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Upcoming Shows

Manningham Carols by Candlelight [Victoria]
Friday December 10, 2021

Ruffey Lake Park, Doncaster VIC, Australia

Pack a picnic rug and head to Ruffey Lake Park to celebrate the festive season with traditional carols and musical entertainment, a free family festival, and a spectacular evening fireworks display.

Manningham Carols by Candlelight [Victoria]
Solace by Selwyn Hoffmann & Darebin Arts Prize [Melbourne]
Friday December 10, 2021

Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre, Bundoora VIC, Australia

Celebrating Solace by Selwyn Hoffmann (presented in partnership with Midsumma) and the Darebin Art Prize 2021, this special event includes the announcement of this year’s winner!

Solace by Selwyn Hoffmann & Darebin Arts Prize [Melbourne]
Greater Dandenong Carols – Bringing Christmas Home [Online]
Friday December 10, 2021


The City of Greater Dandenong invites the community to the Greater Dandenong Carols – Bringing Christmas Home. This online concert will be presented online as a Zoom session where you can see and be seen!

Greater Dandenong Carols - Bringing Christmas Home [Online]
Archer Magazine Issue #16: The DISABILITIES issue! (Launch) [Melbourne]
Sunday December 12, 2021

ABBOTSFORD CONVENT, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

We’re thrilled to be launching Archer Magazine Issue #16: The DISABILITIES issue!

Archer Magazine Issue #16: The DISABILITIES issue! (Launch) [Melbourne]
S.S. Metaphor [Melbourne]
Thursday December 16, 2021

Malthouse Theatre, Southbank Victoria, Australia

A cabaret-comedy aboard a luxury cruise liner

S.S. Metaphor [Melbourne]
Banyule Carols by Candlelight 2021 [Victoria]
Saturday December 18, 2021

Greensborough War Memorial Park,, Greensborough Victoria, Australia

Get into the Christmas spirit and enjoy Banyule’s very own Carols by Candlelight

Banyule Carols by Candlelight 2021 [Victoria]
Rod Stewart (Live In Concert) [Melbourne]
Tuesday March 15, 2022

Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Returning to Australia in 2020 for The Hits! tour, a 50 year celebration of his stellar career…and this time, with Auslan access.

Rod Stewart (Live In Concert) [Melbourne]
Let It Be Live – 50th Anniversary [Melbourne]
Thursday May 12, 2022

Palais Theatre, St Kilda, St Kilda Victoria, Australia

Following two sold-out tours of The Beatles’ Abbey Road live in 2019/20, ARC is returning in 2021 to present the final Beatles album in all its glory – Let It Be.

Let It Be Live – 50th Anniversary [Melbourne]
Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox [Melbourne]
Saturday September 24, 2022

Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

This summer Mr Fox and his family, friends and foes are getting set to once again leap off the page (and all around the stage).

Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox [Melbourne]
Alanis Morissette [Melbourne]
Tuesday November 8, 2022

Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

NEW DATE – Alanis Morissette is bringing her 2020 World Tour celebrating 25 years of “Jagged Little Pill”

Alanis Morissette [Melbourne]
Alanis Morissette [Melbourne]
Wednesday November 9, 2022

Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

SOLD OUT – Alanis Morissette is bringing her 2020 World Tour celebrating 25 years of “Jagged Little Pill”

Alanis Morissette [Melbourne]

 

 

Past Shows

BREATH EXHIBITION – Louise Marson[Melbourne]
Sunday December 5, 2021

The Dax Centre, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Auslan interpreted exhibition launch

BREATH EXHIBITION - Louise Marson[Melbourne]
Gather Podcast Party[Ballarat]
Sunday December 5, 2021

Ballaarat Mechanics Institute (second level in the Humffray Room)., Ballarat Victoria, Australia

Enjoy a feast of local creative talent including a film from Ramas McRae and a special premiere screening of ‘Intimacy in Isolation’ a pandemic collaboration from Bronwyn Blaiklock, Erin M McCuskey and Lily Paskas.

Gather Podcast Party[Ballarat]
Children’s Storytelling Workshop with Ailsa Wild (SLV) [Online]
Saturday December 4, 2021


Lead by special guest Ailsa Wild, author of the magical Naughtiest pixie series and the adventure-packed Squishy Taylor books.

Children's Storytelling Workshop with Ailsa Wild (SLV) [Online]
Children’s Storytelling Workshop with Ailsa Wild (SLV) [Online]
Saturday December 4, 2021


Lead by special guest Ailsa Wild, author of the magical Naughtiest pixie series and the adventure-packed Squishy Taylor books.

Children's Storytelling Workshop with Ailsa Wild (SLV) [Online]
Just A Spoonful Podcast LIVE [Melbourne]
Friday December 3, 2021

The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

A live recording of Just A Spoonful, the podcast that is young and fully sick!

Just A Spoonful Podcast LIVE [Melbourne]
ARCHIMEDES WAR [Melbourne]
Thursday December 2, 2021

Northcote Town Hall, Northcote VIC, Australia

ARCHIMEDES WAR is a dark comedy exploring the frightening depersonalisation of modern warfare, where waging war can look like a video game and playing video games has real-life consequences.

ARCHIMEDES WAR [Melbourne]
APHIDS End Of Year Soirees: A Perfect Day [Melbourne]
Thursday December 2, 2021

Collingwood Yards, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Aphids have invited artist Catherine Ryan to deliver a performance lecture looking at notions of time and productivity in pop music.

APHIDS End Of Year Soirees: A Perfect Day [Melbourne]
Talent Camp 2022 Info Session (AAV / FILM VIC) [Online]
Wednesday December 1, 2021


The Australian Film Television & Radio School (AFTRS) has opened submissions for Talent Camp 2022. 

Talent Camp 2022 Info Session (AAV / FILM VIC) [Online]
Fest-Able [Melbourne]
Sunday November 28, 2021

Crown Street Stables, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Grab a picnic rug and help us promote awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with a disability

Fest-Able [Melbourne]
Voyagers [Melbourne]
Saturday November 27, 2021

La Mama Courthouse, Carlton Victoria, Australia

With songs about the Opportunity Mars Rover, giant butterflies, dogs, dead owls and deep space, Andrew Strano & Loclan Mackenzie-Spencer take their trademark quirky, honest, and heartfelt look at grief, isolation, and how we can survive it together. 

Voyagers [Melbourne]
Ability Fest [Melbourne]
Saturday November 27, 2021

Alexandra Gardens, Melbourne VIC, Australia

This 1-day festival will raise funds used to help young Australians with disabilities fulfil their potential through their grant program.

Ability Fest [Melbourne]
FAKE (Going Down Swinging – Launch) [Melbourne]
Thursday November 25, 2021

Mission To Seafarers, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Join us to usher in the unbelievably fabulous FAKE edition, Going Down Swinging’s 42nd annual edition.

FAKE (Going Down Swinging - Launch) [Melbourne]
No Excuses! Women’s Choir – A Benefit Concert for Women’s Safety [Online]
Tuesday November 9, 2021


Join us at this special livestream event to raise funds for impact for Women who assist Women and Children fleeing extreme violence at home.

No Excuses! Women's Choir - A Benefit Concert for Women's Safety [Online]
Alter State Digital Launch [Online]
Tuesday November 9, 2021 - Saturday November 13, 2021


An exciting moment to see work from Australia and Aotearoa that celebrates creativity and disability.

Alter State Digital Launch [Online]
The Art Of Blak Critique (MWF) [Online]
Wednesday November 3, 2021


Hear from a panel of First Nations critics, reviewers and essayists

The Art Of Blak Critique (MWF) [Online]
Art Day South: 30 Years [Online]
Friday October 29, 2021


Celebrating 30 years of the inclusive art studio Art Day South (ADS) and the marvellous work of the past and current ADS studio artists

Art Day South: 30 Years [Online]
Creative Alternatives – Day 2 (Music Victoria) [Online]
Friday October 29, 2021


Short stories from creatives who have found alternative ways to be inspired and earn some money while live music is off the table.

Creative Alternatives - Day 2 (Music Victoria) [Online]
2021 Stephen Murray-Smith Memorial Lecture: Rose Hiscock (SLV) [Melbourne]
Thursday October 28, 2021


Join Rose Hiscock as she delivers the 2021 Stephen Murray-Smith Memorial Lecture, ‘Why we need to tear down the borders between science, design and art in a post-COVID world.’

2021 Stephen Murray-Smith Memorial Lecture: Rose Hiscock (SLV) [Melbourne]
Sustaining Creative Workers Initiative (VIC) [Online]
Thursday October 28, 2021


Regional Arts Victoria is proud to be working with Creative Victoria and industry partners to deliver the Victorian Government’s Sustaining Creative Workers initiative.

Sustaining Creative Workers Initiative (VIC) [Online]
Creative Alternatives (Music Victoria) [Online]
Thursday October 28, 2021


Short stories from creatives who have found alternative ways to be inspired and earn some money while live music is off the table.

Creative Alternatives (Music Victoria) [Online]
Lines of Inquiry: Indigenous Poetry (MWF) [Online]
Wednesday October 27, 2021


How does the flexible form of poetry make it uniquely placed to vivify Indigenous storylines, languages and connections to Country while grappling with the ongoing legacy of Australia’s brutal colonisation?

Lines of Inquiry: Indigenous Poetry (MWF) [Online]
CULTURAL GARDENERS (Arts Front) [Online]
Tuesday October 26, 2021


A meeting to share information, solidarity and opportunities to act.

CULTURAL GARDENERS (Arts Front) [Online]
Out, About & Connected [Online]
Saturday October 9, 2021


A panel discussion around healthy ageing; staying well and connected beyond COVID.

Out, About & Connected [Online]
Dhulka of Poetry (Melbourne Fringe) [Online]
Tuesday October 5, 2021


A spoken word artist from Somalia shares stories about his homeland and the world.

Dhulka of Poetry (Melbourne Fringe) [Online]
Little Night In [Online]
Sunday September 26, 2021


We’re excited to bring this online event to the safety and comfort of your own home.

Little Night In [Online]
Bandicoots in our Backyard [Online]
Wednesday September 22, 2021


Our Southern Brown Bandicoots are important to our environment and they are in trouble, here’s how you can help!

Bandicoots in our Backyard [Online]
We Will Rock You – NEW DATE IN 2022 TBA [Melbourne]
Friday September 10, 2021

Doncaster Playhouse, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Featuring more than 20 hit Queen songs, We Will Rock You follows two revolutionaries as they try to save Rock in a dystopian world.

We Will Rock You - NEW DATE IN 2022 TBA  [Melbourne]
Postponed – YES THE RABBLE (Arts House) [Melbourne]
Thursday September 9, 2021

Arts House, North Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

New date TBA

Postponed - YES THE RABBLE (Arts House) [Melbourne]
Wyndham Learning Festival (ONLINE)
Sunday September 5, 2021


Wyndham Learning Festival 2021 is proud to invite Mina Guli to lead the Signature event.

Wyndham Learning Festival (ONLINE)
Changing Nature Of Paris (NGV) [Melbourne]
Wednesday September 1, 2021

Clemenger Auditorium, NGV, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

The Impressionists emerged from a time of enormous social upheaval including what architectural historian Antony Sutcliffe referred to as the ‘biggest urban renewal project the world has ever seen’.

Changing Nature Of Paris (NGV) [Melbourne]
Melbourne Zoo – Amphibians, situation critical [Online]
Wednesday August 18, 2021


Climate change and the infectious disease Chytrid Fungus have devastated species like the Baw Baw Frog across Victoria and around the world. Hear from experts working in the field in a race against the clock to prevent the extinction of local frog species.

Melbourne Zoo - Amphibians, situation critical [Online]
Fellowships Program (SLV) [Online]
Tuesday August 17, 2021


Come along to our online information nights to find out more about the program

Fellowships Program (SLV) [Online]
Children’s Storytelling Workshop with Aussie STEM stars (SLV) [Online]
Tuesday August 17, 2021


Celebrate National Science Week with authors from the exciting new book series Aussie STEM stars.

Children’s Storytelling Workshop with Aussie STEM stars (SLV) [Online]
CANCELLED – THEM [Melbourne]
Monday August 16, 2021

Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

CANCELLED

CANCELLED - THEM [Melbourne]
Hedda Gabler [Melbourne]
Friday August 13, 2021

La Mama Courthouse, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

cancelled

Hedda Gabler [Melbourne]
Consultations (AAV) [Online]
Monday August 9, 2021


Would you like to know how you rate with your current access and inclusion measures for Deaf and Disabled people?

Consultations (AAV) [Online]
CREATIVE VICTORIA Info Session [Online]
Friday August 6, 2021


Online info session

CREATIVE VICTORIA Info Session [Online]
Poetry Month Gala [Melbourne]
Wednesday August 4, 2021

The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

This August, we’re all about powerful poetry. In honour of Red Room Poetry’s inaugural Poetry Month, we’re celebrating with a showcase highlighting some of Australia’s – and the world’s – finest wordsmiths.

Poetry Month Gala [Melbourne]
HYDRA [Melbourne]
Sunday August 1, 2021

Northcote Town Hall, Northcote Victoria, Australia

From multi-award winning duo Double Water Sign; the makers of GROUND CONTROL and MORAL PANIC, this searing new work of science-fiction is the story of an angry young man and the woman whose job it is to kill him.

HYDRA [Melbourne]
POSTPONED – Let It Be Live – 50th Anniversary [Melbourne]
Sunday July 25, 2021

Palais Theatre, St Kilda, St Kilda Victoria, Australia

See new date on THURSDAY 30 SEPT

POSTPONED - Let It Be Live – 50th Anniversary [Melbourne]
POSTPONED – Smith Street Dreaming [Melbourne]
Saturday July 24, 2021

Atherton Gardens, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

New date – TBA

POSTPONED - Smith Street Dreaming [Melbourne]
POSTPONED – Thrive Festival (The Emerald Hill precinct) [Melbourne]
Saturday July 24, 2021

The Emerald Hill Precinct (various locations), Melbourne Victoria, Australia

POSTPONED – more info will be shared soon

POSTPONED - Thrive Festival (The Emerald Hill precinct) [Melbourne]
POSTPONED – BLAKWIZ 2021 [Melbourne]
Wednesday July 21, 2021

Fitzroy Town Hall, Fitzroy VIC, Australia

New date TBA

POSTPONED - BLAKWIZ 2021 [Melbourne]
Rage and Dissent [Melbourne]
Tuesday July 20, 2021


They say, ‘Don’t get mad. Get even.’ But can rage itself be fuel for change?

Rage and Dissent [Melbourne]
Because The Night (Immersive Theatre) [Melbourne]
Wednesday July 14, 2021

Malthouse Theatre, Southbank Victoria, Australia

Something is unfolding here in Elsinore. For weeks the strikes have been intensifying—but there’s a new mood tonight as Carnival approaches. There’s a vivid sense of an era ending—a new age opening up

Because The Night (Immersive Theatre) [Melbourne]
Ahead of the Game: Sport, Storytelling and Symbolism [Melbourne]
Tuesday July 13, 2021

The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Australians love our sport: playing it, watching it, discussing it, and analysing it in passionate, exhaustive detail.

Ahead of the Game: Sport, Storytelling and Symbolism [Melbourne]
Q&A after “GLASS” by Rawcus (Darebin Arts) [Melbourne]
Sunday July 11, 2021

Northcote Town Hall, Northcote VIC, Australia

Combining moments of vulnerability and humour, GLASS is highly physical, sculptural, unexpected and tender.

Q&A after "GLASS" by Rawcus (Darebin Arts) [Melbourne]
First Stage [Melbourne]
Friday July 9, 2021

The Lawler, Southbank Theatre, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Join us as actors perform dramatic readings of the emerging playwrights’ new works.

First Stage [Melbourne]
FACING UP (NAIDOC week) [Ballarat]
Sunday July 4, 2021

Eureka Centre – Home of the Eureka Flag (102 Stawell Street South), Ballarat Victoria, Australia

Join us at Eureka Centre on Wadawurrung land for these NAIDOC week performances of ‘Facing Up’

FACING UP (NAIDOC week) [Ballarat]
Beep [Melbourne]
Wednesday June 30, 2021

Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts (Monash Uni, Clayton), Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Windmill Theatre’s trademark design, music and puppetry, tells the story of Beep and what happens when someone new comes to town.

Beep [Melbourne]
Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show [Melbourne]
Tuesday June 29, 2021

Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

See Bluey, Bingo, Mum and Dad as you’ve never seen them before

Bluey's Big Play The Stage Show [Melbourne]
EXHIBITION INTRODUCTION FRENCH IMPRESSIONISM (NGV) [Melbourne]
Sunday June 27, 2021

Clemenger Auditorium, NGV, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

In an international exclusive, the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) presents a major exhibition of more than 100 masterworks of French Impressionism in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), an institution renowned world-wide for its rich holdings of Impressionist paintings.

EXHIBITION INTRODUCTION FRENCH IMPRESSIONISM (NGV) [Melbourne]
Closing Night: Be Kind, Rewind (EWF) [Online]
Saturday June 26, 2021


Break out the butterfly clips, trucker caps and jelly bracelets, because it’s time to party like it’s 2003.

Closing Night: Be Kind, Rewind (EWF) [Online]
Writing Narrative for Games (EWF) [Online]
Saturday June 26, 2021


So you love games and you love storytelling – how about levelling up and putting the two together?

Writing Narrative for Games (EWF) [Online]
Paper Planet [Melbourne]
Saturday June 26, 2021

Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Children and families are invited to create a beautiful world inside a forest of tall cardboard trees, using only paper, tape and their imaginations

Paper Planet [Melbourne]
Introducing Goya (NGV) [Melbourne]
Saturday June 26, 2021

Clemenger Auditorium, NGV, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Celebrating the opening of Goya: Drawings from the Prado Museum, NGV curators introduce various aspects of Goya’s work

Introducing Goya (NGV) [Melbourne]
Late Night Literature: #NSFW (EWF) [Online]
Wednesday June 23, 2021


From tender to tantalising, funny to forthright, sweaty to sweet, sex writing runs a gamut of style, genre, voice and purpose.

Late Night Literature: #NSFW (EWF) [Online]
Tardy: Ready and Disabled (Melbourne Fringe) [Melbourne]
Wednesday June 23, 2021

Trades Hall, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Queer. Autistic. Veteran. So many stereotypes. Late to the party. Late bloomer. Late diagnosed. Jacci Pillar was born to be late, but better later than never

Tardy: Ready and Disabled (Melbourne Fringe) [Melbourne]
Queerstories [Melbourne]
Wednesday June 23, 2021

Glen Eira Town Halll, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

After a wonderful online event in the depths of 2020’s lockdown months, Queerstories returns for an exciting live event, presented in partnership with Glen Eira City Council’s Youth Services and Glen Eira City Council’s Storytelling Festival.

Queerstories [Melbourne]
EWF Vietnam Library Launch (EWF) [Online]
Wednesday June 23, 2021


The ??t N??c Library is a community-curated collection of stories with a focus on Vietnam and its diaspora.

EWF Vietnam Library Launch (EWF) [Online]
The Lifespan of a Fact  [Melbourne]
Saturday June 19, 2021

Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

A somewhat accurate, sort of factual, non-fiction story, this comic Broadway hit makes its Australian premiere in a production directed by Petra Kalive (Hungry Ghosts).

The Lifespan of a Fact  [Melbourne]
Opening Night: Collective Imaginings [Online, YouTube]
Wednesday June 16, 2021


“The power of storytelling is to share the lives of people who change the world.” – Nakkiah Lui

Opening Night: Collective Imaginings [Online, YouTube]
Ahead of the Game: Sport, Storytelling and Symbolism [Melbourne]
Tuesday June 1, 2021

The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Australians love our sport: playing it, watching it, discussing it, and analysing it in passionate, exhaustive detail.

Ahead of the Game: Sport, Storytelling and Symbolism [Melbourne]
THE IMPORTANCE OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE (NGV) [Melbourne]
Saturday May 29, 2021

Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Melbourne VIC , Australia

Recognising the sophisticated appreciation of weather systems within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural knowledge, the works on display in Big Weather showcase how artists from diverse Indigenous communities hold this knowledge in art.

THE IMPORTANCE OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE (NGV) [Melbourne]
Every Second (presented by Wit Incorporated) [Melbourne]
Friday May 28, 2021

Bluestone Church Arts Space, Footscray, Victoria, Australia 3011 VIC, Australia

Meg and Tim. Jen and Bill. All they want is a child. No sugar, no alcohol, no dignity. A rollercoaster of IVF, fertility gods and dancing sperm. They’re good people, they deserve this, it’ll happen for them. Right?

Every Second (presented by Wit Incorporated) [Melbourne]
Little Brother, Big Sister [Melbourne]
Friday May 28, 2021

La Mama Courthouse, Carlton Victoria, Australia

On the brink of artistic discovery, Michel’s plans for the future are interrupted by a diagnosis of schizophrenia – he must rely on his sister – yet Karen has dreams of her own, how long can she push them aside to care for him?

Little Brother, Big Sister [Melbourne]
Reconciliation Week 2021 – Reconciliation Takes Action [Victoria]
Thursday May 27, 2021

Springvale Community Hub, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Auslan interpreted sessions TBA

Reconciliation Week 2021 - Reconciliation Takes Action [Victoria]
Midsumma Pride March 2021 – LIVESTREAM [Melbourne]
Sunday May 23, 2021

Fitzroy St & Catani Gardens, Fitzroy St, St Kilda VIC, Australia

Once again marchers will colour Fitzroy St in a parade of solidarity. Midsumma is encouraging audiences to attend/view the march in ONLY TWO ways: at a venue, or watch from home

Midsumma Pride March 2021 - LIVESTREAM [Melbourne]
Urzila Carlson [Melbourne]
Saturday May 22, 2021

Palais Theatre, St Kilda, St Kilda Victoria, Australia

South African-New Zealander URZILA CARLSON is a Token African. She’s also a multi award-winning comedian, the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s highest ticket-seller, and a household name across two continents.

Urzila Carlson [Melbourne]
THE BIG PICTURE: Making Authentic Movies (St Kilda Film Festival) [Melbourne]
Saturday May 22, 2021

JMC Academy, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

This deaf led industry event exploring the inclusive production process behind powerful new Australian short film – Dry Fire which is included in this year’s Top 100 (Presented in Auslan and translated into English)

THE BIG PICTURE: Making Authentic Movies (St Kilda Film Festival) [Melbourne]
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee [Frankston]
Friday May 21, 2021

Ngargee Theatre, John Paul College, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

The show centers on a fictional spelling bee set in a Putnam Valley Middle School. Six awkward spelling champions learn that winning (and losing) isn’t everything.

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee [Frankston]
CLTC The Great Australian Rock Musical 2021 [Melbourne]
Friday May 21, 2021

Plenty Ranges Arts & Convention Centre, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Charles Latrobe College presents The Great Australian Rock Musical 2021!

CLTC The Great Australian Rock Musical 2021 [Melbourne]
CLTC The Great Australian Rock Musical 2021 [Melbourne]
Thursday May 20, 2021

Plenty Ranges Arts & Convention Centre, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Charles Latrobe College presents The Great Australian Rock Musical 2021!

CLTC The Great Australian Rock Musical 2021 [Melbourne]
Coconut Woman [Melbourne]
Saturday May 15, 2021

Meat Market, North Melbourne , Australia

Coconut Woman is a comedy-drama with music. A fish out of water story, raw, funny, poignant, with just the right amount of musical punctuation.

Coconut Woman [Melbourne]
The Fae (SIGNAL) [Melbourne]
Friday May 14, 2021

SIGNAL, Melbourne VIC 3000 VIC, Australia

Discover an ethereal garden, a-flutter with Fae in a performance work capturing the similarities between the origins of fairies and early colonial writings on Blak peoples.

The Fae (SIGNAL) [Melbourne]
CONSIDERABLE SEXUAL LICENSE (Darebin Arts) [Melbourne]
Thursday May 13, 2021

Northcote Town Hall, Northcote VIC, Australia

(Dance) Join, proud Wiradjuri man Joel Bray and a talented team of collaborators including Carly Sheppard, Dan Newell  and Niharika Senepati for a flirty, occasionally filthy and deeply passionate look at the true history of sensuality ‘down under’.

CONSIDERABLE SEXUAL LICENSE (Darebin Arts) [Melbourne]
The Words That Shaped Us (The Wheeler Centre) [Melbourne]
Tuesday May 11, 2021

The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

What are the books that shaped you? Come and celebrate the texts that have influenced our lives literally and literarily, alongside the reveal of the jam-packed 2021 Emerging Writers’ Festival program.

The Words That Shaped Us (The Wheeler Centre) [Melbourne]
Queerstories [Canberra]
Saturday May 8, 2021

The Hunting Lodge , Tuggeranong Arts Centre, Greenway Canberra, Australia

Vulnerable and powerful, hilarious and heartbreaking, Queerstories celebrates the culture and creativity of the LGBTQI+ community one true story at a time. A national storytelling project directed by Maeve Marsden.

Queerstories [Canberra]
AMPLIFY (Music Makers Showcase) [Melbourne]
Saturday May 8, 2021

Collingwood Yards, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Amplify is a one-night showcase accompanied by a weeklong art exhibition, highlighting the experience of being Deaf and Disabled in the Victorian music industry.

AMPLIFY (Music Makers Showcase) [Melbourne]
FANTASTIC YES [Melbourne]
Saturday May 8, 2021

Walker Street Gallery, Corner Walker and Robinson Streets , Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Opening:  Saturday 8th May, from 2 – 4pm, at The Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre.

FANTASTIC YES [Melbourne]
INFLUENCING CHANGE [Melbourne]
Saturday May 8, 2021

NGV AUSTRALIA, FEDERATION SQUARE (Exhibition Space), Melbourne VIC, Australia

How can art and design influence change and contribute to a positive future?

INFLUENCING CHANGE  [Melbourne]
FANGIRLS [Melbourne]
Friday May 7, 2021

Arts Centre Melbourne, Playhouse, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

FANGIRLS follows the uproarious story of Edna, a plucky misfit scholarship girl who believes that she alone can win the heart of the world’s biggest pop star; Harry.

FANGIRLS [Melbourne]
Bighouse Dreaming [Melbourne]
Friday May 7, 2021

Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Between school, court, family dramas and stints in The Bighouse, will Chris ever make it as a rapper?

Bighouse Dreaming [Melbourne]
Sunday Sessions (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Sunday May 2, 2021

Malthouse Theatre, Southbank Victoria, Australia

With keyboard stylings by Joshie Belle, non-binary cabaret-star, music-theatre-composing sensation, and special guests.

Sunday Sessions (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Sunday Sessions (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Sunday May 2, 2021

Malthouse Theatre, Southbank Victoria, Australia

With keyboard stylings by Joshie Belle, non-binary cabaret-star, music-theatre-composing sensation, and special guests.

Sunday Sessions (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
VCE Top Acts 2021 [Melbourne]
Saturday May 1, 2021

Melbourne Recital Centre, Southbank Victoria, Australia

The concert comprises stunning performances by young performing artists.

VCE Top Acts 2021 [Melbourne]
Midsumma Festival Live at the Bowl. [Melbourne]
Saturday May 1, 2021

Arts Centre Melbourne, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourn Victoria, Australia

Australia’s LGBTQIA+ arts and cultural experience, Midsumma Festival, in partnership with Arts Centre Melbourne are excited to introduce the inaugural Midsumma Festival Live at the Bowl.

Midsumma Festival Live at the Bowl. [Melbourne]
Midsumma 2021: Park Lounge [Werribee, VIC]
Saturday May 1, 2021

Kelly Park Centre, Werribee VIC, Australia

Join us in the park for a luminous evening performance of music, theatre and dance to delight and entertain you with all the colours of the rainbow!

Midsumma 2021: Park Lounge [Werribee, VIC]
QUEERS DRAW THIS EXHIBITION [Coburg, VIC]
Saturday May 1, 2021

Coburg Lake Reserve, Coburg Victoria, Australia

Come and celebrate the first year of Queers Draw This!

QUEERS DRAW THIS EXHIBITION [Coburg, VIC]
RAINBOW FAMILIES CABARET – 2nd show (Midsumma) [Victoria]
Saturday May 1, 2021

Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Laugh along with your hosts, The Listies. Celebrate our collective differences in an open-air cabaret for kids at the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl, as part of Live at the Bowl series.

RAINBOW FAMILIES CABARET - 2nd show (Midsumma) [Victoria]
RAINBOW FAMILIES CABARET – 1st show (Midsumma) [Victoria]
Saturday May 1, 2021

Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Laugh along with your hosts, The Listies. Celebrate our collective differences in an open-air cabaret for kids at the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl, as part of Live at the Bowl series.

RAINBOW FAMILIES CABARET - 1st show (Midsumma) [Victoria]
F&*k Fabulous [Melbourne]
Friday April 30, 2021

Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

A radical, multi-artform, variety show with it’s tongue firmly planted in it’s cheeks.

F&*k Fabulous [Melbourne]
Midsumma Festival Live at the Bowl. [Melbourne]
Friday April 30, 2021

Arts Centre Melbourne, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourn Victoria, Australia

Australia’s LGBTQIA+ arts and cultural experience, Midsumma Festival, in partnership with Arts Centre Melbourne are excited to introduce the inaugural Midsumma Festival Live at the Bowl.

Midsumma Festival Live at the Bowl. [Melbourne]
ALL THE KING’S HENS (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Thursday April 29, 2021

Comedy Republic Upper House, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Bring your queer Magic Mike fantasy to life!

ALL THE KING'S HENS (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Everyone Is Famous [Melbourne]
Thursday April 29, 2021

Northcote Town Hall, Northcote VIC, Australia

Nine young folk wade through the wasteland of the internet to find themselves.

Everyone Is Famous [Melbourne]
MIDSUMMA AND AUSTRALIA POST ART AWARD (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Wednesday April 28, 2021

No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne Victoria, Australia

Australia’s leading queer visual arts award

MIDSUMMA AND AUSTRALIA POST ART AWARD (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Queer Playwriting Award Showcase [Melbourne]
Tuesday April 27, 2021

Gasworks Arts Park, Albert Park Victoria, Australia

The annual Queer Playwriting Award (previously Playtime Staged Readings), is a collaboration between Gasworks Arts Park and Midsumma Festival, and part of the Midsumma Presents Program. 

Queer Playwriting Award Showcase [Melbourne]
QUEERANTINE Q&A (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Sunday April 25, 2021

ACMI, Melbourne VIC, Australia

Join artists of the Queerantine in the Flesh exhibition for two special Q&A panel discussion events where they discuss their works and how they operate as queer artists living, working, playing and creating during COVID-19.

QUEERANTINE Q&A (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
TAKE IT FROM ME: ARCHER LAUNCH EDITION (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Saturday April 24, 2021

Malthouse Theatre, Southbank Victoria, Australia

The much-loved sex and relationships advice series, Take It From Me, is back – and badder than ever, gleefully tossing up handfuls of laughter, love and stardust.

TAKE IT FROM ME: ARCHER LAUNCH EDITION (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
QUEERANTINE LIVE SALON (Midsumma) [Melbourne]
Saturday April 24, 2021

ACMI, Melbourne VIC, Australia

(3 session times) A special live salon of performances by artists of the Queerantine in the Flesh exhibition.

QUEERANTINE LIVE SALON  (Midsumma) [Melbourne]