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Canberra QLD 2601
On the 13th of May, hordes of under-dressed party-animals swarmed onto the green fields of UC, ready to rage on into the bitter night at Groovin’ the Moo. The little groovers provided a remarkable contrast to the Colorado and Kathmandu clad crowd snug
American singer-songwriter Krystle Warren charms the Street Theatre crowd on the final night of her Australian tour.
What do you get when you combine a classically trained cellist with, an amazing voice, a combination of styles and influences, and a truckload of talent?
It’s Tim Freedman, but not as you know him. The Whitlams front man brought his brand new band to Canberra to spruik an album with a very different sound.
Lior sold out The Street Theatre with his By Request tour. He gave the audience all they could ask for and more and no one left feeling anything less than satisfied.
Jeff Lang and Jordie Lane tore up The Street Theatre in Canberra with their unique style of folk music
The Street Theatre in Canberra hosted to the musical equivalent of a romantic dinner for two on Tuesday night. Tables covered in red linen table cloths and the room lit with little more than candles, the small room swooned with musical intimacy.
Melbourne's Skipping Girl Vinegar brought their charm, fairy lights and perfect folk-pop numbers to The Street Theatre on a brutally cold winter's night.
Joan As Police Woman at Canbera's Street Theatre as part of The Deep Field Australian tour.
Peking Spring Festival was brought to a close on Saturday night at The Street Theatre with the haunting, experimental sounds of Decibel and Pollen Trio.
Folk troubadour, pinball aficionado and Canberra favourite Darren Hanlon returned to the capital with his Butterfly Bones Tour last night for the second time in less than a year.
FasterLouder got along to the album launch for Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens at The Street on Saturday night.
The Canberra leg of the Australian Hip Hop Championships saw dance crews and breakdancers battle it out for places in the nationals. The Street Theatre was filled with talented young dancers and their supporters, and the entertainment wasn't bad eith
The Small Poppies bring their unique brand of socio-political satire to The Street Theatre.
Bob Brozman, America’s self-proclaimed guitar virtuoso, ethnomusicologist, anthropologist and ‘hater’ of showbiz, brought his bevy of reasonators to Canberra in the final stages of his big Oz tour.