Vaudeville, cabaret and burlesque-lovers Speakeasy HQ are opening a new rooftop bar, and it's called the Blind Tiger. It's also a dedicated...Speakeasy HQ, Level 1, 377 Little Bourke St, Melbourne
Acrobat, juggler, fire performer and sideshow artist – Ell Bella is the complete circus package. Performing around Australia and the world for...Northcote Town Hall, 189 High St, Northcote
Queensland circus troupe Circa takes traditional acts like trapeze and clowning and adds blindfolds, giant rabbit heads and electronica. You can...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
If you can think of a circus theme more ambitious than presenting the whole of human evolution from microorganism to space age individual, then...Flemington Racecourse, 400 Epsom Rd, Flemington
Tucked in a deep, dark corner of South Melbourne lies Bohemia, a cabaret and burlesque club that claims to cater to every taste: "the sublime to...226-228 Coventry St, South Melbourne
Built in Belgium in 1910, this luxurious cabaret venue has seen the likes of Edith Piaf and Kurt Weil in its travels across Europe. It is now...35 Johnston St, Collingwood
NICA is a national not-for-profit organisation and the only circus training institution of its kind in Australia. NICA provides professional...41 Green St , Prahran
Part comedy, part cabaret, part variety, and lots of kidding around; the Crimson Goat is undoubtedly a unique night of entertainment for Melbourne...557 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
A Melbourne-based community arts organisation creating circus, perfomance, physical theatre, music and leadership opportunities for young people.2/29 Cameron St, Brunswick
As the physical theatre company returns from international success to perform at the Melbourne Fetival, Time Out corners Albury boy Ben Lewis to...
The Ethiopian circus queen talks to Time Out Melbourne.
It's like walking into an extended family. Everyone is really relaxed and supportive, not only the performers and the backend, but in the office as...
"A forklift is the most dangerous thing I've worked with."
Street circus and physical theatre duo D’Irque and Fien will be cartwheeling into Melbourne this January with Oh Suivant