Article Archive

June 29, 2016

Secure your 2011 Brumbies membership

22/10/2010 by OutInCanberra

More Teams, More Games, More Local Derbies, More Tries, More Rugby and More Reasons to Stand As One with the CA Technologies Brumbies in 2011.


Liebe Bluhm vintage frock parade this Frocktober

21/10/2010 by OutInCanberra

Just six weeks ago a local Canberra girl heard about Frocktober, the month long charity event raising money for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation, and saw an opportunity to bring the awareness-raising celebration to the nation’s capital. With a small committee of eight volunteers, the Frocktober Canberra team have fresh and innovative ideas to boost knowledge and awareness of this cause throughout the Canberra community.


Stonefest 2010 @ University of Canberra

20/10/2010 by OutInCanberra

The Frontier Touring Company, in association with the University of Canberra's entertainment division UC LIVE!, are thrilled to be hosting another anticipated Stonefest Festival, scheduled for Saturday 30 October 2010 at the University of Canberra. Stonefest has previously hosted an array of highly reputable local and international artists including Cut Copy, The Waifs, Paul Kelly (Stonefest 2007), Faker, Grinspoon, The Dandy Warhols (2008), Josh Pyke, Children Collide, British India, The Living End and Birds of Tokyo (2009).


NewActon's breakfast haven

20/10/2010 by Sarah Watt

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and after visiting Urban Food Store + Cafe, I am inclined to agree. Two friends and I decided to have a lazy catch-up over breakfast before work on a glorious Canberra spring day.


Sound Search: VOTE NOW

18/10/2010 by OutInCanberra

We're looking for Canberra's hottest band and DJ to play at this year's Foreshore. The winners will sit on a stellar line-up, alongside Temper Trap + Tiesto and play to more than 10,000 punters. The choice is YOURS, vote for your favourite local band and DJ NOW. Just by voting you'll go into the draw to WIN a double VIP Foreshore experience. ...Browse artists, listen to tracks + VOTE NOW


Austen Tayshus presents 'Season of Comedy'

18/10/2010 by OutInCanberra

Austen Tayshus presents Season of Comedy at Casino Canberra. Every Thursday from 14 October to 2 December you can catch great comedy with Austen Tayshus and two new support comedians, every week. This Thursday (October 21) Greg Kimball and James Priest will take to the stage for 90 minutes worth of laughs.


Amy Meredith @ The Maram

15/10/2010 by Steph Dagmar

Tuggeranong turned up in force to support rising pop-kings, Amy Meredith. Performing at the newly refurbished, Maram, the group were touring their debut album Restless. Opening the evening were Dirty Secrets and The Take. Both bands ably supported Amy Meredith and mostly succeeded in luring the crowds towards the stage. Dirty Secrets in particular performed well with their blend of nu-wave rock, infusing driving beats with the melodic vocals of lead-singer, Jarrah McCleary.


Hungry Kids of Hungary visit Canberra next month

15/10/2010 by OutInCanberra

While the mere mention of their name often invokes raised eyebrows and amused smiles among the uninitiated, Brisbane four-piece Hungry Kids of Hungary produce music that inspires equal measures of curiosity and joy. Dressing their immaculate indie tunes with a healthy dose of 60s pop sensibility and lashings of soul HKoH have wasted no time in carving out a name for themselves on the Australian music scene with a quartet of radio singles and their relentless Touring regime.


ACTTAB Melbourne Cup Race Day 2010 @ Thoroughbred Park

12/10/2010 by OutInCanberra

If you can't make the trip down south, there is only one place you really have to be in Canberra on Melbourne Cup day - Thoroughbred Park. The ACTTAB Melbourne Cup Race Day is one of the biggest social events of the year for racing fans, socialites and fashionistas alike, who will witness the running of the Melbourne Cup on the big screen in Flemington whilst surrounded by the atmosphere and excitement of local racing. And this year the Melbourne Cup celebrates its 150th year.


Review: Cirque Mother Africa @ Canberra Theatre Centre

12/10/2010 by Steph Dagmar

It was a melting pot of African culture and circus theatrics as the Canberra Theatre welcomed Mother Africa to its stage. Combining explosive acrobats, energetic dances, traditional music and much more, Mother Africa certainly lived up to its description as a 'Circus of the Senses'. The show combined the talents of entertainers from nine African countries, who leapt and performed to the audiences' delight.