Music Masterclass with Andrea Keller – Friday 30 April

Winning three ARIA Awards, seven Australian Jazz ‘Bell’ Awards, two Art Music Awards and many more, pianist Andrea Keller is sharing some of her incredible talents with a masterclass at ANU. Join her from 4:30-5:30, get all the info here.

Lucy Sugerman & Reverend Bones: The Golden Planet Tour – Friday 30 April

Two of Canberra’s most exciting acts are teaming up for a quick-fire tour to celebrate the launch of their upcoming singles, Lucy Sugerman’s ‘Golden Boy’ and Reverend Bone’s’ Captain Planet.’ Buy tickets now for their concert at the Kambri Precinct at ANU.

Mother’s Day VIP Evening at the Canberra Centre – Friday 30 May

Because quality time is best spent over a cuppa, The Tea Centre in the Canberra Centre is inviting you to spoil mum with an unmissable VIP event starting at 5pm. Be one of the first to try their brand-new lavender lime black tea, the perfect balance between citrus and floral blended with black tea. Attendees will also receive a 10% discount across their accessories range, get the chance to score lucky door prizes and a complimentary ‘Tea & Niceties’ gift bag for all purchases over $50. The event is free, but you must register.

Community Ft Loods at One22 – Friday 30 April

Next on One22’s Community event features one of Australia’s most talented exports, Loods. After relocating from Sydney to London in 2018, the Dance music band released two sell-out records and in 2019 another sell-out EP. Join them from 9pm, find all the info here.

Lost in Transit at Tuggeranong Arts Centre – Friday 30 April and 1 May

Join the Tuggeranong Arts Centre for their new light-hearted musical, Lost in Transit. Promising a funny, wholesome story of the transgender experience, the play has been written and will star local transgender talent. If you’re in the mood for a laugh grab tickets here. 

Canberra International Music Festival – Friday 30 April – Sunday 2 May

Musical talents from all over Australia are coming to Kambri at the ANU as part of the Canberra International Music Festival. Special performances will be running throughout 29 April to 9 May. Head to Kambri’s website to see the performance schedule.

Wines of Hall Dinner at The Manor – Saturday 1 May

Sweet Pea Catering invites you to their exclusive Wines of Hall paired wine dinner at The Manor in Gold Creek. Enjoy a 6-course dining experience showcasing local seasonal produce alongside wines from Brindabella Hills, Pankhurst, Capital, Surveyors Hill and Walleroo Road. Book a table on their website. 

Sweet Tooth Food Tour – Saturday 1 May

Satisfy your sweet tooth cravings with a tour of four locations over two hours, sampling a range of delicious sweets. You will also learn about some of the amazing desserts in Canberra and discover where you can find them. You will even get to take some sweets home. Book now!

Suitcase Rummage – Saturday 1 May

Suitcase Rummage is coming back to Canberra in the beautiful Haig Park, as a part of ‘Play Outside Day’. Grab or sell great second-hand and hand-made goodies, alongside live music, artists and plenty of entertainment. Tickets are free but registrations can be made here.

Boardgames in the Pub – Sunday 2 May

Join the Durham Castle Arms pub in Kingston for a social boardgaming event from 12-6pm. Bring your friends and a game or join a table looking for players and meet new people over a game and beer. Find additional info here. 

Women’s and Girl’s Jogalong – Sunday 2 May

Held on the first Sunday of every month, the YMCA hosts a jogalong, encouraging participation and getting active in a fun and social environment. There is a 6km and 3km mixed run (females all ages and boys under 13) and a 1.6km mini-jog (boys and girls under 13). This event is free to YMCA members and a small fee for non-members, but you can resister on the day. For more info, head to their website.