Melbourne

Saturday, January 12, 2013

This spectacular awesome amazing event will be a three-stage babe bonanza celebrating and showcasing some of Melbourne's finest female artists, musicians and performers! There will be a huge variety of punk, pop, surf, riot and soul bands and solo artists. This event seeks to bring together the artistic fem community for men and women to celebrate and be inspired by. In no way is this event designed to exclude anyone. All welcome, all accepted. 4pm. Irene's Warehouse, 5 Pitt St, Brunswick.

Friday, September 18 - Friday, September 25

Sifts through the wreckage of a broken home, mental illness and failed love, delivering an hour of sparkling stand-up comedy that cuts through woe to the beautiful heart of life. This is a show that affirms the power of the human spirit and the glory of being alive.

Times: 9.15pm (Sun: 8.15pm). Fringe Hub - The Loft, Lithuanian Club, 44 Errol St, North Melbourne.

Wednesday, April 29

6:30pm. $20. Bookings here. Jam Factory, 500 Chapel St, South Yarra. Promoted by Coal and Gas Free Communities.

Monday, September 30

A personal story of heart disease and music by John 'Togs' Tognolini. 'The trouble with heart disease is that the first symptom is often hard to deal with — sudden death.' (Dr Michael Phelps) This is a serious attempt to raise awareness about heart disease that kills one Australian every 23 minutes. This book is also a story about music and my relationship with it through 25 years of broadcasting radio. 6:30pm. The Post Office Hotel, 229-231 Sydney Rd, Coburg.

Featuring: Welcome to country by traditional owners; Palestinian, Kurdish & Tamil cultural performances; Ras reggae band Ras Yahknow. $10. MUA Hall, 54 Ireland St, West Melbourne (near North Melbourne train station).

March 7th, 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm.

VUSU Lounge, Footscray Park Campus

Victoria University, Footscray, vic 3011

This International Women’s Day, Victoria University Women’s Collective will be hosting a panel discussion to explore violence against women and its intersection with racial inequality. The panel will only feature women of colour and will be aimed at an ethnically diverse audience. 

We aim to generate an informed discussion around the cultural, economic, historical and cultural causes of and responses to violence against women.

Monday, June 29

Help keep 3CR's Concrete Gang show on air. Live music. Top feed. Live Concrete Gang show. 11am onward. Palace Hotel, 505 City Rd, South Melbourne. $30.

GPO Steps, Bourke st mall, cnr Bourke & Elizabeth Sts, City.

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