Erindale Theatre Sunday 19 June 2022 At 5pm and 8pm
Performed by the program’s full cast of 250+ dancers, aged 9 years to adult, the production features 52 dance pieces, exciting lighting and visual components and action-packed commercial hip-hop choreography.
World premiere season New dates – 18 to 25 June 2022 See websitelink below Tickets $35 to $45 Contains coarse language and loud noises, recommended 15+
Written by Luis Gómez Romero and Desmond Manderson, developed and made in Canberra, Twenty Minutes with the Devil is a gripping tale inspired by events leading to the capture of El Chapo, Mexico’s most notorious drug lord, in 2016.
Canberra Textile Works -70 Maclaurin Cres, Chifley. ACT (the former Chifley Primary School) Friday 3 to Sunday 12 June 2022 Open daily 10am to 3pm
Warped and Twisted showcases the diverse work of Canberra Spinners and Weavers’ members. There are 56 works on display employing different weaving techniques as well as knitting, crochet and stitching. Most work is for sale and at very reasonable prices.
Barbie spoke to Alison Leonard from Canberra Spinners and Weavers
Palace Electric Canberra as part of the German Film Festival 115 minutes, rated R18+ German with English subtitles, Until 18 June 2022 Also showing at Palace Cinemas nationally
Those who lived in East Germany between 1950 and 1990 will probably find the title A Stasi Comedy oxymoronic. As other films in this festival, such as the dramas The Last Execution and Dear Thomas show, there was nothing funny about a regime which demanded conformity and required people to betray friends and family members.
A musical fugue and multimedia performance Composer Kate Neal and visual artist Sal Cooper Friday 29 and Saturday 30 April 2022 at 7.30pm
A Street Theatre, Tura New Music and Canberra International Music collaboration, While You Sleep is an immersive theatrical performance offering audiences an aural and visual excursion into parallel worlds of the classic musical fugue and the psychological ‘fugue state’.
It employs hand-drawn animation, live action, video and stop-motion, choreographed alongside the musicians on the stage.
Louie Louie, upstairs at Verity Lane Market Sydney Building, 50 Northbourne Ave, Canberra Thursday 31 March 2022 (one night only)
The Gentleman’s Companion is a new cabaret show. It is based on the popular recipes and cocktails of author Charles H. Baker who travelled the world during prohibition in search of alcoholic beverages and interesting people to drink them with.
Wesley Music Centre Forrest ACT 3pm Saturday 2 April 2022 Soloists Lucy Macourt (violin), Alison Mountain (flute) and Rowan Phemister (harp)
This performance showcases two of Mozart’s dazzling yet lesser-played concerti, the Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major, K. 218 and the Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra in C major, K. 299 – Mozart’s only piece for the harp.
Currently showing at Dendy Canberra Also in limited release in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide Bonsai Films, Australia, 2021, 84 minutes Rated MA+ (strong coarse language) Starring Fergus Wilson and Emma Diaz Directed by James Vaughan
Two privileged millennials team up for a kind of of road movie, described in the blurb as ‘a dryly comic exploration of displacement and ennui in contemporary Australia.’
Dendy Canberra Sunday 27 March, 2022 at 3pm Directed by Jennifer Abbott Unclassified 15+, 85 minutes 1hr 25 minutes Origin: Canada, in English, Spanish and Kichwa with English subtitles
Given that climate change is the largest issue facing humanity as a species, it’s unsurprising that there’s a fresh crop of climate-themed documentaries every year. STF chose this film because it offered a new angle.