Newsletter | #147 | What's On this Week


Newsletter | #147 | What's On this Week

This week's Melbourne events, exhibitions, sports and community guide for Tuesday October 27 to Monday November 2, 2009.

This week… it’s the biggest weekend on the Melbourne calendar and not to mention a favourite (as all long ones are) with next Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup bringing with it a saddlebag of events.

There’s literally something for everyone at the moment with music festivals including the widely popular Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and the Maldon Folk Festival, while foodies and wine connoisseurs are spoilt for choice with festivals like Toast to the Coast in Geelong and the World Vegan Day Festival. Film buffs also get a look in with the chance to get down and dirty, but in a very artistic way, with the return of the Sexy International Film Festival. There’s also the Melbourne Buddhist Film Festival for those who like a touch of Zen with the risqué.

And for those who’ve been graced with a reprieve come Monday and itch for a weekend away, there are plenty of festivals held outside of Melbourne including the Cadell Country Fair at Mathoura’s Visitor Centre. Granted, it’s just across the border, but if you need to phone the centre it’s a Victorian area code, so we’ll take that. It’s much like how Russel Crowe’s an Australian when he’s romped in a good film, but as soon as he flings a phone he’s a New Zealander. Are you paying attention, Mister Gibson? Because the jury’s still out on you, Mel.



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Major Events Guide


 The Maldon Folk Festival The Maldon Folk Festival offers a long weekend of quality entertainment for people of all ages with music, dance, theatre, poetry and more. Located in the historic township of Maldon, the festival program also includes workshops, kids’ activities, plus an Instrument Makers Exhibition.



 For the Love of Egypt Festival For the Love of Egypt Festival, a unique event for people of all ages at Melbourne Town Hall, showcases Egypt’s arts and culture. Held over two days, the festival features dancing by the folkloric troupe, El Horrya, displays by Egyptian artists and an Egyptology lecture with Dr Colin Hope.



 The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz, one of the world’s most highly regarded jazz festivals, features performances by renowned musicians from both Australia and overseas. Boasting a program of over 100 performances, the festival includes many other events with food, wine and more.



 The Mildura Jazz Food & Wine Festival The Mildura Jazz Food & Wine Festival, now celebrating its 30th anniversary, presents quality jazz with performances of traditional, swing and progressive jazz held at various venues. Highlights include the PRIME TV Anniversary Extravaganza, a free street party with two live music stages.



 The Cadell Country Fair The Cadell Country Fair, held at the Visitor Centre of Mathoura not far from Echuca, offers a great day activities with live music, vintage car displays, wine tastings and much more. Along with market stalls and tours, the fair has plenty of fun for kids with games, dancing and giveaways.



 Toast to the Coast Toast to the Coast, Geelong’s annual festival celebrating wine, food and music, features over thirty wineries around the Geelong region that will open their cellar doors to host a weekend of attractions with wine tastings, special tours, live entertainment and food stalls offering the finest fare.



 Pyrenees Escapade Pyrenees Escapade is a festival that celebrates the region’s quality wines and European influenced food. Held at Avoca Racecourse, not far from Ballarat, the festival includes an international wine tasting masterclass, entertainment and door prizes on offer every hour during the day.



 World Vegan Day Festival World Vegan Day Festival, held at Abbotsford Convent, celebrates the eco and animal friendly lifestyle along with commemorating 65 years since the founding of the Vegan Society. Festivities include live music, food and campaign stalls, cooking demonstrations and even speed dating.



 The Great Victorian Camp Oven Festival The Great Victorian Camp Oven Festival, held to raise Heyfield’s profile as the gateway to Victoria’s alps, celebrates Australia’s bush culture with traditional camp oven cooking, bush poetry and music. The festival also features food and wine tastings and, children’s rides and other activities.



 The Bright Spring Festival The Bright Spring Festival showcases the vibrant sights and attractions found during Spring in Bright (as you may have guessed) with a series of events that include theatre, special dinners, film screenings and more. Highlights include the Halloween Fireworks Spectacular and Concert.



 The High Country Festival The High Country Festival, held at various venues in Mansfield, has a program that celebrates innovative ideas and cultural activities with a diverse variety of events that include art exhibitions, unique and quirky community events, horse shows and a concert performed by local schools.



 OzKinkFest OzKinkFest is a festival that celebrates the kinkier side of life, bringing excitement from the boudoir to various venues and nightclubs throughout Melbourne. With a program that caters to both the curious and experienced, the festival features special club nights, workshops and more.



 The October Art Food Wine Festival The October Art Food Wine Festival on the Mornington Peninsula showcases the work of local artists, winemakers and chefs. With artwork shown in gardens and galleries, the program includes a Studio Trail with some of the region’s great artists, literary lunches, artisan tours, gourmet trails and more.



Film Festivals


 The Sexy International Film Festival The Sexy International Film Festival showcases films from across the globe that explore themes that include love, relationships and sexuality. Held at various venues in Melbourne, the festival features everything from one-minute experimental shorts to full-length dramas and more.



 The Melbourne Buddhist Film Festival The Melbourne Buddhist Film Festival, held at ACMI Cinema, showcases six films that explore the influence of Buddhist practice in transforming of people’s lives. Presented by the Buddhist Council of Victoria, the program includes a public talk and a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.



Upcoming Events


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Exhibitions - Art | Festival | Show


 Art Break Art Break, presented by Joint Councils Access for All Abilities, is an exhibition featuring self-portraits, installation, paintings, prints and painted silk. Held at Gasworks Arts Park, the exhibition is a showcase of visual art created during JCAAA’s Holiday Arts for Adults program.




 China Daily China Daily, held at fortyfivedownstairs in Flinders lane, features artwork by Deng Ying, Cui Qiang and Chen Yu that offers a mixed view of China with work by Deng and Cui celebrating the country’s everyday life, while Chen’s artwork presents a very jaded view of China’s incessant queues.




 The Peninsula Art Society The Peninsula Art Society will be holding their Annual Spring Show at their studio gallery in South Frankston. With a gala held on the opening night offering prizes that include an Oil Painting by Pat Grange, the show features work by members of the group, which has been running since 1954.




 The Berwick Artists Society The Berwick Artists Society, a collective of professional artists, emerging artists and hobby artists, will be holding their Spring Art Exhibition at Narre Warren Library. One of two yearly exhibitions they hold, the show includes work in various mediums and with a variety of subject matter.



 The Satirist & the Social Realist The Satirist & the Social Realist, held at Melbourne’s Adam Galleries, is an exhibition of works by Noel Counihan and Eric Thake. Featuring prints of street scenes and social demonstrations, social commentary and portraits, the exhibition includes a selection of Australian Protest Posters.



 Chelle Macnaughtan Chelle Macnaughtan will be showing works at Red Gallery in Fitzroy North, with an of exhibition aluminium constructs, etchings and more. The recipient of numerous awards and scholarships, her work draws influences from her combined studies in music, interior design and architecture.



 HotHouse HotHouse, showing at Australian Galleries in Collingwood, is an exhibition of large contemporary oil paintings by Christine Johnson. Featuring imagery of flowers seen in close-up, her work is an explosion of beauty with the luminous paintings created in a unique style derived from classical oil painting.



 The Arts with Flair Exhibition The Arts with Flair Exhibition, held at the galleries of Mont De Lancey in Wandin North, is a collection of works by gifted artists from the Yarra Valley surrounds. Presented by the Two09 Group, the exhibition features diverse subjects from the abstract to the realistic and other styles.



 Ceramics Victoria Ceramics Victoria will be holding their 40th Anniversary Exhibition at Manningham Gallery in Doncaster. The exhibition, which includes a national award, celebrates past efforts in promoting a higher standard of craftsmanship while also showcasing current movements in the craft.



 Salt and the Dress Salt and the Dress, the latest works by Lesley Dickman, will be exhibited at Collingwood's Cambridge Studio Gallery. With work held in collections that include the St Vincent Hospital Collection and private collections internationally, her depictions of empty gowns are hauntingly beautiful.



 Hook, Line and Sinker Hook, Line and Sinker, an exhibition by Mona Ryder at Fitzroy’s Alcaston Gallery, explores the social, cultural and religious influences that shape psyche and memory. Using unexpected objects such as crutches to form a crucifix, her work examines a diverse range of social and cultural issues.



 Kathy Temin Kathy Temin, a highly acclaimed Melbourne-based artist, is being exhibited at Heide Museum of Modern Art in Bulleen. Reflecting her personal history and Jewish heritage, her work uses unconventional materials that playfully capture the trash and treasure aesthetics of global pop culture.



 The House of Hallmarcos The House of Hallmarcos, held at Melbourne’s Until Never, celebrates thirty years of practice by bespoke jeweller, Marcos Davidson. Featuring three major bodies of his work, Sonic Selectors, Head Takers and Lapidem, the exhibition includes an installation of paintings exploring his family tree.



 Monster Zoo Monster Zoo, an exhibition by jeweller Justine Austen, will be held at Pieces of Eight in North Fitzroy. Consisting of strange and curious creatures, her menagerie is meticulously handcrafted from sterling silver and a diverse range of materials including gemstones, bone and coral.



 Anatomy to Robots Anatomy to Robots, showing at Southbank’s Queensbridge Square, is a remarkable exhibition that brings the designs of Leonardo da Vinci to life. One of the world’s greatest and inventive minds, the exhibition shows his passion for nature, science and art with life size recreations of his works.



 Strike a Pose with Lee Lin Chin Strike a Pose with Lee Lin Chin is a photographic exhibition held at the Victorian Archives Centre in North Melbourne. Showcasing the Australian fashion scene of the 1960's and 70's, the show co-curated by Lee Lin Chin, host of Fashionista, explores the influences that shaped Australian fashion.



 The Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award The Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award showcases the work of Australia’s contemporary documentary photographers. Appearing at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, award finalists in the show capture diverse views ranging from war photography to quiet observations.



Open Days, Expos & Launches


 The International Digital Entertainment Festival The International Digital Entertainment Festival, held at the Royal Exhibition Building, is a series of events that support and promote the exciting, innovative digital world. The festival includes the eGames Expo, Digital Lifestyle Show and Develop ICT Skills all for a single ticket purchase.



 The Castlemaine & District Festival of Gardens The Castlemaine & District Festival of Gardens will hold a special open garden series during the Melbourne Cup long weekend, with eight established and diverse gardens open to the public offering a taste of the ten-day festival held next year with local gardens renowned for their roses and irises.



 The Diamond Model Awards The Diamond Model Awards will hold its national grand final at Melbourne’s Forum Theatre where one of twenty of the country’s most beautiful ladies will be crowned the winner. The after party features performers including The Potbelleez, Zoe Badwi and other special guests.



Performances & Theatre


 The Dame on the Ten Dollar Note The Dame on the Ten Dollar Note, performed by Beverley Dunn, celebrates the author, journalist, poet and activist Dame Mary Gilmore. Held at Melbourne Theatre Company’s Lawler Studio in Southbank, the performance draws from Mary Gilmore’s own writing from poetry, diaries and more.




 I Sing! I Sing! performed at Chirnside Park’s Treble Clef Jazz Lounge, is a musical that documents the lives of five post-grad students. Following three young men who are new to New York and the two young women they become entangled with, each character deals with their own issues in song.



 Lost in Yonkers Lost in Yonkers, Neil Simon’s popular coming of age tale, will be performed by Epping’s Chester Street Theatre. Part of Simon’s trilogy which includes Brighton Beach Memoirs and Biloxi Blues, the inspiring play focuses on two brothers left in the care of their Grandma in Yonkers, New York in 1942.



 Vincent Lyce's Final Curtain Vincent Lyce's Final Curtain, held at the Queens Loft in Southbank, is an evening of interactive entertainment with guests having the option to participate in the show and be part of the drama, playing a character themselves in the macabre mix of comedy and mystery served with dinner.



 Saturday Afternoon Soap Opera Saturday Afternoon Soap Opera, presented by SNAFU Theatre, is a serialized performance with an ongoing plot developing each week. Held at Mirrors Lounge Bar in Fitzroy, audiences are invited to experience the comic dizzying highs and despicable lows of Soap Opera like never before.



 Footsteps of a Nobody Footsteps of a Nobody, performed at the Guild Theatre of Melbourne University, is the rock-musical by Donna Williams and The Aspinauts. The performance traces the remarkable milestones portrayed in Donna’s bestselling book, Nobody Nowhere; Autobiography of an Autistic Girl.



 Godspell Godspell, presented by Catchment Players, is one of the biggest off-Broadway and Broadway successes of all time, inspired by the Gospel According to St. Matthew. Performed at Heidelberg’s Banyule Theatre, the show featuring a sparkling, seminal score by Stephen Schwartz.



 Picasso at The Lapin Agile Picasso at The Lapin Agile, the absurd comedy penned by Steve Martin, examines science, art and many other fine points of life when Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein meet in a small bar in France well before they become household names. Shows are held at Chapel Off Chapel in Prahran.



 When the Rain Stops Falling When the Rain Stops Falling, performed by Melbourne Theatre Company at their Southbank theatre, is Andrew Bovell’s award-winning play about the relationship between a father and son, and how a rain of fish from the sky could signal the end of a rift that began eighty years earlier.



Classical, Choral & Recitals


 Freshwater Trio Freshwater Trio will be holding a performance at the Salon of the Melbourne Recital Centre. Acclaimed by audiences and peers as one of Australia's foremost performing chamber ensembles, the group’s performance includes Between Tides, a modern Japanese classic by Toru Takemitsu.



 The Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra The Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra, a community orchestra for the young or young at heart, will present their final concert for the year at St Michaels Anglican Church in North Carlton. The performance features guest conductor, Professor John Hopkins and Raymond Young on piano.



Entertainment & Nightlife


Live Concerts & Gigs


 The Happy Endings The Happy Endings, whose recent tour saw them perform at the famous Viper Room in Los Angeles, have returned to Australia and will appear at Fitzroy’s Evelyn Hotel. Launching their new CD, 'Control', they’ll also perform songs from their next album due for release next year.



 Connie Lansberg & the Sisters of Sass Connie Lansberg & the Sisters of Sass, Australia’s only professional All Girl and All Glamorous Big Band, will be performing at The Greyhound Hotel in St Kilda. With the nostalgic sound and spirit of the 1940’s, the women offer a reminder of a time when shows were big and brassy.



 Black Market Black Market, held at Oktobar in Thornbury, is a rock n roll super show featuring The Fearless Vampire Killers and The Frowning Clouds, who’ll be supported by The Good China and She Fuzz. Limited tickets are available through Moshtix and may be available on the door if not sold out.



 Quartet Supreme Quartet Supreme, who’ve recently released their first album, Quality Assured, will be performing a live concert at Warburton's Upper Yarra Arts Centre. With a style influenced by Contemporary Jazz with a Funk/Electronic twist, the group guarantees am exciting high energy performance.



 Grand Wazoo Grand Wazoo, the Legendary Kings of Soul, will be performing at Queen Street’s Blue Diamond Club. With four lead singers, six horns and four rhythm players, the band offers vibrant arrangements of Black Soul and R&B Classics, playing greats ranging from the 50’s through to the 60’s.



Burlesque & Cabaret


 Friday Night Burlesque Friday Night Burlesque, held at Fitzroy’s Burlesque Bar, is a scintillating night of live performance, capturing the long and varied history of Burlesque entertainment in all its cheeky, saucy glory featuring established acts as well as some of the hottest up and coming performers in the Burlesque scene.



Clubbing


 SPANK 3 SPANK 3, held at Room 680 in Hawthorn, is the biggest 80's & 90's dance party experience under the one roof. Featuring a Pseudo Echo and Michael Jackson tribute, the night captures the spirit of earlier clubs like Chevron, Metro and Chasers. Guests also receive a free CD with entry.



Comedy & Magic


 Cosentino’s Houdini Special Cosentino’s Houdini Special, held at Ringwood East’s Karralyka Centre, pays tribute to the greatest magician in history. Performed eighty-three years to the day of Houdini’s death, Conentino’s performance features Houdini’s signature pieces including an elaborate under-water escape.



 Theatresports Theatresports, Melbourne’s longest running improvisation comedy show, returns with performances held at St Kilda’s Theatre Works. Featuring a cast of mighty thespians, teams go head to head in ever-increasing degrees of improvised difficulty, bringing new feats of wit to the stage each week.





Melbourne For Kids


 Children’s Week Children’s Week, a national event recognising the talents, skills, achievements and rights of young people, will be celebrated with more than 150 free events taking place across Melbourne and Victoria. With workshops, celebrations and much more, the program has something for all.



 The Lake Goldsmith Steam Rally The Lake Goldsmith Steam Rally, held just outside of Ballarat at The Perfect Living Museum, offers a great day out for the family with grand parades of vintage steam powered vehicles and displays of restored steam engines, steam rollers and even a working 90 tonne steam shovel.



 Mia Mia Aboriginal Art Gallery Mia Mia Aboriginal Art Gallery, located in Templestowe, offer a free afternoon of entertainment when you can hear musician Gnarnayarrahe Waitairie play the didgeridoo and tell dreamtime stories and also watch Mia Mia founder Colin McKinnon showcase the art of boomerang throwing.



 Family Day Family Day at Collingwood Children's Farm operates on the first Sunday of each month with each special day featuring a theme that matches activities provided for kids. With activities on offer including free pony rides, hayrides, a BBQ and more, the theme for this month is Sheep Shearing.



Circus Shows


 Stardust Circus Stardust Circus, Australia's largest circus with animals, will be performing at Swan Hill Sgowground. The performance features African lions, monkeys, Liberty horses and trick ponies, acrobats, Aerialists, the sensational flying trapeze, clowns and much more for the whole family.



 Silvers Grand Magic Circus Silvers Grand Magic Circus will be holding performances at Furntree Gully Hotel. Established in 1976, Silvers Grand Magic Circus offers a great show for the whole family, with everything from jugglers and clowns to acrobats, international performers and more.



Puzzles & Competitions


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Competitions & Special Offers


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Community


 African Drumming Classes African Drumming Classes - Ray Pereira, one of Australia’s best performers and teachers in African Drumming, offers classes that teach great hand technique and how to hear and play inspiring West African rhythms on a variety of drums and instruments that include djembe, bells and shakers.



 Speakers Forum | Soapbox Oratory Speakers Forum | Soapbox Oratory - Soapbox orators (that means you if you’ve something to say) can take turns speaking on various topics and viewpoints on the State Library Lawns. Questions, comments, heckling and interjections are welcome from all, simply turn up to participate or listen.



You Can Help


There are many social causes that are relevant to people from all walks of life, many of which rely on public support to better the community or assist those who are less fortunate or to benefit others. This week we ask you to consider the following…

 Ocsober Ocsober is an invitation for people to put away the bevvies and go dry to raise money for Life Education Australia’s drug and health education programs. You can participate as an individual or team, with family, friends and colleagues sponsoring you for 31 days from when you begin on October



Markets, Fetes and Fairs


 The Mountains of Books Fair The Mountains of Books Fair, held at Ferny Creek Recreation Reserve Hall in the Dandenong Ranges, features thousands of used, out-of-print and rare books from booksellers across Victoria. With genres including children’s, gardening, art and more, you can also meet local authors.



 The Mornington Peninsula Summer Orchid Show The Mornington Peninsula Summer Orchid Show, now in its 15th year, will be held at Frankston’s St Paul's Church Hall in. With a wide range of species orchids from around the world, the show includes potting demonstrations and commercial nurseries and members selling orchids.



 In2 Collecting Retro-Fest In2 Collecting Retro-Fest, the annual retro nostalgia and Christmas Fair, takes place at Sandown Racecourse. The fair features the finest collectable, hobby and memorabilia items with cards, posters and more from traders from all around Australia. Positively the ginchiest, as Gidget would say.



View MARKETS on any day of the week to make the most of the rare sunny days (it’s a coin toss, isn’t it!) and head to one of Melbourne's many excellent markets, fetes and fairs for a bargain!


Markets, Fetes & FairsA growing number of food, produce and even wine markets are always popping up around the suburbs. And don't forget garage sales!







Dining & Drink


 The Fed Square Microbreweries Showcase The Fed Square Microbreweries Showcase, held at the Atrium of Federation Square, is a chance to meet brewers from Melbourne and regional Victoria. Ticket holders can sample twenty boutique beers and also receive special offers from Tjanabi, Jolimont Expresso and Beer Deluxe.



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Sporting Events


The Trots


 Melbourne Cup Carnival Melbourne Cup Carnival hits Flemington Racecourse with the AAMI Victoria Derby Day beginning the first leg of Victoria Racing Club's world-renowned four-race carnival.


Saturday October 31 – Flemington Racecourse


 Victoria's Spring Racing Carnival Victoria's Spring Racing Carnival showcases 50 days of premier world-class thoroughbred racing with 85 race meetings across the Victoria, including 20 Country Cups at venues such as Ararat. More than just a racing festival, the event highlights the finest fashion, luxury dinners and more.



NBL Championship


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Melbourne Tigers Home Game

Wednesday October 28 - 7:30pm
State Netball and Hockey Centre, Parkville


Extreme Weed Whacking


 The Mossi Tambo Mower Muster The Mossi Tambo Mower Muster, presented by the Australian Ride on Lawnmower Racing Association, is a unique day of racing held in East Gippsland’s Salt Creek Camp Draft Arena. With great raffle prizes, it includes novelty events for spectator children throughout the day.



Community Sports


 Soccer Melbourne’s Sunday Night League Soccer Melbourne’s Sunday Night League, held at South Yarra Sports Centre, is a chance for keen soccer players to band together and enter a team for an 8 team round robin weekly league. Held once a week each Sunday night, teams are 8-a-side with games lasting 60 minutes.



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