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There'll be plenty of LOLs coming in from abroad, with Maria Bamford, David O’Doherty and Paul Foot all returning.
Get lit with the family this Easter long weekend.
It's finally Melbourne's turn to see Michelle Law's sell-out debut play.
Chin Chin’s planned a huge seafood banquet for Easter Sunday.
All mid-season sale items in its online store are 50 per cent off – all long weekend.
The celebrated Melbourne street artist has taken over Burnham Beeches, transforming it into an immersive, overwhelming ode to an abandoned past.
Make like Neil Armstrong and explore the Moon’s surface at the Planetarium’s latest fulldome show.
Mona’s latest exhibition brings a key German art movement to light.
The acclaimed ABC sci-fi series gets its own in-depth exhibition.
Learn the art of backyard beekeeping, concoct your own gin cocktail, or meet two young producers transforming Ballarat's food and drink scene.
The oldest world-championship surf contest returns this April.
Australia’s first pop-up meditation studio is on a journey to find out which area of Melbourne is most in need of its services.
Melbourne Zoo cranks up its after-dark appeal with a two-week wonderland of interactive light installations.
Unlimited Italian snacks, $6.50 beers and $10 Aperol spritzes.
This summer the Immigration Museum on Flinders Street will host *LOVE*, an ambitious new exhibition exploring the ambiguity and power of love.
Bottomless and spritzes and woodfired pizza. What a combo.
This award was create to nurture the next generation of up-and-coming artists. See their works in one place.
Bask in the glow of this stunningly detailed miniature moon.
The artistic ode to love gets an after-dark extension.
Vitrines Rooftop gallery is hosting these contemplative photographs of Okinawa Prefecture.
The Hawthorn cinema is dusting off the deck chairs for more summer nights on the roof, featuring teen rom-coms, action blockbusters and some (purple) rain.
Supernormal has collaborated with Applewood Distillery to create a new gin – and it's celebrating with $10 cocktails.
Lisa Walker sees potential in everything, from shoes, Lego and mobile phones, to egg beaters and dead animals. This new show looks back at her 30-year career.
This exhibition places Afshar’s striking portraits of asylum seekers incarcerated on Manus Island on 2.4-metre-high billboards.
Queen Vic Market celebrates Melbourne’s diverse European communities.
An exhibition informed by the end of a long-term relationship, a reimagining of the self, and moving on.
The American photographer catalogued oddities seized by American customs over a seven-day period.
Slow down, breathe in and reap the benefits of immersing yourself in nature – without leaving the city.
Explore underground caves and forgotten mine shafts, take a street-art bike tour through skeletal red-gum forests, and meet the ghosts of the Espy.
Bring something to wipe the sugar off your phone screen.
Delve into ACMI’s recent virtual reality commissions, as well as the new work from Emmy winner Lynette Wallworth.
A behind-the-scenes tour of the Melbourne Observatory, and a chance to stargaze through its heritage telescopes.
Broadsheet Kitchen’s newest resident, chef Matti Fallon, revamps classic Chinese dishes.
Recline beneath the glory of the cosmos – with a beer – when the domed ceiling becomes an after-hours cinema.
The latest exhibition at the Grau Projekt space features a three-metre-high mound of red textiles. Plus, it comes with its own cocktail.
The first major survey of the influential Australian artist’s work interrogates the power of the public monument, and the link between shared histories and collective action.
A series of films highlight the work of must-see directors from Germany, Iran and Mexico.
The artist’s new retrospective is a glossy, pop-infused world inspired by sitcoms, fast food and a fear of death.
Whether you’re celebrating or upskilling, this is the perfect opportunity to learn cocktail secrets from the experts.
The yearly highlights reel of the state’s best emerging artists.
More than 150 haute couture pieces by Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Christian Lacroix, Dior and more will be on show.
An exhibition featuring 85 works from Victoria’s best VCE and VET design students.
One of Australia’s most fruitful artistic friendships is being celebrated at the Melbourne Museum.
Get to know the Heysens.
A new exhibition at Melbourne Museum explores the science behind our romance with gut health.
Young gallery-goers can unleash their inner inventors at this hands-on installation inspired by the NGV's latest exhibition.
A kinetic celebration of the pioneering two- and three-dimensional work of an American master who set sculpture into motion.
One restaurant, four chefs and four rotating pop-up concepts all in a single year – Broadsheet Kitchen is an ambitious project, to say the least.
It's not your schoolyard drinking fountain.
Three courses of authentic Sicilian and Southern Italian fare. Or, your new weekly ritual.