Article Archive

July 31, 2014

Havana Brown ran the night at Academy on Friday!

28/07/2014 by Carly Devine

Girls' Night Out was last Friday night at Academy, and the headline act was the gorgeous Havana Brown. Since the release of her debut single We Run the Night, the talented DJ has added 'singer' and 'dancer' to her professional title while well as making waves across Australia and the US.

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A Whole New Flavour at PJ O'Reilly's Tugggeranong

23/07/2014 by Carly Jade Devine

Upon entering PJ O’Reilly’s in Tuggeranong you immediately feel the warmth and comfort provided by the friendly staff and happy customers. As a well-known dining and bar venue situated in the very heart of Tuggeranong, PJ’s has been South Canberra’s best Irish pub for more than 11 years. But it’s not all about refreshing drinks and good time spent chatting at the bar. Within PJ’s you will find The Dublin Grill which caters for all – whether it’s families and friends enjoying a five- star pub meal, or colleagues winding down after a hard day.

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Monty Python Live (mostly) show - Win Tickets

23/07/2014 by OutInCanberra

Monty Python rightfully hold a place amongst the world’s finest ever comedians, influencing a generation and revolutionising comedy on their way to greatness. The historic last night of the Monty Pythons Live (mostly) show from London’s The 02 concert arena is to be broadcast in cinemas across Australia on Wednesday August 6th.

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Crooked Colours - Live at Transit Bar

22/07/2014 by Jen Taylor

Every band that comes to Canberra these days comments on how cold it is and how grateful they are that people actually braved the cruel outside world to attend their gig. We do like to think of ourselves as sort of understated superheroes, though Transit Bar did seem to take longer than normal to fill up on the night of Crooked Colours’ album tour.

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Once My Mother Preview Screening and Director Q&A - WIN Tickets

18/07/2014 by OutInCanberra

Once My Mother is a quite extraordinary documentary feature by director Sophie Turkiewicz, which opens at Greater Union Manuka on July 24. With thanks to TM Publicity we have 10 double passes to the preview screening and live Q&A with Sophia on Monday 21st July at 6:30pm at Greater Union Manuka. To enter, fill in the form on the right and tell us why you NEED these exclusive tickets!

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Rat & Co - Live at Transit Bar

14/07/2014 by Jen Taylor

Mention Rat & Co to the general populace and they might not know who you’re talking about – as soon as you say it’s the project of Chet Faker’s bass player, Josh Delaney, people quickly catch up. The key question when attending Transit Bar to see them play was whether this would overshadow them in any way – associations can either make or ruin an act.

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Flyying Colours - Live at Transit Bar

14/07/2014 by Jen Taylor

Free gigs have their pros and cons – an interesting and diverse crowd of rowdy people were at Transit Bar on the Friday night of Flyying Colours’ gig.

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Win tickets to BARTLEBY

14/07/2014 by OutInCanberra

Did you ever want to live in the office? Take your pants off? Show your human side? A brand new stage version of American writer Herman Melville’s classic story, pitting humanity against the demands of efficiency, set here in the contemporary Australian office opens at The Street from July 26th for a world premiere season to August 3rd.

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Rat & Co live at Transit Bar this Thursday

09/07/2014 by OutInCanberra

Scooping up stellar reviews across the globe Melbourne four-piece Rat & Co’s second album Binary is indeed one of the year’s finest. The brainchild of Chet Faker bass player Josh Delaney, Rat & Co takes the mesmeric melodies of downtempo electronica act Boards of Canada and combines them with the warmth and excitement of live instrumentation.

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Ainslie's Comedy Frenzy

08/07/2014 by OutInCanberra

Ainslie Football Club's Comedy Frenzy returns with a double header, featuring Luke Heggie and David Smiedt!

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