llewellyn

Cellist Julian Smiles will grace Llewellyn Hall alongside the Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO) later this month for Live at Llewellyn.

Wil Anderson links up with alma mater to celebrate UC’s 30th

Renowned comedian and UC alumnus Wil Anderson will come to Canberra next month to celebrate UC’s 30th birthday by hosting a live panel event.

Emerging director’s debut work explores ‘Mess’ of isolation

Belco Arts’ latest production, Mess, taps into social isolation and withdrawal by way of the Japanese culture-bound syndrome, hikikomori.

Female comedy showcase sells out Link Bar

Canberra comedian Frankie McNair is one of five female Canberra comics performing at the Canberra Theatre’s Link Bar's comedy showcase.

UC alumnus Wil Anderson to help celebrate university’s 30th birthday

Premier comedian and UC alumnus Wil Anderson will host his alma mater’s 30th anniversary celebration live here in Canberra this November.

Prolific local playwright develops Barren Ground

The third and final First Seen work-in-progress at The Street for 2020, Canberra-based playwright Helen Machalias’ new work Barren Ground.

We Love Local festival unites fine produce and performers

Gundaroo vineyard Tallagandra Hill Winery have decided it was time to start celebrating local artists by establishing the We Love Local Festival.

We like the nightlife, baby!

While Floriade has been a Canberra cultural institution since 1988, over the past decade the event has drawn a new audience by way of NightFest. After just a few short years, the festival’s...

Seasoned star satirist makes hometown return

He’s notoriously referred to as one of the great sledgers of the game. He’s quick with a joke, but more than just a funny bloke. He plays the guitar, can sing like a...

Protest concert rocks Garema Place

It’s a protest concert that has brought the matter of protecting live music and Canberra’s antiquated sound laws back into the hearts, minds and ears of the public. Peak body Music ACT’s free...

Big name artists to descend on Canberra

Big name domestic and international artists are set to descend on Canberra later this year, with packed line-ups released for both Spilt Milk and Stonefest. Spilt Milk, to be held this year on...

Sammy J brings the party

He’s been gracing our screens, stages and airwaves with his comedic musical stylings for years now. And having built a number of different audiences through his work across multiple formats, acclaimed comedian Sammy...

Getting out of the house

Later this month, The Street Theatre will stage the sequel to a classic 19th century Norwegian stage drama that was written, and debuted, some 138 years after the original. US playwright Lucas Hnath’s...