From the Royal Melbourne Show to cooking classes and a live Gruffalo show, there’s no time for boredom this month.
Having celebrated 50 years in 2017, La Mama suffered a devastating fire in May 2018. Rediscover La Mama’s indomitable spirit with these new shows.
These experiences will keep lovers of magic and mayhem happy while they wait for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’s January arrival.
If you’ve done rainy day essentials like museums and art galleries but the precipitation persists, try something different!
The weather may be cooling down, but Melbourne’s calendar is hotting up. Grab the diary – you’ll want to lock in every one of these major events.
Crazy acrobatics, high-level tomfoolery - and where to find a good coffee.
Can you separate fact from fiction?
Mother's Day made easy.
May is chock-full of events for every foodie, art lover and shopper in Melbourne.
These restaurants understand that a delicious meal and prompt service are a must when wining and dining before a show.
Start your vocal warm-ups and prepare to sing along to the latest wave of musicals taking Melbourne by storm.
Melbourne’s Princess Theatre is host to a sensational supernatural citizen, Frederick Federici.
Arts House have launched their program for Melbourne’s second Festival of Live Art (FOLA) and it is bursting with works by extraordinary artists.
This week's event highlights include the Melbourne Japanese Summer Festival, MARCS Laneway Festival and free Latin dance classes.