Hannah Gadsby - Best Newcomer
Spend an evening with Hannah at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
What's on in January
Things to do in Melbourne in January, from free events to exhibitions and places to visit.
Subterranean Femmes Group Show
An exhibition of women street artists deep in Melbourne’s underground.
Craft Victoria has re-opened its doors with a maximalist celebration of contemporary craft practice.
Lunar New Year Dragon Boat Festival
On Lunar New Year, join in the Dragon Boat Racing Festival on Victoria Harbour.
Gung: Create, Make, Do, Love
A stunning new exhibition by Wergaia/Wemba Wemba artist Kelly Koumalatsos.
Run the Tan, Princes Park or Melbourne Zoo as part of this summer's sunset series.
The Wind in the Willows
The Wind in the Willows returns to the Botanic Gardens for the summer school holidays.
Geoffrey Robertson – It's No Longer Hypothetical
An insightful evening with the human rights judge and barrister.
Collide shares their blend of colour, fervour and spirit, in works by Mozart, Glinka, Milhaud.
Junior Rangers — Wings Over Wetlands
Spread your wings these summer holidays with a fun-filled morning of games, activities and crafting.
Chess the Musical
The hit musical, featuring the music of ABBA, plays the Regent Theatre for one night only.
Australasian Quilt Convention
See the best quilts around Australia, amazing international works and learn new techniques.
CX is a boisterous cyclocross event, the likes of which have never been seen before in Melbourne.
Do Brumbies Dream in Red?
Come along to the exhibition and book launch of Do Brumbies Dream in Red?
Join Josh Cake for the only sing-along where you choose the tracks.
75th Anniversary of the End of World War II
Victorians are invited to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II on 15 August.
Milk in the Pandemic
An exhibition of photos taken in Melbourne from March to November 2020.