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MICF’s Faulty Towers The Dining Experience

A night of rollicking laughs, good food, and a humorous trip down memory lane brings the 1970s comedy sensation set in a Torquay hotel back to life in a loving tribute show, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience. You will see all…

Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2018: Gameshow of Thrones

Quite literally, winter is coming to Melbourne, and the Gameshow of Thrones seems to be the perfect show for the season. Hosted by comedian and quizmaster Isabella Valetta, the Gameshow of Thrones aims to crown the ultimate house to rule on…

PO PO MO CO

PO PO MO CO at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

PO PO MO CO have had a tremendously successful run, season after season, entertaining audiences at festivals with stunningly visual and exceptionally creative sketches. This year, troupe have returned to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with the full tale of…

Prince Alfred Returns to Carlton, With a Swanky New Rooftop

Melbourne Uni’s favourite prince is back, and he’s bolder and sexier than ever before. Originally opened in 1925, Carlton’s Prince Alfred bar has been a uni student local haunt. The Prince closed his doors in 2015 to undergo major renovations…

Japanese Cuisine, Order, & Chaos At Tetsujin

Escape to Tokyo for an afternoon and take yourself on a feasting journey through the multi-faceted Japanese culture at Tetsujin. Upon first glance, the Emporium restaurant simply looks like an upscale sushi train. You might enter into a vibrant and…

Shine Skin and Body opens in Richmond

If you’re in need for some downtime, pampering and a feel goodness kinda beauty therapy sesh, then you should certainly pay Shine, Skin and Body in Richmond a visit. Enter into rustic mirrors smeared with gold, vintage crystal chandeliers with…

Almost Lesbians

Almost Lesbians at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Sophie Joske and Anna Piper Scott have a mission, and a talent to carry it through. As well as addressing gender and sexuality in a variety of entertaining forms, ‘Almost Lesbians’ explores what is required to create the perfect example…

Tchaikovsky 5: MSO Great Classics Series

Muhai Tang conducts Tchaikovsky 5 and James Ehnes premieres a contemporary concerto, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Tonight is a treat. Brahms’ overture is the starter, a serious piece that reflects its titular drama. James Ehnes then performs a scintillating…