Category: events

The Famous Spiegeltent at Luna Park

When carnival icons combine: Spiegel et Luna

Have you heard the news? The Famous Spiegeltent is doing a 3-week spring season in St Kilda’s Luna Park! These two historic icons are combining for your entertainment. If the Opening Party is anything to go on, this season is…

Fire Gardens at Melbourne Festival

As Melbourne International Arts Festival (MIAF) artistic director Jonathan Holloway puts it: October is for MIAF and November is for sleeping. So while others chose to be snug in bed, The Plus Ones headed off to see Melbourne’s famous Royal…

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Gravitational Waves – Seeing Art in Science

Science and art are colliding like never before. Whereas once seen as distinct and separate disciplines, they are now forming a symbiotic alliance and generating immense creative possibilities for us to enjoy. Like all good trends, this is popping up…

Pinot Palooza – The Wine Lover’s Paradise

Wine lovers, get ready for the Christmas of wine, as Pinot Palooza comes to Melbourne this Saturday! Pinot Palooza is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever before! Over 100 styles of Pinot will be on display from top…

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Lost Picnic Comes to Melbourne

Melbourne, get your Spring picnic game on with the ultimate Sunday session crossed picnic crossed live concert. That’s right, Lost Picnic is coming to Melbourne on October 7, and it’s the the perfect place to kick off your shoes and…

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Legend- Stories of a Nation serves up Ukrainian delights

Dynamic national stories and traditions told in bright colours, intricate design, and vibrant movement were enjoyed at the end of Lehenda Ukrainian Dance Company’s 2018 national tour of Director Melanie Moravski Dechnicz’s Legend – Stories Of A Nation. An auditorium…

'The Fall' Soars

The Fall Soars

Sometimes the most powerful message can be conveyed in the simplest of terms. When an idea has enough force to carry its own weight simply by its word, it eschews the need for superfluity. Such is the case with The…

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Bravura performance from a clown for the ages, Scaramouche Jones

A one man play about a clown’s lifetime kept us mesmerised for 80 minutes in brilliant modern classic, Scaramouche Jones. Concerning a loveable rogue and tired stage man, this exquisite piece of millienium’s end writing gives us the clown’s journey…

Barringwood wines at VIN Diemen festival

VIN Diemen – Tasmania’s Finest Wines come to Melbourne

On a surprisingly warm and sunny Melbourne day, my Plus One and I headed to Pure South Dining to experience the VIN Diemen festival for wine and fun. The festival is a showcase of Tasmania’s fine wines and culinary delights. We were…