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What’s new in Canberra in November 2021

See all the highlights of what’s happening in Canberra throughout November 2021, with everything from exhibits to live theater, music and more.

‘The Wharf Revue – Can of Worms’ airs at the Canberra Theater, November 8-20.

National Capital Art Prize 2021: Finalist exhibition at 11 Federation Square, Nicholls until November 14;

Beaver Galleries: Deakin Place hosts Tom Moore’s exhibition Glassorama-BioDrama! Diorama all day ding-dong! and that of Michael Schlitz Mental field images, November 4-21;

NFSA: The Archive will reopen to the public from November 5 with a full program of Arc Cinema screenings throughout November;

Art exhibition: By Franco-Australian artist Marie Barincou, AThR, titled Self-Care & the art of wellbeing, from November 5 to December 10 at the Alliance Française de Canberra, Turner;

Phoenix collective: Canberra string quartet to present new show Tales of war at Wesley Church, Forrest, November 5 at 7 p.m.

Smith’s Alternative Spring Series: The iconic City West venue hosts musical performances every Saturday and Sunday afternoon until November 28;

Fiction writing with Ewa Ramsey: An online workshop on writing a catchy opening scene, run in three two-hour blocks on November 6, 13 and 20; book via Eventbrite.

Flazeda: A host of alternative performing arts classes have resumed at Belconnen Dance Studio;

Uncalibrated space: New exhibition by local artist Rory Gillen at Tuggeranong Arts Center, November 6 to December 16;

Pialligo estate: Host a Bottomless Brunch on November 7 at 10:30 a.m. and a Spring High Tea on November 14 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Worm box: Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott of The Wharf Revue and guest Mandy Bishop are back at the Canberra Theater, November 8-20;

Great cinema night by bike: An edifying and inspiring 2021 short films collection, Monday 8 November from 6.30 p.m. to 8.45 p.m.

National portrait gallery: The Living Memory – National Photographic Portrait Prize the exhibition has been extended until January 16, 2022;

Wednesday noon concert: Pianist Mark Jurkiewicz performs Impromptu Schubert Wednesday November 10, from 12:40 p.m. to 1:20 p.m. at the Forrest room;

Aarwun Gallery: Two new exhibitions, that of Johnny Romeo Colossal youth and Bernard Ollis Be there, November 11-December 5;

Canberra Potters: Their Watson Gallery hosts the Members’ exhibition 2021, November 11-December 5;

Kyeema Gallery: The Hall gallery welcomes past and present works by artist Ruth Dodd until November 11;

Canberra Youth Theater: Presents a staging of Carp DM by The Emerge Company, at the Gorman Arts Center, Braddon, November 12-13;

A fancy dress party with a smelly 70s fondue: A groovy fondue evening at Contentious Character Vineyard, Wamboin, November 13 at 6:30 p.m.

Bilk Gallery: Carwoola art space hosts new group exhibition Solstice, November 13-December 18;

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Big Bike Film Night at Dendy Canberra, November 8, 6:30 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Photo provided.

Canberra Art Song: Sarahlouise Owens (soprano) and Ronan Apcar (piano) present Shining star concerts at the Wesley Music Center, Forrest, November 14 at 3 p.m. and 4:15 p.m.

Wesley Music Center: The Forrest site welcomes Character clarinet with Helena Maher on clarinet and pianist Lucus Allerton, November 17th at 12:40 pm;

Stronger than fiction: The documentary film festival is back System K, a film on street artists in Kinshasa, Friday November 19, 7 p.m. at Dendy Canberra;

Digital collage workshop: Presented by Simon Ward, this NGA online program will teach participants new skills through a free program, Blender, on November 20 from 10am to 11:30 am; book via

Book launch: New work by author Michael Burge Water reservoir will have a launch event moderated by Nigel Featherstone at The Book Cow, Kingston on November 24 at 5pm;

A Christmas Carol: The Charles Dickens classic is presented by Canberra Rep at the Canberra Rep Theater, Acton, from November 26 to December 5;

Belco Arts: Get up close and marvel at the original artwork from Graeme Base’s book The worst group in the universe at the Belconnen Arts Center, November 26-February 6;

Photo access: Manuka Gallery opens four new online exhibitions by local artists: Experiences in life [Melt], Surface appearances, Light materials, and 398, until November 27;

The war in 2021: Join Australian satirical stars Charles Firth, Mark Humphries, Jenna Owen and Victoria Zerbst of Freudian Nip, and James Schloeffel at the Canberra Theater, Civic, on November 30 at 7:30 p.m.

British Film Festival: The best of British cinema in a 31-film lineup through December 1 at Palace Electric Cinema, New Acton;

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