We hope you feel uplifted, inspired and connected while enjoying our digital highlights and a curated list of online offerings from our friends. Be sure to keep checking in, as videos will be updated regularly.
Gather your sequins and glitter for Midsumma Festival Live at the Bowl, a free extravaganza of music, comedy and performance at the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl. Watch the sold out concert, featuring a spectacular line-up of queer icons from across Australia.
Relive the magic of the 2020 Melbourne Fringe Festival with a free online series of works, streaming on demand via Victoria Together. Filmed on the Hamer Hall stage, these breathtaking, hilarious and striking works are now available to watch online for free, featuring some of the nation’s finest independent performers.
Join us for a very special digital concert from the iconic Hamer Hall stage, streaming to you from the best seat in the house - your couch. The Teskey Brothers bring their raw, soulful energy to this acclaimed performance, accompanied by Orchestra Victoria.
We are pleased to be able to share some archival recordings of performances we have previously presented in our theatres. These recordings vary in broadcast quality as they were filmed for documentation purposes, and are generally not available to the public.
Dancers and metal-heads share the stage in this meeting of cultures and art forms, originally presented as part of Asia TOPA 2020.
A 6-part video series of music and conversation exploring mental health and the performing arts. Hosts include Gorgi Coghlan, Tom Gleisner and Rob Mills, with a broad range of guests from the stage and screen.
Catch up on a playlist of some of our favourite moments from past episodes. Featuring artists such as Sammy J, Thando, Cal Wilson, Zoë Coombs Marr, Gillian Cosgriff, Michelle Brasier and more.
Discover the creative process behind best-selling Australian children’s author and illustrator, Shaun Tan, creator of The Red Tree and The Lost Thing.
A series of vibrant panels recorded for The Kiln program, exploring topics of access, inclusion and representation in our independent arts community.
Go behind the scenes at Arts Centre Melbourne. Watch this curated selection of interviews, short documentaries, sketches and series from some of our favourite past projects - both on and off the stage.
A four-part behind the scenes mini docu-series that follows artists through the wings and onto the stage at our iconic venues. Hear the artists’ thoughts and see the rituals behind some of our most memorable performances.
Curator Margot Anderson spoke with award winning soprano, Emma Matthews about her costumes in the Australian Performing Arts Collection and the experience of wearing them in significant productions with Opera Australia.
Ziggy Ramo blew us away with his powerful performance in his recent Vault Sessions digital concert, filmed on the iconic Hamer Hall stage. Take a look at this short documentary about the hip hop artists latest album, Black Thoughts. Directed by Mel Branson, this film featuring some incredible behind the scenes footage of the concert.
Discover more about the artists and their creative processes in this series of mini documentaries. Featuring Asia TOPA 2020 highlights - Samsara, The Seen and Unseen, Dragon Ladies Don’t Weep and Virtual Intimacy.
The Australian Music Vault asked some of the country’s most influential trailblazers and unsung heroes to open up about their lives in music as part of our Long Play Series. Featuring Tina Arena AM, Archie Roach, Michael Gudinski AM and Judith Durham AO.
Go backstage of this epic community rock concert, where hundreds of everyday Melbournian's got the chance to live the dream of playing live on the Hamer Hall stage with a line-up of Aussie music legends.
Hear from the five creatives, Andrew Bovell, Melissa Reeves, Irine Vela, Christos Tsiolkas and Patricia Cornelius, behind our provocative theatre commission Anthem. Presented as part of Melbourne International Arts Festival in 2019.
Duration: 4 minutes
While our resident companies and festivals can’t perform at our venue, they are bringing their inspired digital offerings to your home. And, because we don’t want you to miss out, we will also regularly share a selection of the intimate, inventive and entertaining works being made by independent artists.
Filmed on stage in collaboration with Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Theatre Company’s spine-tingling romantic thriller Berlin is now available to stream on MTC Digital Theatre.
Join actors Fiona Choi, Nadine Garner, Louise Siversen, Michael Wahr and Izabella Yena as they discuss their career highlights, memorable auditions and theatrical superstitions.
Victorian Opera continue to reimagine the potential of opera for everyone during COVID-19 isolation. Tune in for new and archival content weekly to nourish your soul.
Experience some of Opera Australia’s grandest productions from the comfort of your own home for free.