Melbourne guitar pop band The Earthmen are excited to announce a special, one-off reformation show
Come out with us and celebrate queer culture in a literary salon that combines revelation with revelry.
Songwriter, traveller, and raconteur, Fred Smith will be telling stories from his new memoir The Dust of Uruzgan, and playing songs from the acclaimed album of the same name
Leah Flanagan dives in deep with Saudades, a suite of songs that capture a full repertoire of the emotions that we carry into our relationships, romantic and otherwise.
Abby Dobson – ‘Baby’ and Lara Goodridge – ‘Lulu’ have recorded a second selection of classic and contemporary chansons
Learn Swing Dancing - beginner, intermediate & advanced classes available!
It’s the dumbest, funnest, hugest party of the year!
Awakening brings Frank Wedekind's timeless classic crashing into the twenty-first century.
Event Starts: 7:30 PM
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Come down for Dan's last Melbourne gig for awhile and wish him bon voyage!
Event Starts: 8:30 PM
Next Date: Sat 27th Aug
Shake it like a Polaroid picture at Anna’s Go-Go Academy every Tuesday night at Bella Union!
Next Date: Tue 30th Aug
Become a regular Bella UNION milongueros!
Each month, Casey Bennetto and guest singer-songwriters wend their merry way through a collection of entertaining originals, rambunctious covers and peculiar diversions!
Next Date: Thu 1st Sep
A night of excellent songs to dance to!
Next Date: Fri 2nd Sep
First Saturday of every month in 2016!
Next Date: Sat 3rd Sep
Next Date: Sun 4th Sep
Join us to shake it all off with drinks and dancing as we farewell yet another brilliant Festival in style.
A celebration with beloved Aboriginal actor and activist Uncle Jack Charles
Next Date: Tue 6th Sep
Professor Andy Blunden talks about his recently published book Origins of Collective Decision Making.
Next Date: Thu 8th Sep
Next Date: Fri 9th Sep
Next Date: Sat 10th Sep
Brunswick Women’s Choir’s 2016 concert will move, inspire and delight you. Join us for: Raise Your Hopeful Voice. Two shows only!
Next Date: Sun 11th Sep
Come see Laugh-Masters Academy graduates strut their stuff on stage along with a few special guest performers for an evening of improvised comedy.
Next Date: Tue 13th Sep
RMIT has just announced Melbourne’s newest literary festival Odyssey: Line By Line.
Next Date: Wed 14th Sep
Next Date: Thu 15th Sep
Verb: cut a rug (idiomatic) To dance, especially in a vigorous manner and in one of the dance styles of the first half of the twentieth century.
Next Date: Sat 17th Sep
Is it time to cut the umbilical cord with Mother Earth? What new possibilities await a life on Mars?
Next Date: Mon 19th Sep
EVEN launch their brand spanking new single proper in September with Thee Gravy Train, J Scot McKenzie and Ten Gallon Head
Next Date: Fri 23rd Sep
Fresh from the recent release of their exceptionally well received first single All I Can See, Amarillo are launching their their new full length album Eyes Still Fixed.
Next Date: Sat 8th Oct
LISTEN Conference 2016: Feminist Futures features keynote presentations, panel discussions, workshops and live performances.
Next Date: Fri 14th Oct
Come and help Small Town Romance celebrate the release of their debut album with local charmers Tom Dockray & The Dockadoodledoos.
Next Date: Fri 21st Oct
Next Date: Fri 4th Nov
Next Date: Sat 12th Nov
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