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Amy Meredith hit the road - Win tickets!

26/05/2011 by OutInCanberra

OutInCanberra caught up with Amy Meredith guitarist Joel Chapman - on the road for their Higher Education tour. As a band, you’ve come a long way in a very short period of time. What has been the highlight for Amy Meredith so far?

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Start the day @ Italian Kitchen

26/05/2011 by Jil Hogan

We're always told to never judge a book by its cover. But when it comes to dining, it's so easy to make assumptions and be drawn to the sleekest, most stylish venues. All of this went right out the window when I went along to The Italian Kitchen at Kaleen to try their new breakfast menu. Initially arriving at the Kaleen shops, The Italian Kitchen tends to blend in amongst the other suburban shop exteriors.

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Handmade Market @ National Convention Centre Canberra

26/05/2011 by OutInCanberra

Handmade Market, Canberra's Quarterly Upmarket, brings together talented artists, designers, stylists, craftspeople and gourmets all at the National Convention Centre on Saturday June 11th. It is a unique event to connect the makers of beautiful things to people who appreciate quality, handcrafted and locally designed items. The market features over 120 retailers, including new designers Princess Perfect, Heaven in Earth, Art of Switch, annie & belle and Miss Lulu Clothing. Open from 10am - 4pm. Entry is free. For more information visit www.handmademarket.com.au.

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In The Next Room @ Canberra Theatre Centre

26/05/2011 by OutInCanberra

The perfect remedy for illness - just lift your petticoats ladies! For the wife of eminent scientist and inventor Dr Givings, the vagaries of the medical field have never held much allure. Until now. Unable to breastfeed her baby and desperately lonely, Mrs Givings seeks companionship in two of her husband's patients-and soon discovers the truth of what goes on at his practice. What exactly is the revolutionary treatment he administers to females suffering from hysterical disorders? And why is his important medical invention called The Chattanooga Vibrator?

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Human Rights Arts and Festival @ National Film and Sound Archives

23/05/2011 by OutInCanberra

The Human Rights Arts and Film Festival (HRAFF), an annual Melbourne-based event will be arriving again in Canberra, from the 26th to the 29th of May at the National Film and Sound Archives. Internationally acclaimed films Hands Up (2010), 12th and Delaware (2010), Enemies of the People (2009) and War Don Don (2010) will play at the National Film and Sound Archive.

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Win double passes to Little White Lies

19/05/2011 by OutInCanberra FreeStuff

Guillaume Canet has assembled an outstanding cast of some of France's finest actors - headed by Academy Award-winning Marion Cotillard - to make Little White Lies; an entertaining and acutely observed drama of manners. A group gathering is hosted every year by a couple at their beautiful beach house where they kick-off their summer vacation by celebrating the birthday of one of the gang. Fun, fine wine and seafood mix with sun and sand as they all leave their city stresses and inhibitions behind.

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Canberra Charity Fashion Show @ Hotel Realm

17/05/2011 by OutInCanberra

The cream of the crop in Canberra designers and labels gathered at Hotel Realm on Saturday 14th May for the Canberra Charity Fashion Show. Following a steady stream of talented Canberra designers leaving the city, organiser Japna Singh decided to take action. "The night was really to raise awareness of local Canberra designers," she says. "So many designers move to Sydney and Melbourne. So the plan was to get everything together in the one room and really promote local designers."

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Raiders Vs Bulldogs @ Canberra Stadium

16/05/2011 by OutInCanberra

Don't miss when the Canberra Raiders take on the Bulldogs at Canberra Stadium on Friday 20th May. Season 2011 is more than another year; it is the club's 30th year anniversary. The season promises to be an exciting time for our great club. The signing of NSW and Australian front rower Brett White further strengthens our already dominant forward pack. Whilst last year's up and comers such as Josh Dugan, Jarrod Croker, and Joel Thompson have now proven they have what it takes to be future NRL superstars.

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WIN tickets to a special advanced screening of Get Low

13/05/2011 by OutInCanberra

Get Low is a heart-warming comedic fable set deep in the heart of Tennessee where, for years, townsfolk have been terrified of hermit, Felix Bush (Robert Duvall). When one day he rides into town asking to hold his own 'living' funeral party, wily salesman and funeral parlor owner Frank Quinn (Bill Murray) enlists his gentlemanly apprentice, Buddy Robinson (Lucas Black), to win over Felix’s business.

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Groovin The Moo Rocks Canberra

13/05/2011 by Jil Hogan

As the sun beamed down on The Meadows at University of Canberra, a sell-out crowd of 15,000 streamed through the gates for Groovin The Moo. It's not often that such a massive lineup of local and international acts is in one place in Canberra, and music-hungry punters didn't need much encouragement to come along.

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