Artsday / Twisting and shouting in a burst of rock ‘n’ roll

The Williams Brothers.

The weekend looms and right here’s arts editor HELEN MUSA’s newest “Artsday” column itemizing what’s on the place. 

VOCAL group, the Williams Brothers, can be on the Bicentennial Corridor, Queanbeyan, on Saturday (January 21) with “Twist & Shout”, a salute to ’50s and ’60s rock ‘n’ roll, together with tributes to Elvis, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Roy Orbison, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny O’Keefe, The Bee Gees and The Beatles. 

THE Illawarra Folks Competition is again at Bulli Showground Grevillea Park Street, Bulli over the weekend (January 20-22) with folks, world, roots, bluegrass, gypsy and Celtic music and poetry, comedy and dance.

APPLICATIONS for the Canberra Symphony Orchestra’s new Kingsland Fellowship shut on January 31. Open to tertiary or postgraduate college students taking part in music at a complicated stage.

THE Younger Music Society’s final sale of unneeded devices can be on for one hour solely at 21 Bingle Road, Flynn, 10am-11am on Saturday (January 21). Money and playing cards accepted. The society is eager for music lovers to know that every one is properly and it’s thriving, having run a really profitable primary-aged Summer season Music Faculty.

Element of “Area 2021”, Manuel Pfeiffer. Drawing on paper. Photograph: Eva van Gorsel.

M16 Artspace has three new exhibitions: “Solastalgia” by Barbara Hodgson, Buffy Jackson and Sallie Saunders; “The antidote & the apothecary” by Angella Worth; and “Rockpool Surprising” by Manuel Pfeiffer. At 21 Blaxland Crescent, Griffith, till February 12.

Australian Nationwide Capital Artists Inc. has “This Vessel of Mine”, works contemplating the intersections of the wellness business and social media by Jemima Campey, at ANCA Gallery, Dickson, till January 29.

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FORMER Canberra dancer and QL2 member, Penny Chivas, now based mostly in Glasgow, is bringing “Burnt Out”, her work in regards to the Australian bushfires and local weather change, to QL2 Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre, 7.30pm, on Friday and Saturday (January 20 and 21).

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Ian Meikle, editor