The actor and singer is performing a cabaret with songs spanning many genres.
Jil Hogan Your guide to what's going on around the capital this weekend.
Ian Warden At last! Famously tree-festooned Canberra is to host its first tree-climbing championships.
Sally Pryor Is the day of rest what it used to be, or is there a modern take on what Sunday offers?
Ron Cerabona Environmental concerns as well as tragicomedy are at the forefront of Uncle Vanya.
Ron Cerabona Frank Abagnale jnr was an airline pilot, a lawyer, a surgeon, and a millionaire – all before he turned 21. How he did it is the subject of the Broadway musical Catch Me If You Can, which will have its Canberra premiere in May.
Timed for release ahead of it's namesake holiday, Mother's Day is a wonderful and heart-warming film about mothers and their children.
Sally Pryor Glass, metal and clay.
What's on in Canberra's art scene
Judith Ireland Just as pornography is only a few clicks away for adults on the internet - so it is for children.
Hawkesbury Leisure and Learning Centre a more central location for College.
Labor releases its climate change policy and Macquarie candidates weigh in.
A-LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Adelaide United ends 13-year wait to become champions.
The Reds just about deserved their maiden championship. The Wanderers? Near enough, but not quite good enough. Again.
Iconic race could return to the Hawkesbury River in future, but it all rests on finding enough safety ...
Blaxlands Ridge man claims home win in Double Dash.
An rare peek inside the studio of a local glassblower. Pictures: Geoff Jones - Fairfax Media