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Coming Events

Cheap theatre

The Griffin Theatre Company presents "Tiny Dynamite" at the SBW Stables Theatre, Kings Cross. Every Monday is pay-what-you-can (minimum $5)- the cheapest professional theatre you'll see in Sydney. For more details see the Griffin Theatre Company website.  

War of the Worlds

Be one of the first to see 'War of the Worlds' - Steven Spielberg's new film and support Youth Challenge Australia. Greater Union Macquarie Centre, Wednesday 29 June, tickets $16. For more details see the website

Caricature drawing workshop

Macquarie University Art Gallery Drawing Workshop with well-known Australian artist and caricaturist, Mick Joffea. The workshop will cater for all levels of drawing ability, and all materials are supplied. Macquarie University Art Gallery, Building E11A, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM on Tuesday 21st June, bookings preferred. For more information see the MQ Events website.



Sydney Film Festival

See the best films from around the world, including documentaries, feature films and shorts. Highlights of this year’s Festival include a retrospective Rock ‘n’ Roll themed films, the best new independent British cinema and some of the latest films from Argentina. 10-25th June, tickets $15, $11 concession. See the website for more information.   

MQ Trio- free lunchtime concert

One of the country's most loved chamber music groups will perform a FREE close up concert on Thursday 23 June, 1pm in E11A. For more information see the MQ Events website.

References and Notations

A survey of work by Australian artist Ambrose Reisch. It includes work that reflects his interest the Hawkesbury River area - brightly painted mooring posts, pelicans, landscapes, family portraits, and objects. Until 11 July, for more information see the MQ Events website.

Syria: The people and the politics

Centre for Middle East and North African Studies photographic exhibition. Photography by MQ student Bob Snow. Macquarie University Library. Free, for more information visit the MQ Events website.