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February 2019

Fran and Leni

26 February - 2 March

 Fran and Leni is a punchy two-hander about punk rock and life-long friendship from critically acclaimed playwright Sadie Hasler. It showcases the intricate, yet marvellous nature of female friendships, centering on two women who are raw, resilient and full of guts. Packed with hilarious and beautiful writing, it will have you bursting with laughter, then reaching for the tissues from the opening scene. Fran and Leni will rock your socks off, and you don’t want to miss it! Event…

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March 2019

Freeplay and The Velvetones: Live in Concert

1 March @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Presented by Elephant in the Room Productions: Australia's national champions The Velvetones join forces with Canadian duo Freeplay in this one-night only concert event! Come hear Melbourne's own as they wow you with their tight harmonies before international sensation FreePlay use only their voices & innovative live looping techniques to sing you around the world! New York jazz, Aussie pop, European classical, Indian ragas and Brazilian samba... These groups do it all... a cappella!

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Not Quite Right

15 March - 17 March

Susan-ann Walker brings you her brand-new one-woman show! Totally one woman... yup ... self-accompanying (piano/uke/accordion) (She’s practising madly as you read this…) EITHER THE BRAVEST, MOST INNOVATIVE CABARET YOU WILL EVER SEE OR QUITE POSSIBLY THE STUPIDEST IDEA EVER! Susan-ann celebrates those somewhat eccentric, possibly crackerjack, definitely kooky folk who proudly march to the beat of their own drum. (most of whom a part of her own extended family!) Meet Nana Dot...brings her own glass to the pub as no one…

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Entangled – Play the Music of Genesis

23 March @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Entangled present the Music of Genesis 1971 to 1981, live. Take a trip back in time and hear Watcher of the Skies, In the Cage, Afterglow, Squonk, Behind the Lines and many other classics. There are some surprises and the epic Supper’s Ready! ALL AGES EVENT. Event details: Date: 23rd March, 2019 Time: 8:00pm - 10pm (doors open at 7.30)

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2019 MICF – You Throw Like A Girl

29 March - 31 March

Book tickets now>> Did you know the first Australian on the cover of Time Magazine was a girl? Or that the first person to fly an aeroplane from Australia to South Africa was also, wait for it… a girl!? Aussie women have been slaying the game for yonks, like that time Elizabeth Kenny introduced unconventional treatments for polio disease, or that other time when Elizabeth Blackburn won a Nobel Prize for figuring out how our DNA ages. No biggie. Join three of…

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April 2019

2019 MICF – Keating’s Republic

2 April - 21 April

   This play is "the play we had to have" to revitalise the Republic that Paul Keating envisaged as Prime Minister in 1992. All the great quotes like "I want to do you slowly" are in there as the play engages in a comic tour de force of Paul Keating and the Republic.The only people who will be allowed into the theatre are those that sign a petition that will be sent to the Prime Minister demanding a Republic.…

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Jungle Bungle

8 April - 12 April

   VTM Productions in association with No Mates Productions are proud to present the well loved musical Jungle Bungle from Craig Christie, the writer of the hit West End musical Eurobeat (Winner, Best Musical Edinburgh Fringe 2007). Jungle Bungle is a 50 minutes family musical for children aged 4-12 and their families, promoting the themes of inclusiveness, friendship and the importance of imagination. The story goes... It’s a new day and another new school for Oliver, each new school…

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2019 MICF – Tomato Seeds in a Sandwich Bag

9 April - 21 April

Fresh off the back of an Indonesian homestay language immersion that went horribly wrong and a Melbourne wedding at home where more than one plinth was broken, Karen Sims, in association with Clinton Communications, presents Tomato Seeds in a Sandwich Bag. Karen Sims is hard to clock. She considers herself coquettish and charming. She is alone in this consideration.  She naps at red lights, writes imaginary obituaries of her colleagues to deal with the tedium of work meetings, and gets…

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