Melbourne International Jazz Festival: Songs From My Father

  United by a shared passion for the music of Charlie Haden, Iconoclast Petra Haden joined forces with local bass master Nick Haywood and some of Australia’s finest jazz artists to celebrate the music of her father. Part of Melbourne’s…

Melbourne Good Food Month

Winter is not just coming, it’s already here! All Melburnians know though, that just because it’s getting cold outside, doesn’t mean you should stay home. That is especially true in June when the delicious Good Food Month returns! The month…

Shanghai-style comfort food arrives just in time for winter

David’s latest Shanghai-inspired menu is set to thwart the winter chill. After 20 years running his flagship restaurant in Prahran, the self-described ‘Shanghai boy’ isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel. Rather, founder David Zhou is continuing to fine-tune his recipes….

Save the date: National Celtic Festival 2019

No plans for the long weekend? Grab your kilt and get ready to dance the cold away at the National Celtic Festival 2019. Held over the June long weekend (7th-10th) in Victoria’s picturesque seaside town of Portarlington, lovers of culturally…

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Happy-Go-Wrong: Andi Snelling Returns With a Compelling New Show

Andi Snelling has earned her reputation as one of Melbourne’s deeply enticing physical and character performers, and her return to the stage with ‘Happy-Go-Wrong’ is a long awaited devoted performance that addresses ailment and struggle that is both personable and…

A Night Celebrating The World’s Best Beers

The results are in! The best beers in Australia (and around the world) have been judged and awarded at the annual Australian International Beer Awards. Following three intense days of judging, the AIBA cumulated in a night of merriment at the…