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.
Because the show must go on, we are bringing artists and musicians to you virtually.
We’re bringing artists and musicians together virtually, for a spectacular new musical entertainment show! Tune in to catch up with some remarkable guests and a fabulous Aussie Pops Orchestra.
Episodes one-five available to stream now
Episode six airs on Wednesday 3 June 7pm
We’re thrilled to announce that Arts Centre Melbourne will present an exclusive Australian performance of the digital tour of this acclaimed UK theatre show.
Friday 19 June at 8pm (Melbourne)
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.
In a rapturous celebration of ancient Sri Lankan culture, Baliphonics and Australian Art Orchestra bring age-old rituals to life through traditional dance, chanting and music.
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 panel featuring six Deaf independent artists curated and facilitated by Jodee Mundy. Hear directly from a diverse range of artists about their practices to understand what is urgent and important in the Deaf arts community today. More videos from The Kiln will be released soon.
A team of funny peeps aged 14-18, handpicked from the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Class Clowns program. They’ve been hard at work creating hilarious new sketches, featuring everything from a ghost with low self-esteem to a disgruntled cow on a park bench.
Celebrating young people through performing arts, this documentary is an uplifting look at Dig Deep, our dynamic and inclusive youth hip-hop and urban music program.
Duration: 30 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.
After a mesmerising performance at The Bowl earlier this year, back home in Italy and at the height of their lockdown, Ludovico Einaudi took out his iPhone and recorded this intimate record himself.
Duration: 1 hour 9 minutes
Much loved singer songwriter Archie Roach was to embark on his final nationwide tour including Hamer Hall in May. Now from his kitchen table Archie celebrates 30 years of his award-winning debut album, Charcoal Lane - every week hear his yarns about the songs from the album, along with some special guests.
Dolly Diamond dazzled at Hamer Hall this Midsumma Festival. Now tune in as Dolly and Kerrie Stanley bring the LGBTIQA+ and allied communities to you with a new variety program.
An online series of free weekly gigs with your favourite local musos. Featuring exclusive interviews alongside live performances, join a host of household names and the hottest emerging talent from the front row comfort of home.
Watch archival footage of some of the remarkable performances behind three incredible costumes worn by Dame Joan Sutherland over her 40-year career. These costumes belong to the Australian Performing Arts Collection, Arts Centre Melbourne.
The second online edition of this cult show celebrates some of the most iconic artists based in NYC, who have all performed here in Australia.
Duration: 1 hour 20 minutes