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The Saturday Experiment: by The Big HOO-HAA! Melbourne
Expect fresh formats, brand new plot twists, and radical comedic one-liners, songs and laughs – all delivered in one action-packed hour by a who’s who cast of Melbourne’s best comedic talent.
Saturday Piano Bar
Every Saturday night from 10pm come join us and our most wonderful host for a night of singing and merriment in the free Saturday Piano Bar.
No solos, no microphones, no auditions, and no show ponies – just a big group sing of some of the best pop music on the planet.
Wickedly fun Burlesque Life Drawing on Tuesdays.
The Big HOO-HAA!
Fast, furious and funny, The Big HOO-HAA! is Melbourne's longest-running and best-loved weekly impro comedy show. This is a popular show in a tiny theatre: book ahead.
Our weekly piano bar featuring some of Melbourne's best entertainers. Did we mention it's every Friday?
Starting in October
The Lady of the Swamp
This is a musical. It is a true story. It involves theft, murder and corruption at the top of the new Australian bank and legal world.
One Life, One Love, One Direction
Meet Harrietta, a teenage girl in 2062 who travels back in time to learn how to be an ultimate fan girl from her grandmother, an old school One Direction fanatic.
A one woman poetry and dance fusion show written and choreographed by Irina Kuzminsky (aka Irinushka) to her own original musical settings.
The all-star cacophonous collection of vulgar, grotesque, sexy and sublime singers and musicians will have you dying for love.
Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit
Step into the world of a classic English murder mystery, complete with mysterious characters, devilish red herrings, clever clues, and an amateur sleuth always on hand to outsmart local law officials and solve the case themselves.
In life, we are labelled… in musical theatre we are type-cast.
Starting in November
Dear True Heart
Independent singer/songwriter Natalie Ambrose explores a new chapter of love, reminiscing in joy and bitterness.
I'll Be Seeing You
A musical celebration of the anthems, love songs and big band hits that shaped the first half of the 20th Century.
Tash York: Winefulness
An hour of acknowledging and accepting one's feelings about getting older, practicing yoga hungover, owning cats and drinking wine without judgement.
Blake Freeman – There’s Something There
WINNER BEST NEWCOMER – 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Four vignettes, exploring the lives of four people and how they’re all interconnected. The one thing they all have in common: sex!
The Madwomen Monologues
The Madwomen are back for a ninth season of brilliant monologues showcasing the work of emerging writers.
Life is Like A Bunch Of Peas
Rachel Greenwood had nothing… then she found a pea costume. Now she is a world famous performance artist.
Join us on a musical mystical journey into the forests of our dreams and desires.
Trapped Inside A Fat Old Lady
Join Pauline as she explores and challenges herself, facing her inner demons and… menopause.
Narelle Bonnici finally says I’m Here! At 41 years of age she has experienced a lot. An empowered, strong and independent woman who has not always been that way.
Her Hour Upon The Stage
This angsty feminist adaptation employs wit and sarcasm to examine the dark ideas within, and academic theory surrounding, one of Shakespeare’s most famous works.
Broadway Obsessive Disorder
Come join Emily a life-time sufferer of this disease as she shares (and sings) through the highs & lows of this unknown problem.
Bella Green is Charging For It
Bella Green has worked in brothels and strip clubs, peepshows and dungeons, massage parlours and adult shops, but her most degrading job of all was the three months she spent in a call centre for a big four bank.
This 'show' is an experience wherein your attention, emotion, and curiosity are fundamentally constitutive of the meaning to be created.
Starting in December
The Return of Grazie Fibonacci
A collision of everyday life, pop culture and the surreal, this is a solo sketch comedy with heart, soul and a little afterlife.
Mozart & Salieri
Myth or murder? Did the composer Antonio Salieri murder his friend and colleague Wolfgang Mozart, or is it just an urban legend for conspiracy buffs?
The Book Club
An absurdist comedy that includes songs, dances and original music.
Dolly Diamond’s Christmas Party
It’s a Christmas cabaret for the whole family, except the children, definitely don’t bring the children.
Starting in January
Mia Romero, a San Francisco actress and producer, brings her latest piece to Melbourne for two nights only.
Dil & Do – Season 1
An original and hilarious show; bringing together acting and puppet object theatre through little stories.
Ivy Blue: Broken Blue Skies Live! Tour
Autistic musician Ivy Blue will be visiting Melbourne for the first time ever to tell stories about growing up in a country town and finding a love for music while battling autism, ADHD, and mental health.
Starting in February
Emma Algeri plays 5 comical characters in this love escapade, singing musical theatre and pop classics.
The Mix Tape Club
A black comedy/horror that deconstructs patriarchy, gas lighting and the fine art of the Mix Tape.
Marlene Dietrich: Perfect Illusion
Most of us know something about her. The glamour, the gaze, the voice. The many lovers. The ambiguous sexuality. All true.
The Commonwealth of Kekistan
All these people, all these perspectives, it goes around in circles, and it all leads to one thing—someone dies.
Starting in March
It's A Man's World
A collection of songs made famous by men, brought to you through the voices of two heavenly angels, Kate and Hannah.
Bathsheba: Queen of Hollywood
Bathsheba - a witch and not-yet-apprehended serial killer - is an optimistic (albeit unstable) aspiring starlet who moves to Los Angeles in the hopes of becoming a big, big star.