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Ron Cerabona

Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

Canberra Critics' Circle names Elizabeth Cameron Dalman as Artist of the Year

Ron Cerabona The Canberra Critics' Circle chose an influential and still very active artist for this year's award.

Hollywood Retro Film Festival at Dendy Canberra

The Apartment with Jack Lemmon.

Ron Cerabona Curated by Margaret Pomeranz, this is a season of some of the greatest films across a range of genres.

Litbits: Leunig's cartoons that wandered off

Ron Cerabona  Literary news and events from in and around Canberra.

Capital and Country exhibition opens at Canberra Museum and Gallery

CMAG curator Deborah Clark with W Lister Lister's 'Federal Capital site', of 1913 Canberra.

Ron Cerabona Four paintings of the location of the national capital are brought together for the first time in 100 years as a special exhibition opens in Canberra.

Don't Dress For Dinner by Canberra Repertory Society at Theatre 3

Robert de Fries and Natalie Waldron get up close and personal.

Ron Cerabona Infidelity, mistaken identities and escalating panic are all part of the mix in Canberra Rep's next production.

Pop-up Public Theatre in Canberra by Aspen Island Theatre Company

Actor Mary Helen Sassman.

Ron Cerabona For the next two weeks Civic Square will be transformed into the modern equivalent of a Greek amphitheatre - but the content will be decidedly modern.

Coppelia by National Capital Ballet School at Canberra's Erindale Theatre

Ron Cerabona The National Capital Ballet School presents its first production of the Delibes ballet in nearly 20 years.

The Chain Bridge: history's hold on the present

The Chain Bridge: from left, Geraldine Turner, P.J. Williams, Zsuzsi Soboslay.

Ron Cerabona Tom Davis' new play at the Street Theatre is about how what happens to people reverberates through generations.

Litbits: The Good Greek Girl author Maria Katsonis will speak at Muse, Canberra


Ron Cerabona A selection of literary news and events from the Canberra region.

Capital Life: What's on in Canberra's arts scene from November 14


Ron Cerabona A round-up of what's happening in the Canberra arts scene for the week beginning November 14.

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra to host Wrong Way Time by Fiona Hall from Venice Biennale

Fiona Hall, Manuhiri (Travellers) 2014-15, installation view, Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2015

Ron Cerabona  Fiona Hall's Wrong Way Time will open in April next year.

Canberra Highland dancer performing at Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Melbourne

Jessica Girvan has been selected to perform at The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo as part of the contingent in Melbourne.

Ron Cerabona A Charnwood resident is one of the performers in the upcoming event.

Literary news

Litbits: Maxine Beneba Clarke will run a workshop in Canberra


Ron Cerabona Details of what is on in Canberra and region's literary scene.

Cheryl Barker stars in Voices in the Forest at National Arboretum in Canberra

Ron Cerabona Cheryl Barker has had a long and distinguished international opera career and is looking forward to performing at the National Arboretum for the first time.

The Strays wins 2016 University of Canberra Book of the Year title

The winner of the 2016 University of Canberra Book of the Year, Emily Bitto, reads from her novel, The Strays

Ron Cerabona Thousands of staff members and new students will receive a copy of a prize-winning debut novel.

Cabarets in Canberra Theatre Courtyard Studio bring a Taste of Tinseltown and Buzzing Broadway

Ron Cerabona Canberra singers will perform songs from Broadway and Hollywood in two shows at the Courtyard Studio.

Canberra Symphony Orchestra pimping the percussion at Llewellyn Hall with Claire Edwardes

Percussionists Wyana O'Keeffe and Veronica Bailey experiment with toy instruments, which will be used in the Canberra Symphony Orchestra's upcoming concert.

Ron Cerabona The Canberra Symphony Orchestra's final concert for 2015 features some very unusual instruments.


Litbits: Canberra author Craig Cormick wins award for Ned Kelly book


Ron Cerabona What's on and news events from Canberra's literary world.

The Pirates of Penzance from Canberra Philharmonic Society

The Pirates of Penzance cast, from left, Maddison Lymn, Shane Horsburgh, Marcus Hurley.

Ron Cerabona Philo's production using the Essgee version isn't quite the traditional Gilbert and Sullivan operetta.

Litbits: Thunderbolt Prize winners announced

Ron Cerabona The latest literary news from Canberra and beyond.