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Sat, 7 September 2013

Lauren Lucille Shows

Filed under: jazz music, contemporary music, Gigs — site admin @ 7:56 am

Lauren Lucille shows

Brisbane Festival – Festival Stage -Cultural Forecourt
My original music with a string trio!!
Tuesday 10 September
Jazz duo at Lock n Load, West End
Thursday 12 September
Cafe Le Monde, Noosa
Myself and Mark Moroney doing an original set each!
Friday 13 September
8:30pm – 12:30am
Sharks Club – Southport
Jazz/Funk/Pop/Soul/Blues with a full band!
(Wil Sargison, Jeremy O’Connor, Mark Henman!)
Tuesday 10 September
Jazz duo at Lock n Load, West End
Thursday 19 September
The Joynt, Montague Road, South Brisbane
Support for Fabulous Nobodies (Alison St Ledger & Co)
Sunday 22 September 4pm
The Joynt
Fundraiser for Parkinsons.
Solo originals gig (plus many more!)
Tuesday 24 September
Jazz duo at Lock n Load, West End
Thursday 26 September
Acoustic duo – originals!
Queen Street Mall near Cafe East

Jimeoin at The Comics Lounge

Filed under: Comedy — site admin @ 7:51 am

Jimeoin the star of “Everything” & the biggest comedian in the World.
Live at The Comics Lounge in North Melbourne
Sunday 8th & Monday 9th September
Dinner from 7pm & Show Starts 8pm

Melbourne Fringe Festival Sep 18th

Melbourne Fringe Festival
Not long to go now….for Melbourne’s largest open access arts festival to begin.
On September 18, Melbourne’s much-loved Fringe Festival opens, with 326 events planned to take place in around 100 venues across Melbourne.
A cultural barometer for what is new and cutting-edge in Australian arts practice, the Melbourne Fringe Festival brings together Melbourne’s independent arts community for 18 days of performance, dance, cabaret and visual arts.

Highlights: The independent, open-access program, where thousands of artists sign up to produce and present new work in theatres, galleries, laneways, public gardens, living rooms, trams, backyards and public spaces across Victoria. Fringe Furniture, a long running Fringe Festival stalwart, Fringe Furniture this year invites furniture designers to respond to the theme Make It True. Opens 18 September at the Abbotsford Convent.

The Fringe Hub in North Melbourne, which opens on Friday 20 September. Centred around three venues, the North Melbourne Town Hall, Lithuanian House and Errols Café, Fringe Hub offers a true taste of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Every night in the Fringe Club there’s a party, with 12 theme nights running the gamut of entertainment genres – including punk, circus, comedy, rock, ‘90s sing-alongs – even football gets a guernsey.

Digital Gardens, where audiences can see a show in the Festival and then play a game based on or inspired by the performance in two pop-up playgrounds to be set up at in the City and Prahran during the Festival. City Square, 19 September – 21 September, Thurs and Fri 2pm – 11pm, Sat 2pm – midnight. Prahran Town Hall – 28 – 29 September and 5 – 6 October, Sat and Sun 11am – 4pm.


Filed under: Dance, contemporary music, Theatre, Festivals & Major Events, Gigs — site admin @ 7:45 am

Experience the magic of Australian indigenous culture in a panoramic desert Festival site Alice Springs 9 - 13 October 2013

Concerts + Theatre + Dance + Visual Arts + Workshops + Film
in a panoramic desert Festival site www.mbantuafestival.com.au
Under the co-direction of filmmaker and TV director Rachel Perkins and event and theatre maker Nigel Jamieson, and hosted by the Arrernte peoples of Central Australia, the 5-day Mbantua Festival provides a unique and authentic experience of Central Australian Indigenous desert cultures and communities through traditional and contemporary music, dance, theatre, art, film and food from 9-13 October in Alice Springs.

Jessica Mauboy, Missy Higgins, Dan Sultan, Bernard Fanning, Tjintu Desert Band, Djupi Band, Frank Yamma, Archie Roach, Warren H. Williams and many others perform in an unprecedented NT line up at the inaugural Mbantua Festival. Mbantua Festival also features two world premiere music and theatre events Bungalow Song in association with Opera Australia and Bush Mechanics Live.

The panoramic desert festival site will be the location for concerts, visual arts, workshops, demonstrations and forums that promote sharing among Indigenous and other Australians, including painting, weaving, jewellery-making, bush medicine and bush tucker, a Spear Throwing Competition and the Great Billycan Race.


The Mercurials @ Barwon Heads gig

Filed under: rock music, Gigs — site admin @ 7:42 am

Greetings fellow travellers
It has been a while since our last gig at Barwon Heads Bowling Club and we’re excited to be back!
Come and enjoy gourmet chick on the surf coast accompanied by Mercurials tunes.
Friday 27th of September from 8pm
The Mercurials

BOHEMIAN NIGHTS - Melbourne Spring Tour

Filed under: world music, Gigs, Tours — site admin @ 7:30 am

BOHEMIAN NIGHTS - Melbourne Spring Tour

Wed 18 Sept - Open Studio Café/Bar , Northcote
8pm Tix at door, for Darebin Music Feast

Friday 20th Sept - Wyreena Arts Centre, Croydon
7.30pm, Bookings Essential 9294 5590

Sunday September 29th - Ferdydurke, Melbourne
5pm Level 1&2, 31 Tattersalls Lane

Tuesday 1st Oct - Budapest Restaurant, Elsternwick
7.15pm, Bookings 9530 0849 ( each 1st Tuesday)

Kathy Lette & Stephanie Alexander @ Festival of Ideas

Filed under: Festivals & Major Events, General — site admin @ 7:29 am

The Festival of Ideas 2013, presented by the University of Melbourne from Tuesday 1 to Sunday 6 October, promises a thought-provoking program that explores whether it is possible to sustain a healthy society and a healthy planet by 2050. More than 80 renowned Australian and international academics, intellectuals, thought leaders and students, who will join public figures to explore these challenges and question the possible causes of society’s inaction – specifically whether scientific evidence has failed to persuade our decision makers or our decision makers are failing society.
Each day, the Festival program will deliver sessions that explore a particular theme - human rights, social equity and health; climate change and population growth; food and nutrition; contemporary families; neuroscience and healthy minds; and democracy.


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