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
On the last Sunday of every month, the Toff in Town will be hosting a night bursting with comedy, cabaret and charm. On each night, a different...The Toff in Town, 252 Swanston St, Melbourne
Be a little naughty and enjoy a night of provocative burlesque mixed in with comedy. The polished performances will showcase the varying themes,...The Wesley Anne, 250 High St, Northcote
24 Moons, a modern day speakeasy, is a stylish underground space in the discreet playground of progressive ACDC lane (off Flinders Lane)....AC/DC Lane, Melbourne
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
Bottoms Up! is a vibrant and creative studio space celebrating the art of Burlesque, Pole Dancing and a range of other styles of dance and movement.3 Pitt St, Brunswick
If you're after a glamour pin-up package, the House of Burlesque offers a penny-pinching hair, makeup and costume deal. The private and groups...329A Brunswick St, Fitzroy
A new contender looking to shake up the quieter, less quirky end of Chapel Street, Red Bennies is a welcome addition to Melbourne's clubbing...373 Chapel St, South Yarra
The Ethiopian circus queen talks to Time Out Melbourne.
The Burlesque Hour Loves Melbourne's creator and star talks to Time Out Melbourne.
Choreographers, dancers and purveyors of a wild mix of jazz, cabaret, contemporary and backroom ballet that has to be seen to be believed.
We're holding Red Bennies personally responsible for reducing Chapel Street's wanker quotient.
They go under the guises of The Freak and The Showgirl, which doesn’t even begin to hint at how confrontational the performances of Mat Fraser...