Tempo takes homicide to the Nile 

Kim Wilson as Jacqueline De Severac in “Homicide on the Nile”.

Right here’s HELEN MUSA’s weekly sweep of the town’s arts information. It’s “Arts within the Metropolis”.

“WE should give the folks what they need,” says Tempo Theatre director Jon Elphick, deep in rehearsals for Agatha Christie’s “Homicide on the Nile”, arising at Belconnen Group Theatre, October 21-29. 

THE fledgling ANU Musical Theatre Collective is about to stage its second present, “Little Girls: The Musical”, a reimagining by a forged of 17 of Louisa Could Alcott’s well-known novel during which the 4 March sisters discover life getting into womanhood in America throughout the Civil Struggle. Kambri ANU, October 19-22.

THE Stronger Than Fiction documentary collection subsequent takes a have a look at the psychological aftermath of China’s One-Baby Coverage. “All About My Sisters” is the story of 1 household who made a collection of choices which have haunted them ever since. Dendy, 3pm, October 16 and 6.30pm, October 21.

AS a part of the Nationwide Gallery’s fortieth anniversary program Daniel Crooks’ “Structured Gentle”, a unprecedented digital work proven at “Enlighten” to rejoice architect Col Madigan’s design, will probably be re-screened on the constructing’s façade from 8pm-10pm till October 1.

ART Tune Canberra’s subsequent live performance, “The Time of Roses”, will characteristic mezzo-soprano Jill Sullivan with Donna Balson on piano, performing songs by Beethoven, Brahms, Strauss and Sibelius primarily based on the imagery of the rose. Wesley Music Centre, Forrest, 3pm, Sunday, October 16. 

THE Artists Society of Canberra is holding its eightieth spring exhibition on the Fitters Workshop, Wentworth Avenue, Kingston, October 21-30.