Thursday, 27 October 2016

$10 schnitty @ Rose Cottage

Thursday night is $10 schnitty night at Rose Cottage.

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$12 schnitzel @ Ainslie Football and Social Club

Enjoy a deliciously hand crumbed chicken schnitzel, fried to perfection. Served with salad, house fries and your choice of sauce for just $12.

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$15 Rump steak night @ Little Brooklyn

For just $15 drop into Little Brooklyn for a rump steak plus your choice of beer, wine or soft drink every Thursday.

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Come Alive: a Festival of Museum Theatre @ National Library of Australia

Local students present free theatrical performances exploring the stories within the collections of the National Library of Australia and the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.

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Dreamboogie @ National Press Club of Australia

Get set for some entertaining retro blues as Dreamboogie hits the stage at the National Press Club from 7:00pm. These festival headliners reinvent the songs from those great blues trailblazers!

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Happy hour @ Edgars Inn

Enjoy a drink at Edgar's with a group of mates at the very best price available during Happy Hour from 4-6pm Monday to Friday!

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Happy hour @ Little Brooklyn

Enjoy a drink at Little Brooklyn with a group of mates at the very best price available during Happy Hour from 4-6pm Monday to Friday!

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Live Music Open Mic Competition @ Gungahlin Lakes Golf & Community Club

Live Music Open Mic Competition hosted by Purcey Se-Lah at the Gungahlin Lakes Golf & Community Club.
Thursdays from 7pm

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My novel Jesustown: Finding voice and place in the collections @ National Library of Australia

Author Paul Daley will examine how National Library collections are giving life, shape and voice to the characters and landscape in his new novel, Jesustown.

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Sophocles' Antigone @ Canberra Theatre Centre

"Antigone is a child of war, like too many in our world. She asked a simple question thousands of years ago that remains too difficult for us to answer even to this day, as so many recent events have demonstrated. What do we do with the body of a terrorist, a murderer, who has brought destruction, death and horror to our community when that terrorist is our brother. Our own flesh and blood?

Like Hamlet, Joan of Arc, Galileo and Sir Thomas More, Antigone inspires us with her courage, fortitude and impenetrable strength of conscience. She stands against the monolith and brings her society to a reckoning it sorely needs.

An exciting new adaptation written by stage icons Andrea Demetriades and William Zappa, along with Damien Ryan and Terry Karabelas of Sophocles’ Antigone."

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Special occasion deal @ Turkish Pide House Woden

Book your table for 15 people or more and the Turkish Pide House Woden will make your special occasion truly memorable with an exquisite designer cake or luscious candy buffet!

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Weekday breakfast @ Edgars Inn

Indulge at Edgar's during the week with their beautiful breakfast menu served from 8-11am.

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Xmas parties @ The Pavilion on Northbourne Hotel

The Festive Season is almost here! Customise your festive with the Pavilion on Northbourne! Tropical atrium. Function rooms. Endless possibilities!
Book NOW! Call us on 1800 828 000"

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Xmas parties @ Marble & Grain

Celebrate Christmas Parties at Marble & Grain. Let's get the party started in the sky-line terrace, sophisticated courtyard or casual beer garden. Book NOW! Call: 6246 9555

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Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video @ Australian Centre on China in the World

Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video' features a set of the artist’s pioneering video works, which retain their challenging ambiguity. This rare and diverse collection shows how Zhang Peili’s practice has continued to deconstruct media and destabilise systems that produce meaning.
27 August – 15 November 2016, 9:00am – 5:00pm, Monday-Friday
Special weekend viewing: 11:00am – 3:00pm on 27-28 August, 8-9 October, 12-13 November. Guided tour at 2:00pm.

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Event Re-cap

Ben & Jerry's Openair Cinema is back!

by OutInCanberra

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