Wednesday, 5 November 2014
One of Canberra’s best known trivia nights. It’s been running for over 10 years and has a huge local following. With $100 in vouchers given away every night plus spot prizes and the chance to win some serious cash with the trivia jackpot question. It gets busy so bookings are definitely recommended.
Thursday, 6 November 2014
Test your talent at Canberra’s best karaoke night!
Cash karaoke is on every Thursday night at PJ’s. Every Thursday we give away $200 in PJ’s money plus the top 3 performers win a place in the monthly final held on the last Thursday of every month and the chance to win $500 in cash money.
The Emirates British Film Festival 2014 is screening in Canberra from 6 November to 23 Novemebr , showcasing the best of contemporary British Cinema with 15 new films and a specially curated program featuring six classic British Films in our ‘Six From The 60s’ retrospective.
Exhibition: Behind The Lines @ Old Parliament House
There’s never been a year like this in politics. Behind the Lines 2013 the year’s best political cartoons tells the tale of three leaders, Gillard, Rudd and Abbott through broken parliamentary alliances, caucus instability, and leadership spills, prime ministerial changes, corruption scandals, cabinet reshuffles, policies and opinion polls. Free caricatures - Whilst you’re seeing Behind the Lines 2013 (only in January) there will be a free caricaturist on site. You get to take home the drawing too! The exhibition runs until 17 November 2014. Click here for more information.
It's the return of a Canberra Institution! Head over to Hellenic in the city every Thursday night for Jolly Jugs. Between 5-7pm and 9-11pm grab yourself a jug of beer or cider for only $10.00. The bistro is open from 6.00pm until 9.00pm and there's every chance you could win $10,000 cash in our members badge draw!
Kenneth Morgan, Professor of History at Brunel University and Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, introduces Australia Circumnavigated: The Voyage of Matthew Flinders in HMS Investigator 1801—1803. 6:00pm. $10 includes refreshments. https://www.nla.gov.au/event/7235
A small, though excitable crowd gathered at UC Refectory on Saturday night to see one of the 90s most talented and tempestuous stars take the stage. It could be none other than Ms Courtney Love. What the Hell would happen tonight? After a storming warm-up set from Melbourne’s The Mercy Kills, the beer queue formed, while a range of tiara-and Doc-Marten-wearing ladies pressed themselves up against the barriers in anticipation of the grunge goddess’ appearance.