3000 Melbourne Magazine | April
|With monthly issues distributed free to the public across Melbourne's CBD & Docklands 3000 Melbourne Magazine covers a diverse range of local news events high profile interviews as well as regular business and wellbeing sections. |
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A high quality publication with a readership in excess of 38000 distributed throughout Melbourne Docklands some parts of Southbank and rotating distribution throughout South Melbourne and Port Melbourne.
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Comedy Canivale! Miss Behave centre stage at Wonderland Spiegeltent.
I don’t know about you but last month left me exhausted. There were just so many events on in Melbourne. I’ve only just packed away my new season’s purchases after the fashion festival. But while we’re talking fashion, one of the world’s most loved and affordable fashion labels opens its doors to shoppers in the heart of Melbourne this month. H&M has taken up residence at the Melbourne GPO and is certain to become a mainstay of Bourke Street.
But if you’ve had enough of shopping, don your new autumn wardrobe and head into the city after dark as the temperature starts to drop and the nights start earlier.
Each April roars of laughter can be heard at venues across our city as the Melbourne International Comedy Festival takes centre stage. The world’s best comedians along with all our homegrown heroes will once again make us laugh, cry and cringe.
This month I had the absolute pleasure of chatting with two of Australia’s favourite female stand up comedians.
The queen of comedy Fiona O’Loughlin shared her favourite stories with me and gives 3000 Melbourne readers an insight into some of the personal tales from her 15-year career that she will share with audiences during the festival. She was just delightful and her joy for life right now is infectious.
While relative newcomer, Melbourne’s own Anne Edmonds, is going to amuse audiences with her alter-ego, Eddo, who often gets herself into trouble. My belly is still sore from laughing so much while chatting to these lovely ladies.
Wonderland Carnivale at the Spiegeltent at Docklands will come alive and delight audiences with premier international performers Miss Behave and Ian Bagg, local favourites Lehmo and Bev Killick plus an array of intriguing and wacky circus performers.
This month also marks an important milestone for two prominent Melbourne entities. Docklands Studios Melbourne and the Business 3000+ Awards both celebrate 10 years in operation this month.
Also in this edition we’ve got a special school holiday feature to give you ideas to keep the youngsters entertained over the holidays. Now there will be no reason for the kids to say they’re bored.
The 3000 Melbourne team hopes you enjoy this issue.
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From: Tuesday 1st of April 2014 To Wednesday 30th of April 2014
3000 Melbourne Magazine | April
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