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Win­ter Night Mar­ket at Queen Vic­to­ria Mar­ket

Ev­ery Wed­nes­day, ex­pect street food, bars, en­ter­tain­ment and late-night shop­ping. à Jun 6-Aug 29.


Toni Col­lette stars in the year’s most ter­ri­fy­ing movie. à From Jun 7.

MOMA at NGV: 130 Years of Mod­ern and Con­tem­po­rary Art

The gang’s all here – Pi­casso, Dalí, Rothko and van Gogh mas­ter­pieces from New York. à Jun 9-Oct 7.

Mao’s Last Dancer the Ex­hi­bi­tion

Pic­tures, in­ter­views, cos­tumes and other arte­facts from the life of Li Cunxin, the cel­e­brated bal­let dancer and au­thor who de­fected from China. à Jun 16-Oct 7.

Blackie Blackie Brown

An Abo­rig­i­nal Blax­ploita­tion su­per­hero ar­rives at Malt­house on a mission of re­venge. à Jul 5-29.

Mis­ter Maker

The kids’ TV favourite brings his crafty live show to town. BYO pipe clean­ers. à Jul 5-7.

Mamma Mia!

The ABBA mu­si­cal re­turns in a brand-new pro­duc­tion. Know­ing me and know­ing you, we’ll see you in the front row. à Jul 10-Sep 2.


Worlds col­lide on the Malt­house stage in this adap­ta­tion of the art­house movie hit. à Jul 13-Aug 12.

Bastille Day French Fes­ti­val

Storm the bar­ri­cades and cel­e­brate all things French down at the Meat Mar­ket. à Jul 14-15.

Dark Mofo

Your an­nual ex­cuse to head to Ho­bart is here again, with dark mu­sic, dark arts and more. à Jul 7-24.

An Ideal Hus­band

Gina Ri­ley straps on a corset for the peren­ni­ally rel­e­vant Os­car Wilde com­edy. à Jul 16-Aug 18.


With no fewer than 12 con­certs, the whole city is go­ing to think P!nk this win­ter. à Jul 16-Aug 29.

The Breaker Up­per­ers

The hi­lar­i­ous Kiwi movie about en­ter­pris­ing women who break up cou­ples for cash is the lat­est hit com­edy to cross the Tas­man. à From Jul 26.

Open House Mel­bourne

Mel­bourne’s most in­trigu­ing build­ings open their doors to the cu­ri­ous for one week­end only. à Jul 28-29.

Mel­bourne International Film Fes­ti­val

Rekin­dle your love af­fair with the movies as Aus­tralia’s pre­miere film fes­ti­val presents more than two weeks of screen­ings around town. à Aug 2-19.

A Doll’s House, Part 2

The Tony Award-win­ning, un­of­fi­cial se­quel to Ib­sen’s great drama of fe­male awak­en­ing stars Marta Dus­sel­dorp. à Aug 11-Sep 15.

Mel­bourne Writ­ers’ Fes­ti­val

Meet your favourite au­thors and lis­ten to fas­ci­nat­ing panel dis­cus­sions at the an­nual cel­e­bra­tion of the writ­ten word. à Aug 24-Sep 2.





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