Saturday, 30 April 2016
Every Saturday from 12:00pm to 5:00pm the charcuterie (cured meat board) and fresh oysters are half price and Aperol Spritz' are only $10 at Parlour Wine Room.
The National Library of Australia and the National Library of China have put together an exhibition showcasing over 300 years of Chinese culture and tradition. Exhibiting drawings and paintings of Beijing's iconic palaces, beautiful maps, books and prints never before seen in Australia, this is surely an exhibition not to be missed.
Do the Lake George Range walk to the highest point on the Lake George Range. Great views of Lake George and the Federal Highway winding its way to Sydney. Walking shoes with good gripping soles required. It is advisable to bring a bottle of water, and a warm jacket if it is going to be chilly.
Following his instructions to “No longer mourn for me when I am dead” (Sonnet 71), on Saturday 30 April 2016, individuals, communities, and institutions around the world are joining together to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.
As The Street’s contribution to the international movement, audiences will be given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience some of the most beautiful love poetry ever written. Over the course of one epic, poetic evening we’ll feel the power of Shakespeare's 400-year-old words celebrating eternal love, immortal beauty, and the soul's depths.
Read by renowned Shakespearean actor, William Zappa, and featuring stellar countertenor Tobias Cole, with musical accompaniment by Benn Sutcliffe, The Sonnets Out Loud is an experience that you will not find repeated.
Join a Library guide for a journey around the building and discover the stories in the Reading Rooms and public spaces. Bookings not required, however a minimum of two weeks notice is required for group bookings.
Tour the vineyard, winery and barrel room with the owner, winemaker or cellar door manager, and participate in a tutored tasting of 6 wines. Notes provided. Approx 45 minutes in duration. Designed for groups of 8 or more, but we can cater for smaller groups.
$7.50 or $12.50
Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinema is stopping by Canberra for a massive fourth season. After being embraced by The Capital over the last few, the organisers have once again turned everything up a notch - setting up on the stunning Patrick White Lawns, by the National Library for the season which kicks off on Thursday 14th January and runs right through to Sunday 21st February 2016