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Canberra Potters presents the Annual Members’ Exhibition showcasing some of the best works created by its members over the past 12 months. The exhibition presents the inexhaustible expanse of ceramic arts through works using combinations of different clays, manufacturing techniques, decoration and firing to create works unique in form, texture and color. Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Canberra Potters’ Gallery. The Apia Good Times Tour is set to return for its eighth year with a lineup of eight of the country’s favorite musicians. There will be performances by Brian Cadd, Deborah Conway, Joe Camilleri, John Paul Young, Kate Ceberano, Leo Sayer, Vika and Linda Bull and Wendy Matthews. Apia Good Times is a great opportunity to see some of Australia’s music stars perform their most beloved hits and share the stage and their songs. Monday, 7:30 p.m. Canberra Theater Center. Tickets from canberratheatrecentre.com.au. Hugh van Cuylenburg, founder of the Resilience Project, has partnered with elite sports teams, thousands of schools and hundreds of workplaces to teach simple and practical mental health strategies. He is also a bestselling author and co-host of the podcast, The Imperfects. Join van Cuylenburg as he guides you through his journey and tells the stories of the amazing people who inspired him and The Resilience Project to spread happiness. Tuesday and Wednesday, 7 p.m. Canberra Theater Center. Tickets from canberratheatrecentre.com.au. Recognized as one of the great character studies of modern literature, The Stranger is a masterpiece by Nobel laureate Albert Camus. One of Canberra’s most famous actors, Christopher Samuel Carroll, delivers a performance of startling intensity in this solo adaptation of a modern classic. In this nuanced production, audiences are challenged to test the limits of their own morality – to relate to or pass judgment on this stranger. Wednesday to Friday, 7:30 p.m. Ralph Wilson Theater. Humanitix tickets. Continues until December 11. Get an in-depth look at Elizabeth Newman’s work with curator Tony Oates at the artist’s latest exhibition, Un-Titled. This exhibition examines the Melbourne-based artist’s work, be it collage, installation, text, textile or found object, and is imbued with pictorial notions of re-presentation. There will be a conference on Thursday starting at 12 noon. Gallery of the exercise room. Register on Eventbrite. Continues through December 16. Join Lightbulb Improv for the fun of it all as they deliver a humorous evening inspired by your suggestions and the joy of Christmas. In a lively and daring journey, players create stories, games, songs, and fearless theater that frees the mind, delights the intellect, and distills the meaning of life. It’s a variety show like no other because it’s composed entirely on location. Thursday at 7 p.m. Smith’s alternative. Tickets for smithsalternative.com. As for the plot of the latest Canberra Youth Theater production, the title says it all. Twenty Something decides never to be stressed about anything again. It follows a young couple and their desperate attempt to live the ideal millennial lifestyle filled with cool friends, houseplants, and homemade kombucha. Thursday and Friday, 7:30 p.m. Continues until December 14. Canberra Theater Center. Tickets from canberratheatrecentre.com.au. Daniel Champagne is heading to The Street this weekend. The young virtuoso, recently described as “the best guitarist of this generation”, first chose his favorite instrument at the age of five, following in the footsteps of a musician father. He started writing songs at age 12, training classically throughout his teenage years and performing wherever he could, perfecting his craft and developing the dynamite show he is renowned for today. Friday, 7:30 p.m. The street. Tickets on thestreet.org.au. Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen are five performers whose roots run deep in the Canberra music scene, with Michael Simic on guitar, Pip Branson on violin, Phil Moriarty on clarinet, Guy Freer on accordion and Sam Martin on the double bass. The group sold out from Sydney Opera House to London’s West End, releasing four albums and building a dedicated following here and around the world. This week, they’re back with a special 20th anniversary David Branson concert. Branson was a founding member of Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen, playing the violin and appearing on stage as Senor Handsome. Friday, 7:30 p.m. Canberra Theater Center. Tickets from canberratheatrecentre.com.au. Does Arj Barker swear to tell the whole truth? No, but he’ll swear by telling part of the truth … it’s a lot more fun that way. The honorary American and Australian comedian returns to the Canberra Theater on Friday for his Comes Clean tour. Friday, 8 p.m. Canberra Theater Center. 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