Explore Arts Centre Melbourne as never before with these five unique compositions, created by five emerging artists, inspired by the hidden location and history of the Performing Arts Collection.
Performance art is one of the driving forces in contemporary art across Southeast Asia. It is an art form that acknowledges the cultural traditions of performance within the region, while also
Arts Centre Melbourne Sunday Market brings together over 80 of Victoria's finest artisans, right in the heart of Melbourne
We reveal the secrets of the theatre in this guided tour through backstage rooms, hidden passageways and technical contraptions that are unknown to most visitors.
Richard is hideous. And Richard was born knowing that he would one day be a ruler.
The Theatres and Exhibition Tour is a great way to explore Arts Centre Melbourne's exhibitions and the iconic Theatres Building in which they reside.
Human Effect employs new technologies to create a responsive public projection and animated installation. The human impact on the environment is increasingly evident, from global warming, to
Magnificent experiences for just $30
In the heat, dust and danger of the city, fiery Carmen sings her siren song
The ultimate femme fatale is here to stamp her feet, toss her hair and dance. Will she love Don José? Maybe. Will you fall for her sultry Habañera? Definitely.
For the first time ever in Australia, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra will perform in Melbourne and Sydney with internationally acclaimed Jaap van Zweden conducting and renowned violinist Ning
Sung by Vika Bull & Debra Byrne
Live music for all ages
Glittering star soprano Jessica Pratt continues her close association with Victorian Opera in a concert staging of Bellini’s beloved bel canto opera, La Sonnambula. On the eve of her wedding,
Aunty Ruby Hunter proudly wore a colourful, beaded and feathered headband. She said it represented ‘yesteryear, yesterday and today’. As YIRRAMBOI looks to tomorrow we reflect on the path
By Nassim Soleimanpour. Featuring John Wood (in a play he knows nothing about).
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