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Mar 27 - Apr 23
Comedy Festival at The Coopers Malthouse from 28th March - 22 April
Performances & Gigs
Apr 17 - 24
WIN a double-pass to see 'Quiet Faith' - From award-winning documentary theatre maker David Williams (Smurf in Wanderland, Grace Under Pressure, The Table of Knowledge), comes a surprising journey into a world of the quietly, progressively faithful.
Apr 20 - 26
Win a Double-pass to see 'A Modern Recital' which features an acclaimed chamber ensemble combining Victoria's leading young classical performers and jazz improvisers drawn from renowned symphony orchestras, big bands and world ensembles.
Apr 18 - 26
WIN a double-pass to 'Youth and Destinations' - an episodic dreamscape play that delves into the complexities and contradictions of being human in the modern world, told from the perspectives of younger generations.
Apr 16 - 27
WIN an in-season double pass to see the upcoming film GURRUMUL – A portrait of the blind Indigenous artist Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, one of Australia’s most celebrated and important voices.
Apr 17 - 30
WIN double-pass tickets to a preview screening of Simon Baker’s directorial debut, BREATH. Based on Tim Winton’s award-winning and international bestselling novel set in mid-70s coastal Australia.
7190 Great Eastern Highway (corner Nichol Street)
Apr 05 - May 27
For Jo Darvall’s exhibition ‘Like Water’, recent works depict the beautiful waterways that define her adopted state of Western Australia, reflecting her interest in artist Kathleen O’Connor whose practice showed a strong connection to water.
The Hand That Feeds Me is a comedy set in the world of TV writing.
Craft is sadly often regarded as a traditional, outdated pursuit, and design its sleeker, contemporary counterpart. But are craft and design really that different from each other?
Festivals & Programs
Apr 10 - 21
Hands All Over is a photographic comment on how convenience, industrialisation and modern materials are impacting the natural world.
A hands-on photographic workshop with artist Siri Hayes at Heide Museum of Modern Art
Participants will work under Chantal Henley’s guidance to create one-off woven adornments translated through sustainable resources and techniques
Apr 21 - 22
Using natural materials and octanic brilliant watercolours, create your masterpiece.
Apr 17 - 22
Coming off the back of his first Netflix special, stand-up comedian and podcaster Ari Shaffir (USA) is returns to Australia with "Heretic" his first themed hour of comedy.
Mar 29 - Apr 22
After a sold out run in 2016 Rose Callaghan returns to Melbourne International Comedy Festival to debut her new show No Way Rosé.
Teacher and artist meet and greet at the ACP
Panels, Lectures & Ideas
Bring a bit of the farm home in the form of a clay tea set.
"Three distinctive classically-trained tenors, who... combine the high standards of operatic singing with a delightfully informal sense of fun." The Irish Examiner
Think about the everyday object while turning it into something new.
Apr 23 - 24
In this workshop students have the opportunity to journey deeper into the painting process, open up to more possibilities and find solutions to their painting issues.
Apr 06 - 25
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Apr 30 - May 01
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