REEL BUBS – Every Thursday
Reel Bubs are screenings that are tailored to meet the needs of parents and carers, including dimmed lights (not total darkness) and reduced sound levels. Everyone is welcome at our Reel Bubs sessions, but please note they are designed to make the cinema experience accessible for parents and carers. Please note that Reel Bubs sessions are available to book on the Tuesday before the session. We don’t restrict the age of children attending these sessions but note that only children under 5 receive free admission. Tickets Here.
WINE AND DINE, MORE FOR FOUR AT FIRST EDITION
The best wines are the ones we share with friends! Book a dinner for four adults and receive a complimentary bottle of house wine for your table. Enjoy our seasonal dinner menu design by executive head chef Jennie Tressler. Book Here.
MIGHTY WINGS! AT MOOSEHEADS PUB – Every Friday
Are you ready to devour 1kg of wings? Grab the crew; there’s eating to do every Friday for lunch or dinner. Includes four schooners of Beer. Every Friday – Lunch: 12-3 pm. Dinner: 5-9pm. Price: $25. See the menu here.
5 AFTER 5 AT FIRST EDITION – Every Friday
Celebrate Fridays after 5 pm with a group of 5 at First Edition and the second round is on us. Debrief and catch up with friends while overlooking Canberra from our bar. Bookings essential. Book here.
CAPITAL REGION FARMERS MARKETS – Every Saturday
With over 100 passionate stallholders, the Capital Region Farmers Markets is a meeting place for local producers and foodie fanatics. Here you’ll find local fruit and veggies, fresh meats and handmade items from pasta to pastries, as well as food vendors and live music. A great place to grab a coffee, fresh groceries and yummy street food, there is also an informative events program, including cooking demonstrations.
SUPER SPECIAL SATURDAY AT MOOSEHEADS PUB – Every Saturday
Every Saturday is Super Special Saturday at Mooseheads. With our delicious menu of schnitzels, steaks or burgers with a schooner of Beer or similar. Plenty of options for everyone at lunch. Every Saturday – Lunch: 12-3 pm. Dinner: 5-9pm. Price: from $12. See the menu here.
ANDRE RIEU’S MAGICAL MAASTRICHT: TOGETHER IN MUSIC – 17th – 21st October
Andre Rieu is back in cinemas to help lift your spirits! André Rieu’s Magical Maastricht celebrates 15 years of André’s glorious hometown concerts. The King of Waltz has selected his most spectacular performances and emotional songs and will bring the joyous atmosphere of his iconic open-air concerts in Maastricht straight to your screen. Book Here.
HOPE GAP – HIGH TEA SCREENING – October 18th at 2:00 pm
All tickets include a drink on arrival, a pot of tea, and a mix of sweet and savoury items. Grace and Edward, married for 29 years, live in a small seaside town near a cave under the cliffs called Hope Gap. When their son Jamie comes to visit for the weekend, Edward informs him that he plans to leave Grace, that same day. HOPE GAP tracks the unravelling of three lives, through stages of shock, disbelief and anger, to a resolution of sorts. There are no villains; only good people who’ve lived too long with old mistakes and are now paying the price. There are no easy answers and no simple paths to redemption. A husband, a wife, a son are forced to face hard truths, and out of those truths to fashion new lives. In the end, HOPE GAP is a story of survival. Book your tickets here.
SOUTHSIDE FARMERS MARKET – Every Sunday
Conveniently located on the Canberra College campus in Woden, the Southside Farmers Markets are a great place to get your weekly groceries, and meet the producers! With farm-fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers, meat, fish, bread, eggs, honey and much more, you can browse the stalls and chat with locals with a coffee in one hand and a tasty snack in the other.
Prosecco with Pooches – Sunday, October 18th
What better way to spend Sunday afternoon, than a walk over to Yarralumla lakeside! Lots of options, including Champagne and other bubbles, are chilled and ready to pop! The House of Bubbles is popping up this Sunday from 1-6 pm on the corner of Brown and Banks Street, Yarralumla.