October 23 - November 9, 2014 at Dendy Cinemas (Bunda St), bigger and better than ever with 64 films and 120 screenings over 18 days. See an exceptional selection of feature films and documentaries from around the world plus the best Australian new releases and retrospectives. Passionate and talented filmmakers will be around to share their knowledge.
November 1-30, 2014, Canberra's annual Queer Cultural Festival - live music, drag shows, comptetitions, speakers, march, rally, queer ball, film, picnics, workshops, awards, Quire concert, and more. November 7th SpringOUT Dance Party at Cube Nightclub, 33 Petrie Plaza.
November 7, 2014, 9pm dance Party at CUBE Nightclub. Featuring awesome shows, fabulous drag and the hottest music with hand picked DJ’s, this is one huge night not to be missed! Free entry for those dressed in rainbow pride colors.
November 14-23, 2014 at Street Theatre, 15 Childers. Famous throughout the Roman Empire in his short life, in death Antinous became a god. Dismissed by Christian historians as a shameless and scandalous boy, the lover of Emperor Hadrian is back to claim his place in history. A tale of political intrigue, youth sought, youth lost, sex, lust, and love. Written/ directed by David Atfield.
April 2-6, 2015 at the Exhibition Park in Canberra, Flemington Road, Mitchell, ACT. Easter weekend cultural celebration of traditional and contemporary music, dance, poetry and storytelling in the nation's capital. Almost 200 different acts give you a non-stop flow of entertainment and 90 market stalls to explore.
May 6-10, 2015 at Canberra Theatre. World class acrobats, musicians, specialty acts and comedians are the centre piece of the production that will enthral audiences in a spell-binding theatrical journey. This production is surreal, beautiful, seductive and at times hilariously risqué. A -built circular stage will give spectacular 360 degree views of the performance.
June 6, 2015, 9:30pm, The Street Theatre. Contemporary music show with historic images based on the story of the 1789 Mutiny on the Bounty, the settlement of Pitcairn Island, and the development over the next 70 years of a new, unique culture until the Pitcairners left for a new home, Norfolk I in 1856. Performed by Baecastoff drawing on Polynesian drumming, hymns, and language samples.