FILM | Scorsese at the ACMI
Scorsese pays tribute to one of the most influential directors of our time, featuring over 600 objects and a rich selection of footage from across the director’s work in film, documentary and television.
FASHION | Henry Talbot – 1960s Fashion Photographer
Henry Talbot: 1960s Fashion Photographer at the NGV is an exhibition which celebrates the art of fashion photography, as seen through the eyes of Henry Talbot, a leading figure in the Australian fashion world in the 1960s and 1970s.
THEATRE | Straight White Men
Directed by Sarah Giles, Straight White Men is a razor-edged comedy from Young Jean Lee’s Theatre Company and the most talked about play of the recent New York season.
OPERA | La Bohème
Opera fans will be in for a treat this month as Gale Edwards’ glittering production of La Bohème returns to Melbourne with international stars Lianna Haroutounian and Gianluca Terranova.
HISTORY | The Russell Street Bombing Exhibition at Melbourne Gaol
History buffs pay attention: Now showing at the Old Melbourne Gaol is an exhibition about the investigation into the Russell Street Bombing on March 27th 1986 and its aftermath.
ART | HER PLACE Pop Up Exhibition
HER PLACE Pop Up Exhibition is a celebration of women’s contributions to Australia’s social, cultural and economic story, using multi-media platforms including the moving image, oral histories, text and objects.
ATTRACTIONS | Luna Park
Fancy a ride? Sure, let’s go to Luna Park. In a time where theme parks operate to the maxim of the biggest being the best, Luna Park is truly unique among its kind. First established in 1912 and located in the heart of St Kilda, overlooking Port Phillip Bay, the theme park is as much as a symbol of Melbourne history as of Melbournians looking to have a good time.