Entries Tagged as 'Posters'

Lifting Lily

Heath Cullen CD Launch

with Jackie Marshall, Fire on the Hill and Chanel Cole

A Show to Make you Smile

Captain my Captain @ the Phoenix

Woohoo Revue Tonight

Tonight the CMC presents the Woohoo Revue at the charming (if somewhat smelly) MacGregor Hall. Bring your dancing shoes, your prancing pants, your fancy underwear and your choice of mood enhancer (except alcohol, it’s licensed).

Also appearing: Clankenstein, for those that like more clank in their stein.

Costs: $12/10
Doors: 7.30pm

Stu Larsen

Brisbane singer songwriter Stu Larsen comes to town for a single show at MacGregor Hall, Acton, supported by brilliant local singer songwriters Cathy Petocz and Julia (Johnson) and the Deep Sea Sirens. Friday 11th Dec, kicks off at 8pm, costs $10/8, it’s licensed and it’s brought to you by the Canberra Musicians Club (click link for map for MacGregor Hall).



The CMC presents: Pedestrian Orchestra Showcase

The Pedestrian Orchestra, a delightful informal open mic night held in shed in an O’Conner back yard each Wednesday night, has put together a showcase of the many performers who have graced their humble stage. Come along and see the likes of:

Fun Machine, James Fahy Trio, Joe Oppenheimer, Bec Taylor and The Tec Baylors, Lady Grey, Beth Monzo, Cuddlefish, Sam Floyd, Adam Cook, Wim Glen, Gemma Norse, Tom Piano and possibly more…

It’s at MacGregor Hall which is not in godforsaken MacGregor, but in Acton, a few blocks from Northbourne Ave at the corner of Marcus Clarke and Barry Drive. There’s a map on the web page (click the image above).

Rafe Returns

The Think Tank @ UC Refectory

Speakeasy Fringe Club

From the 14th-17th of October, the Canberra Musicians Club and Cardboard Charlie bring you the Speakeasy Fringe Club in Street Two as part of the Street Theatre’s Made in Canberra season. Hit the jump for more details.

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Kasha CD Launch

Kasha CD Launch @ MacGregor Hall, Acton, Saturday 17th Oct, 8pm, with Fats Homicide and Hoodlum Shouts.

S.A.D. Sessions Part 2

Medicinal Sunday @ The Front