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Weekend Artsday / Dancers host tradition cruise

Australian Dance Celebration member Stefanie Lekkas making ready for the Tradition Cruise.

AUSTRALIAN Dance Celebration is staging lake cruises aboard the “Gull” zero-emissions boat. There will be guided walks in addition to three dance and music performances. First cruise this weekend begins from the Crescent Viewing Deck, Acton, 10.30am-2.30pm, October 28.

IN the thirteenth annual “Come Alive Pageant of Museum Theatre”, younger individuals make little performs primarily based on the tales in our cultural establishments. Liangis Theatrette, Nationwide Portrait Gallery, Saturday October 28-29, then on November 1, 2 and 5.

PLEIN air native artist Sylvie Carter who has been exhibiting her landscapes, “Valleys Views and Vines”, at Rusten Home in Queanbeyan, is shifting the present to Lake George Vineyard, with a launch there on Saturday, October 29 from 4pm. The present runs till January 29.

Visitor choose, Kate Mulvany.

THE Q, Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre, has introduced star successful actor, playwright, screenwriter, librettist, and playwright Kate Mulvany as visitor choose for this yr’s “Ambassador” competitors for monologues. Entrants ought to report their favourite movie or tv monologue and ship through WeTransfer or just like jordan.greatest@qprc.nsw.gov.au by 5pm, Monday, October 31.

MUSICACT Music awards nominations are actually open right here till Friday, November 4 for ACT-based artists or trade employees, to be introduced on the “MAMAs” on December 13.

CAPITAL Arts Patrons’ Group (CAPO) has prolonged the deadline for its 2022 grant spherical till Saturday, November 5. Apply right here

weekend dance

  • TUGGERANONG Arts Centre’s Recent Funk “Recent Confronted” Younger Choreographers Initiative can be featured in 4 exhibits at Tuggeranong Arts Centre: Friday, October 28, 7.30pm; Saturday, October 29, at 5pm and seven.30pm; Sunday, October 30, 5.30pm.
  • CANBERRA Mandolin Orchestra, the Monaro Folks Society and Dance Delights are holding a day feast of social dance music and demonstrations titled “Settlers, Sheds and Ballrooms”. Folks Dance Corridor, 114 Maitland Road, Hackett, from 2pm, Sunday, October 30.
  • FLAZÉDA Hub is presenting a Halloween version of “Burlesque Brunch”, that includes “beautiful ghouls, horny skeletons, a contact of sophistication and a complete lotta (s)ass!” at Flazeda Hub, Unit 4/68 Emu Financial institution, Belconnen, 11am, Sunday, October 30.

Weekend live shows

  • PERFORMED by Andrew Goodwin, Riley Lee, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra and choirs, Chris Latham’s POW Requiem will inform tales from the Fall of Singapore, the Thai Burma Railroad, the internship of German, Italian and Japanese civilians in Australia and the songs from the “ Changi Songbook”. Llewellyn Corridor, 1pm, Saturday October 29.
  • OMEGA Ensemble carry out Copland’s explosive Sextet alongside modern masterpieces from Bryce Dessner and Missy Mazzoli, and a brand new work from younger Australian expertise Alex Turley and world-premiere works from American composers Nico Muhly and Christopher Cerrone. At Ainslie Arts Middle Important Corridor, 7pm, Friday, October 28.
  • LEISA Eager presents “Olivia: I Truthfully Love You”, a celebration of the musical journey of Olivia Newton-John. The “B”, Bicentennial Corridor, 7.30pm, October 28, with a Morning Melodies model at 11am.
  • GREEK Fringe is presenting the uncooked sound of rebetika, music from the Greek underground in “Rebetiko Caravan”, led by Greek musical virtuoso Fotis Vergopoulos with a line-up of native musicians. Smith’s Different, 7pm, Friday, October 28.
  • ZIMBABWEAN-born “First Woman of Soul” and R&B and storyteller, Thndo and band are coming to city with “The Reintroduction Tour”, at The Road Theatre, 8pm, Friday, October 28.
  • THREE guitarists – Duncan Sargeant, Sam Roberts and Trilce (Rey Castro on guitar and Ginette Carrard on flute) will play music from Latin America. Wesley Music Centre, 3pm, Sunday, October 30.
  • “TO Barbra, With Love: an eightieth Birthday Celebration”, a tribute to Barbra Streisand, because of have performed on the Canberra Theater on October 28-9, has been postponed to February .

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