Come to the cabaret, outdated friends

“Finucane & Smith’s Travelling Dance Corridor”… Tuggeranong Arts Centre, November 30-December 3.

The foolish season has effectively and really hit Canberra’s arts scene, says “Arts within the Metropolis” columnist HELEN MUSA.

“FINUCANE & Smith’s Travelling Dance Corridor” is coming to city. It’s a cabaret jam-packed with songbirds and showgirls, disco divas and dancing stars, native legends, burlesque twirlers and go-go groovers. Tuggeranong Arts Centre, November 30-December 3.

“A VERY Canberra Comedy Pageant, Christmas 2022” might be a two-hour comedy gala occasion that includes a number of the premier acts from Canberra Comedy Pageant’s coming 2023 occasion. Canberra Theatre, December 3. 

“THE Chaser’s” Charles Firth, “The Shovel’s” James Schloeffel and ABC TV’s Mark Humphries have teamed up once more to stage “The Conflict on 2022”, an end-of-year dwell present with Australia’s main satirists. Becoming a member of the tour might be Gabbi Bolt, a musical comic who’s turn out to be considered one of Australia’s largest TikTok stars. Firth says: “This yr, we’ll contact on hilarious subjects such because the conflict in Ukraine, the approaching local weather apocalypse, destruction of ladies’s bodily autonomy in America and how you can be as charismatic as Peter Dutton.” Canberra Theatre, November 30.

“A Celtic Christmas”… The Q, Queanbeyan, November 27.

“A Celtic Christmas” billed as a feel-good Irish music and dance feast will function an organization of greater than 15 Irish dancers and musicians, together with a seven-time world champion, Alliyah, and “Donegal Lord of the Dance” stars, twins Niamh and Gavin Shevlin. The Q, Queanbeyan, November 27.

ON a extra solemn word – however at all times nice enjoyable for music lovers – Canberra Choral Society heralds the festive season with Handel’s “Messiah,” carried out beneath the baton of Graeme Morton, Llewellyn Corridor,  December 3.

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AN exhibition known as “Photos of You” adopts a novel method to self-portrayals of individuals with bodily and psychological well being points. At Belconnen Arts Centre, December 2-February 5.

ALSO marking Worldwide Day of Individuals with Disabilities because the exhibition does, the Stellar Firm and Liz Lea current “A Stellar Lineup”, involving Canberra’s most partaking neighborhood dance firms celebrating inclusion and excellence, Belconnen Arts Centre Theatre, December 2-3.

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