Distractions and Chance of Fog
10am: Robyn Kinsela's Distractions and Stephanie Haygarth's Chance of Fog are on at Form Studio and Gallery until June 30. 1/1`30 Aurora Avenue, Queanbeyan. Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm.
8pm: Comedian Kitty Flanagan returns with an encore performance of her show. The Canberra Theatre. canberratheatrecentre.com.au.
8pm: Created by Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd and Tim Watts, this sponge goes on an epic adventure of love and revenge in a two-man, one-puppet show fusing mime and puppetry at the Street Theatre. thestreet.org.au.
Just a Couple of Song and Dance Men
8pm: Mikey Halcrow and Shay Debney celebrate the era of the Hollywood movie musicals and the song and dance men that made it so magical. The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre. canberratheatrecentre.com.au or 6275 2700.
10.30am: Meet in the foyer of the National Library of Australia for a free guided tour of this exhibition of the work of Australian cartoonists. nla.gov.au.
Traditional basket weaving in The Studio
11am: Experience a traditional basket weaving workshop using natural and synthetic fibres at the National Museum of Australia. Also 2pm. Costs apply. Bookings: eventbrite.
National Capital Orchestra
3pm: The premiere of Michael Dooley's Piano Concerto No 1 (with pre-concert talk by Dooley at 2.15pm) and Rachmaninov's Symphony No. 2. Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre. nco.org.au.
3pm: Art Song Canberra's next concert features Sarahlouise Owens (soprano) and Natalia Tkachenko (piano) and explores the largely overlooked repertoire of female composers. Wesley Music Centre, 20 National Circuit, Forrest. Tickets available at the door (no EFTPOS available) or online: trybooking.com/BBXHV.
A Doll's House 2
4pm: Lucas Hnath's sequel to Henrik Ibsen's play reveals what happens when Nora returns to her husband and children. The Street Theatre. At 3pm is a free talk about the creative process. thestreet.org.au.
8pm: Suzie Miller's one-woman play stars Sheridan Harbridge as tough barrister Tessa who finds herself on the other side of the bar. Until Friday at 8pm; Saturday at 6pm. The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre. canberratheatrecentre.com.au or 62752700.
Andrew Sayers Memorial Lecture
6pm: New National Portrait Gallery director Karen Quinlan will deliver A Face to the Future: the third decade about her vision for the gallery now and into the future. Followed by a Q&A session. National Library of Australia. $40/$30 Friends. Bookings essential: portrait.gov.au.
The People's Passion
7.30pm: On the centenary of the Treaty of Versailles, Canberra's A Chorus of Women will present two performances of The People's Passion by Glenda Cloughley, Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Barton. Also Sunday June 30 at 5pm. chorusofwomen.org.
Child's Play (MA): In this reboot of the 1988 horror movie, a mother (Aubrey Plaza) gives her son Andy (Gabriel Bateman) a Buddi doll for his birthday that becomes a bloody-thirsty killing machine.
Claire Darling (M): A reclusive millionaire (Catherine Deneuve) wants to sell all her possessions but her long-estranged daughter (Chiara Mastroianni) wants to stop the proceedings.
Never Look Away (M): This film follows 30 years in the life of a great artist, loosely based on Gerhard Richter, played by Tom Schilling.
The Secret Life of Pets 2 (PG): When his owner Katie gets married and has a baby, things change for terrier Max.
Toy Story 4 (G): Woody (Tom Hanks) struggles with not being the favourite toy any more but finds new purpose when his owner Bonnie makes a new toy, Forkie.
Under the Silver Lake (CTC): Sam (Andrew Garfield) investigates the disappearance of a mysterious woman (Riley Keough) from his Los Angeles apartment block.