A night with the best “friends”

“Friends! The Musical Parody”…The Playhouse, July 13-15.

Here is HELEN MUSE weekly column “Arts in the city”.

“FRIENDS! “The Musical Parody” National Tour will relive favorite on-stage moments from the hit TV show as Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey and Phoebe navigate life and friendship through song and dance The Playhouse, from July 13 to 15.

Singer/songwriter, Melinda Schneider, presents ‘Love Songs’, billed as an ’emotional, intimate and moving’ concert production featuring her Golden Guitar winning hits as well as love songs spanning her 40 years Entertainment. The Street Theatre, July 16.

Steve Kilbey…Belco Arts, July 15.

CANBERRA’s Kim Yang joins rock legend Steve Kilbey to perform his original songs. Kilbey will share stories and perform music from The Church albums ‘Heyday’ and ‘Starfish’. Belco Arts, July 15.

“The Exploration of Space” is a series of oil and watercolor paintings by Paul Martin based on research and exploration efforts, both current and historical. Rusten House Art Centre, Queanbeyan, until July 23.

Elise Walsh…Smith’s Alternative, July 17.

ELISE Walsh’s jazz band, Bella Groove, will return to Smith’s Alternative, Civic, at 4 p.m., July 17, with five of their new songs, arranged with pianist John Black, who will also perform with the band .

Pianist Andrew Rumsey has teamed up with Sally Greenaway for an arrangement of his work, ‘Dawn of Evening’ for cello and Veeh-Harp, which will premiere with David Pereira on cello. They will also perform works by Canberrans Kim Cunio, Matthew Hindson, Kenneth Lampl, Leanne Bear, as well as Greenaway and Pereira themselves. Wesley Music Center, July 16.

CANBERRA was well represented at the recent NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) graduations, where Phoenix Mac won the $10,000 Leslie Walford Prize, Bethany Hewitt picked up a BFA in costume, Sophie Benassi an MFA and Jesse Donaldson -Jarrett a degree in musical comedy. theater.

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Ian Meikle, editor

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