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Tag: entertainment

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,

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.

Book talk: Books about entertainers

Jeff Popple reviews three books involving actors, musicians and a television presenter. More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog.

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.

ANU School of Music connecting with Canberrans

The Australian National University’s School of Music has established a brand-new community advisory board, with a line-up of respected and diverse members to connect with Canberrans.

Canberra Theatre welcomes back audiences with Link Bar series

It will have been 135 days since the Canberra Theatre welcomed an audience in for a paid performance when their Link Bar series commences Friday, 7 August.

Lack of reform to Canberra sound laws causes frustration

Peak body MusicACT have expressed their frustration with over 12 years of ACT Government inaction on reforming Canberra’s sound laws.

Where You Are Festival launched!

Where You Are Festival – It’s time to experience Canberra’s newest events, and there’s no better place than “where you are”. Canberra is well and truly on the move again, and it’s time...

Rising Canberra filmmaker awarded for short film ‘Idol’

Earlier this month at the Sydney Film Festival, Canberra filmmaker Alex Wu won the Dendy Live Action Short Award for best Australian short film for Idol.

Convert your outdoor space with a fire pit

Just because the temperature drops, doesn’t mean you can’t still spend time outdoors.

Canberra Theatre launch free streaming service

The Canberra Theatre's new free streaming service utilises their facilities, supports local artists, and allows Canberrans to engage with the arts.

Canberra arts go digital in the COVID-19 era

Over the course of the last month, the ramifications of the COVID-19 public gathering requirements have caused a shake-up in the Canberra arts scene.