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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Category: Nightlife

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...

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...

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.

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,...

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...

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.