Luke Hocking is an award-winning magician who'll read your mind and dazzle you with magical illusions every Friday night at Melbourne's Marriott...Marriott Hotel Melbourne, Cnr Lonsdale St & Exhibition St, Melbourne CBD VIC 3000, Melbourne
It’s impossible to approach a new production of Les Misérables with anything but trepidation. Our modern age is bitterly full of reboots,...Her Majesty's Theatre, 219 Exhibition St, Melbourne
Hollywood talent agent Sue Mengers was big in many ways, but it was only one that mattered: the wattage of the stars on her books. At the height...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Heraclitus said that you cannot step into the same river twice. While he meant it as a profound statement on the nature of change, he could have...Southbank Theatre, 140 Southbank Blvd, Southbank
In the landscape of modern theatre, with its seeming glut of experimental and self-referential work, it’s rather nice to see a well-written...Red Stitch Actors Theatre, 2 Chapel St, St Kilda
This theatre at Monash University has been around since 1967 and has seen the likes of the Melbourne Theatre Company, the Bell Shakespeare Company...Wellington Rd , Clayton
West Melbourne's home of amateur musical theatre, ceremonies, and community film screenings.115 Civic Parade, West Melbourne
Arts Centre Melbourne is the umbrella venue that houses the Hamer Hall, Playhouse, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, State Theatre, and Fairfax Studio as...100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Arts House splits its program across two venues: the North Melbourne Town Hall and the Meat Market (5 Blackwood St, North Melbourne). Committed to...521 Queensberry St, North Melbourne
Arts House: The Warehouse, is a flexible space in North Melbourne for small performances, galleries, exhibitions, meetings and events.29-33 Errol St, North Melbourne
Time Out speaks to Matthew Whittet about what it's like to be nine years old again.
Doing what they do best: Red Stitch announces a new program packed with Australian premieres of new work from the US and the UK.
Homeland and Broadway star Mandy Patinkin teams up with superstar baritone Nathan Gunn for an evening of camaraderie and tunes.
Seven illusionists are here to drag the ancient art of magic into the modern day - with none more twisted than Dan Sperry.
People walk away with all these feelings and sensations and ideas and conversations.
The death of Tanja Liedtke in August 2007 was one of the saddest things to happen to the arts in Australia in the last ten years. She was 29, a...