Lily Welling (Toy Fairy) and Asha Ellis (Velveteen Rabbit)

Arts editor HELEN MUSA recordsdata her newest “Artsday” column of arts information from across the city.

CHILD Gamers ACT, Director Belinda (BJ) Anyos, are performing “The Velveteen Rabbit – How Toys Turn out to be Actual” to a rating carried out and recorded by Susan West. Written 100 years in the past, it’s related to the time because it tells the story of a younger boy struck down with Scarlet fever and solely having his toys for firm because of “isolation”. Belconnen Neighborhood Theatre, 11am and 2pm, October 5-8.

Within the theatres

  • “CRUEL Intentions: The ’90s Musical” sees the cult basic 1999 movie become a jukebox musical. Canberra Theatre, October 5-8.
  • “ELEMENTAL” by Warehouse Circus contains a huge solid of younger circus performers. Avenue Theatre in Civic, October 5-8.
  • EVERYMAN Theatre is staging “Stunning Factor” by Jonathan Harvey, set in the summertime of 1993 in Margaret Thatcher’s London. ACT Hub, Kingston, October 5-15.
  • “SOUL Buying and selling” is Kate Walder’s sci-fi play that asks the large questions on our relationship with know-how. Canberra Youth Theatre on the Courtyard Studio, Canberra Theatre, October 5-8.
  • “ROALD Dahl and the Creativeness Seekers” is  coming to Tuggeranong Arts Centre October 6-8. Particularly made for ages six and up, the present is immersive, involving video games and imaginative play. 
Pianist Charles Huang

Live shows

  • YOUNG pianist Charles Huang seems in his sixth recital within the Wesley Lunchtime collection to carry out Bach and Beethoven. Wesley Music Centre, 12.40pm-1.20pm, Wednesday, October 5.
  • MUSIC lovers can carry lunch and revel in to a free stay music occasion led by academics Jess Inexperienced and Llewellyn Osbourne from the ANU Open Faculty of Music’s Women Jazz program. ANU Faculty of Artwork & Design Gallery, ANU Constructing 105, 1pm-1.30pm, Wednesday, October 5, all welcome.
  • MUSICA Viva has Israeli mandolinist Avi Avital, Russian pianist Konstantin Shamray and Italian cellist Giovanni Sollima presenting 4 centuries of conventional Salento, Bulgarian, Turkish, Sephardic and Macedonian music. Llewellyn Corridor, 7pm, Wednesday, October 5.
  • GEOFF’S Jazz at Smiths options native heroes Miroslav Bukovsky, John Mackey, Mark Sutton, Lachlan Coventry and Greg Stott. Smith’s Different 7pm, October 5.


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Ian Meikle, editor