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Melbourne boasts some stunningly ornate old theatres, including the Princess Theatre and the Forum, as well as contemporary venues such as Arts House.
Arena Theatre Company Limited
130 Dryburgh Street, North Melbourne
Arena stages live performances for children aged five to 25 years, celebrating the diverse, complex and ever-changing experience of its young audiences.
Birrarung Marr, Batman Avenue, Melbourne
Let your imagination run wild at ArtPlay – a creative arts studio for kids and their families. At ArtPlay, children and artists have a unique opportunity to come together and imagine, explore and create high-quality art.
Arts Centre Melbourne
100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
With an array of venues under its spire, the Arts Centre is the flagship of the performing arts in Victoria and focal point of the cultural precinct.
North Melbourne Town Hall, 521 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne
As part of the City of Melbourne, Arts House is one of Australia’s most exciting presenters of cutting-edge contemporary arts.
188 Collins Street,, Melbourne
The Melbourne Athenaeum is Melbourne’s oldest cultural institution, starting life as the city’s first Mechanics Institute in 1839. The Melbourne City Council met in the building until 1852, when the Melbourne Town Hall was built.
Australian Centre of Performing Arts (ACOPA)
Level 2-3 14 Raglan Street, North Melbourne
Australian Centre of Performing Arts (ACOPA) is a performing arts hub. It is dedicated to the development of artists' creative ability through professional training in acting, directing, dance, singing, writing, speaking, presentation and agency services.
115 Swanston Street, Melbourne
An extraordinary cinema, with ceilings indirectly lit in four colours, the Capitol Theatre was designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin.
111 Sturt Street, Southbank
Founded in 1995, Chunky Move has earned an enviable reputation for producing a distinct yet unpredictable brand of genre-defying dance performance.
240 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
The Comedy Theatre doesn't just stage great comedy shows – the historic 1928 theatre also hosts musicals and drama, with seating for 1000 patrons.
Dracula's Comedy Cabaret Restaurant
96-100 Victoria Street, Carlton
Polite conversation, sophisticated society, and serious political discussions. You won’t find any of those at Dracula's.
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