What's on in Canberra's arts scene from November 25
Alanna Maclean The Canberra premiere of this musical benefits from excellent performances by both its older and younger cast members.
Peter Haynes Two exhibitions – one of still life paintings and another celebrating the natural world – at Form Gallery in Queanbeyan are a pleasure to visit, says Peter Haynes.
Ron Cerabona Phoenix Players presents the Canberra premiere of the award-winning musical about German adolescents grappling with romance and sexuality in a repressive environment.
Karen Viggers Pets get top billing in a new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, a series of portraits of artists and their furry, feathered friends.
Bree Winchester There are more than 142,000 Canberrans with a LinkedIn profile - and we've zeroed in on the top five profiles.
Ron Cerabona Larry Kramer's semi-autobiographical play about the early years of the AIDS crisis is being presented by Everyman Theatre.
Natasha Rudra Hannah Kent had one of the most talked about debut novels in Australia. Now she's back with her second novel - The Good People - and is heading to Canberra to discuss it.
Ron Cerabona Oliver Goldsmith's 18th century play was highly influential and contains many comic elements still in use today.
Karen Hardy Will Adam Sharp be a match for The Rosie Project's Don Tillman? We talk to Graeme Simsion before his Canberra visit.
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NEWCASTLE artist Jane Parkes has opened her fourth exhibition of works at Cooks Hill Galleries.
RECENT rainfall might be the last in a while, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s seasonal outlook.
A new chain of daycare centres in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie is set to ease some of the ...
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