by Sarah Pritchard
There are those living in and visiting Canberra that believe our night times are limited, even boring. Those people are wrong (or at least not very......Read more >>
Arts Venue Profiles
National Archives of Australia
Nestled behind the Old Parliament House rose gardens, the National Archives of Australia offers visitors a glimpse into Australia’s history.
Wander through Memory of a Nation, a permanent exhibition of treasures, and discove...
National Library of Australia
Situated on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin, the National Library of Australia houses one of the world’s most remarkable collections of material relating to Australia and the Australian people. From early ephemera to the nation...
Palace Electric Cinema
Palace Electric Cinema is Australia’s first purpose-built digital cinema presenting the finest selection of international cinema; arthouse, documentary, independent and quality new release films.
Palace Electric is located in...
The Umbilical Brothers Return to Canberra!
Were you one of the thousands of people that packed venues across the city during the 2015 Canberra Comedy Festival? This year's event may have drawn to a close, but the laughs will continue with The Umbilical Brothers returning to perform their hit show at the re-scheduled dates Monday 4 May and Tuesday 5 May.
The Umbilical Brothers are back with a brand new show, and it’s a KIDS SHOW! It contains violence, sexual references, drug taking and frequent coarse language. It...