Arts Centre Melbourne
Ashtanga Yoga Centre of Melbourne
Chapel Off Chapel
Common Lawn at Common Man
Emerald Hill Library
Hawthorn Arts Centre
La Mama Courthouse
Lawson Poole Reserve
Loch and Key
MCG Members Dining Room
Melba Spiegeltent, home of Circus Oz.
Melbourne Marriott Hotel - Essence on Exhibition
Melbourne Recital Centre
Melbourne Town Hall
Melbourne Town Hall - The Powder Room
Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka
O'Brien Group Arena
Pullman City Centre Hotel and Residences
South Wharf Restaurants
State Library of Victoria
The Butterfly Club
The Yarraville Club
Various locations across the City of Melbourne.
Victorian Croquet Centre
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Fast, furious and funny, The Big HOO-HAA! is Melbourne's longest-running and best-loved weekly impro comedy show. Starring a who's who of Melbourne's finest comedians, every Friday night The Big HOO-HAA!
Fast, furious and funny, The Big HOO-HAA! is Melbourne’s longest-running and best-loved weekly impro comedy show. Starring a who’s who of Melbourne’s finest comedians, every Friday night The Big HOO-HAA! ensemble dazzles audiences with its unique brand of high-octane impro, killer punchlines and sizzling (and occasionally fizzling) one-liners.
Hosted by The Butterfly Club in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, two teams, the Hearts and the Bones, battle for comedic supremacy before your very eyes, armed with only audience suggestions and a handful of props as they leave no song unsung, no joke undelivered and no pun unpunished in their mad dash for the punchline.
Every Friday at 8pm at the Butterfly Club.
February 3 (Friday) 8:00 pm - December 15 (Friday) 10:00 pm
The Butterfly Club
5 Carson Place, Melbourne CBD
26apr - 26augapr 266:30 pmaug 26South Wharf Progressive DinnersExplore the South Wharf Promenade on a gastronomic tour of six eateries(april 26) 6:30 pm - (august 26) 10:00 pm South Wharf Restaurants, South Wharf Promenade, South Wharf, 3006, VIC
Melbourne’s oldest but newest riverside neighbourhood, South Wharf, is delighted to welcome a dining experience with a difference through the Progressive Dinner; a five-course degustation from renowned Melbourne restaurants Akachochin,
Melbourne’s oldest but newest riverside neighbourhood, South Wharf, is delighted to welcome a dining experience with a difference through the Progressive Dinner; a five-course degustation from renowned Melbourne restaurants Akachochin, Bohemian, BangPop, Common Man, Meat Market and Plus 5.
Featuring a different menu tailored for each session, with optional vegetarian menus from the best restaurants in the precinct, The South Wharf Progressive Dinner will offer authentic international dishes from Japan, Spain, Thailand and Australia, carefully crafted by each restaurant’s head chef.
Menus will be available online for those who wish to view the menu and choose a session that they would like to try.
The flavoursome experience will be amplified further with matched wines or sake.
Dinners will be held once a month through until August. Dates are as follow:
Wednesday 26th April
Tuesday 16th May
Wednesday 21st June
Wednesday 19th July
Wednesday 16th August
Bookings are essential. To book your spot, head to https://tickets.myguestlist.com.au/v256baa5cd446b7/south-wharf-progressive-dinner/?_ga=1.172827811.1404778968.1448841069.
April 26 (Wednesday) 6:30 pm - August 26 (Saturday) 10:00 pm
South Wharf Restaurants
South Wharf Promenade, South Wharf, 3006, VIC
After a hugely successful premier run in 2015, "Swipe Right" returns to The Butterfly Club stage in 2017. This 60 minute comedy described as “the perfect balance of comedy and
After a hugely successful premier run in 2015, “Swipe Right” returns to The Butterfly Club stage in 2017. This 60 minute comedy described as “the perfect balance of comedy and tenderness”, takes the audience on an hilarious and fast-paced journey through the perils of modern dating in Melbourne. Delivering laughs, heart and the cringe factor in equal measure.
“Swipe Right” centres around 4 main characters: Tim a nice guy who never says the right thing, Sophie looking for Mr Right but traumatized by the Tinder experience, Penny whose relationship status reads “It’s complicated” and Graham struggling with a unique relationship conundrum.
Woven in between the main characters’ woeful, sadly relatable and highly amusing tales is a variety of other character sketches. These introduce a multitude of dating hopefuls like foul-mouthed dole bludgers, uber-cool hipsters, awkward introverts and downright manipulative players.
In this bizarre digital landscape, will anyone Swipe Right?!…
“Swipe Right” is created and performed by Melbourne actors Cam Faull, Lynn Hagele, Constance Washington and Ben Watts.
Created and directed by Jessie Oliver.
“This is truly an enjoyable and delightful piece that will make you ponder how we really do choose to connect, while entertaining you from one scene to another. Come and see!” – The Plus Ones Review 2015
19 (Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 23 (Sunday) 8:00 pm
Carson Place, off Little Collins St (between Swanston & Elizabeth) in the Melbourne CBD.