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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

Question Time: Sue Gore Phillips

Ron Cerabona Sue Gore Phillips shares her views on food, theatre and the Doctor.

Charlie Chaplin will help farewell the Arc cinema's program

National Sound and Film Archive Arc Screening Manager, Quentin Turnour, will be ending the Arc's seven-year-program with a Chaplin day on Saturday

Ron Cerabona The Arc cinema program's closure is imminent. But its program manager, Quentin Turnour, has arranged a special day of farewell that will celebrate  one of the icons of cinema.

Baz Luhrmann's lost musical back in the limelight

Dr Jeanette Delamoir will deliver her lecture on Friday.

Ron Cerabona For more than 20 years, Australian director Baz Luhrmann’s name has been linked  with spectacular  film and theatre productions such as The Great Gatsby,  Strictly Ballroom and...

Question time with Patrick Helean

Eureka: Patrick Helean loves the moment when schoolkids discover something new at Questacon..

Ron Cerabona Patrick Helean explains the joy of working at Questacon.

Boundless energy from Quantum Leap dancers


Ron Cerabona Boundless is on at the Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre

Free Rain Theatre Company premieres Legally Blonde the Musical in Canberra

Legally Blonde the Musical

Ron Cerabona Legally Blonde the Musical premieres in Canberra on July 4.

Gaslight Books in Canberra to close after 25 years

Gayle Lovett of Gaslight Books is closing her shop after 25 years.

Ron Cerabona Gaslight Books, Canberra's specialist in crime, mystery, science fiction, fantasy and horror since 1989, is closing soon.

Legally Blonde Canberra premiere is at ANU Arts Centre

Jenna Roberts, who will play Paulette, and Mosey the dog, who will play Rufus, in Legally Blonde The Musical.

Ron Cerabona Jenna Roberts. one of the stars of the upcoming Canberra premiere of Legally Blonde, is completing her PhD.

48 Hours, Saturday, May 24, 2014

Ron Cerabona 48 Hours May 24, 2014

Nelson Ferguson concert looks to the future of Fitters' Workshop

David Pereira plays cello in the Fitters Workshop on Wentworth Avenue in Kingston. Pereira will perform in <em>The Glass Soldier</em> at the venue on May 14.

Ron Cerabona Nelson Ferguson was a musician and artist who was rendered almost blind in World War I. Despite this, he was able to rebuild his life.

Dance company steps out in capital

Violinist Veronique Serret, at rear performs with dancers from left Juliette Barton and Fiona Jopp

Ron Cerabona Sydney Dance Company wants "to give the audience very different flavours in contemporary dance''.

Artists to transform Prime Minister's suite at Old Parliament House for new exhibition

Behind the scenes: Curator Gabrielle Edwards, director Daryl Karp and Kate Conner at the Beyond the Veneer exhibition at Old Parliament House.

Ron Cerabona From a 'clear desk policy' to ceramic teacups, new exhibition to reflect the history and personalities of Old Parliament House.

Heart of flamenco

Ron Cerabona A Spanish master's new show traverses his genre from its roots to current expression, writes Ron Cerabona.

Larry Sitsky marks start of 80th birthday year

Ron Cerabona Larry Sitsky turns 80 in September, and the first event to mark his birthday year took place on Friday night.

Crazy story makes a night to remember for Canberra Repertory Society

Ron Cerabona The theme of madness is key in Canberra Repertory Society's first production for the 2014-15 season.

First Word

Early reading to cherish

Ron Cerabona When I was five years old, I made a recording. No, I wasn't some prepubescent Justin Bieber.

Soldiers stage coup with new production The Long Way Home

Ron Cerabona Thirteen soldiers acted alongside four professional actors in Daniel Keene's play The Long Way Home.

48 hours: What's on this weekend?

Ron Cerabona Looking for something to keep you occupied this weekend? We've got you covered.