What To Do In Melbourne – June 2015

Winter has arrived and we’ve sorted through thousands of events occurring in June 2015 to suss out the seven best things to do in Melbourne! Queen Victoria Winter Night Market (3 June to 26 August) – “Cocooned within the historic sheds of Queen Victoria…

‘Don Carlos’ at Opera Australia

Like any good performance, an opera will transport you to another place. The scene, setting, costumes, and music should hold and absorb you in a fantasy. Opera Australia’s production of ‘Don Carlos’ does just that. Many regard ‘Don Carlos’ to…

Balvenie whisky

The Noble Experiment’s warming whisky tasting

As a Scot living in Melbourne, there are plenty of reasons for me to feel at home in this fair city.  Living near Edinburgh Gardens, a shared love of fish and chips or generally anything fried, and in particular the…

Grab a paddle of beer at the Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular 2015

If you’re a huge craft beer aficionado/aficionada, you don’t refer to it as the Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular. You just call it ‘GABS’. And you’ve already download the app. What is GABS? It’s a celebration of craft beer. Basically, hundreds…

Monkey King & The Secret Opium Den

On an icy Melbourne day I had the chance to explore Little Saigon. Even better, I did so in the delightful company of Little Miss Melbourne and the The Weekly Review team. The first stop was the warming spices of Monkey King….

‘Don Giovanni’ at Opera Australia

If you’ve never been to the opera before, Opera Australia’s production of ‘Don Giovanni’ is a cracker to satiate your curiosity. Mozart’s two-act opera is based on the legend of Don Juan. Don Giovanni is an unrepentant womanising scoundrel, who goes about town…

Underground Cinema’s ‘PATRIOT’ experience

Everything about Underground Cinema is a surprise. The film is secret. The location is secret. All you know is you’re going to watch a movie, interact with actors, and that you should dress a certain way. The UGC team are masters at…