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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

Slapstick, props, pure cheek: Canberra Rep's new show opens this week

Slapstick, props, pure cheek: Canberra Rep's new show opens this week

In his latest role, actor Arran McKenna plays a character he calls "an idiot geezer - just a fool."

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Capital Life: November 10 2018

Capital Life: November 10 2018

Capital life November 10 2018

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Litbits: November 10, 2018
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Litbits: November 10, 2018

Here's what's going on around Canberra in the world of literature this month.

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Tensions and tempers rise in jury room drama

Tensions and tempers rise in jury room drama

Everyman Theatre's production of 12 Angry Men reveals the decision-making process of a jury.

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Many happy returns in Canberra Theatre Centre's 2019 season

Many happy returns in Canberra Theatre Centre's 2019 season

Dance, drama, comedy and music all feature next year and many popular companies and artists will be back as well as a new program of challenging works.

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Brahms choral work will commemorate the centenary of the Armistice

Brahms choral work will commemorate the centenary of the Armistice

A performance of the consolatory Ein Deutches Requiem will take place on November 11.

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Horrorfest brings a night of spooky fun to the NFSA

Horrorfest brings a night of spooky fun to the NFSA

The National Film and Sound Archive is hosting a horror-themed party with ghost tours, burlesque and more.

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A musical about love and forming a community

A musical about love and forming a community

Godspell retells the story of Jesus Christ and his disciples using music ranging from pop to vaudeville in style and contains the hit Day By Day.

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Film festival to tell stories of those most affected by war

Film festival to tell stories of those most affected by war

The fourth Veterans Film Festival will devote part of its program to commemorating the centenary of the end of World War I.

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Double dose of political satire at the Canberra Theatre

Double dose of political satire at the Canberra Theatre

The Wharf Revue and a preview of Behind the Lines provide a lighter look at politics over the past year.

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Rock-star bassoonist is one of three musicians playing new works

Rock-star bassoonist is one of three musicians playing new works

Matthew Kneale is playing Holly Harrison's Airbender with the Omega Quartet and two other musicians will be playing works for clarinet and harp.

  • by Ron Cerabona