Arts & Culture
The Koorie Heritage Trust (KHT) will reopen on December 9 across all three floors of the newly renovated Birrarung Building (formerly Yarra Building) at Federation Square.
Charles Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol, has returned to Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre for a second season following its hit run in 2022, with the show’s new season extended to January 7, 2024 ahead of opening night on November 23.Read More
Seventy people arrested in Lisbon for taking part in anti-English protests. The attempted poisoning of the Russian Tsar proves to be untrue. Australian and New Zealand mail believed to have been destroyed when a train caught fire in Nebraska is found and rescued.Read More
Tucked away in the bottom right-hand corner of this watercolour by W F E Liardet are two small windblown figures battling Melbourne’s notorious north-westerly winds.Read More
A seven-week season of Arthur Miller classic play, directed by Neil Armfield, has concluded in Melbourne.Read More
The City of Melbourne has awarded more than $950,000 to a diverse range of artists, as part of the latest round of its annual arts grants program.Read More
On the weekend of September 30 and October 1, Chinatown, Melbourne will celebrate the Autumn Moon Festival, when family and friends come together, for the seasonal harvest and the recounting of the many associated ancient legends.Read More