Arj Barker: We Need To Talk

'Hey, you got a hour? Look, I've been doing a ton of thinking about... us and where we're headed. This isn't easy but I need to be 100% honest with you, even if what I say makes you laugh, very, very hard.

You had better sit down for this....'

"A must see for anyone who loves a laugh. ★★★★"
Adelaide Now

Ballet Revolución

Audiences all over the world simply cannot get enough of the Cuban dancers’ exuberant energy and contagious joy of life. Direct from Cuba, with breathtaking twists, daring jumps and sensual moves from ballet to street dance, Ballet Revolución has already thrilled audiences in sold-out shows from Singapore to Berlin, Vienna and London.

Storytime Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty

A beautiful princess must sleep for 100 years – until woken by true love’s kiss …

Experience all the dazzling wonder of The Sleeping Beauty in a live, interactive production created especially for children aged 3 and up. Fairies in glittering tutus, storybook characters, and a prince’s quest – all set to Tchaikovsky’s hum-along score.

Sammy J in Hero Complex

In 1996, Sammy J borrowed some Phantom comics from his school gardener. He wasn’t to know it at the time, but that moment set off a chain of events that led to the birth of his daughter, saw him committing a crime in Canberra and ended with a federal policeman searching his attic.

Dave O'Neil

Dave has been bringing the laughs for 27 years and is a recognisable face from our TV screens. He has appeared on such shows as Agony Uncles, The Project, Utopia, 20 to 1, The Today Show, Good News Week, The Panel, Adam Hill’s Tonight Show and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala.

He is most known for having appeared on Spicks and Specks more than any other guest, appearing over 50 times! Now that’s keen, mate.

He has been a regular voice on Melbourne radio having done breakfast shows on Nova, Vega, RRR and 774 ABC.

Double Delicious: Kimchee Workshop & Demonstration

Heather will share the process she used to create her story for Double Delicious, and participants will then have the opportunity to think about their own personal stories inspired by a favourite dish.

The workshop concludes with a Kimchi demonstration by Heather, giving insight into how pairing personal stories with food can amplify the meaning and significance of individual narratives and highlight connections to history, culture and community.

Image: Heather Jeong - Photo by Clare Hawley

RockWiz Live!

The RocKwiz gang are hitting the road. After a couple of years of cancellations, we're putting it all behind us and Getting Back on the Road!

Featuring a host of special guests, your old favourites, some new surprises, and YOU on the stage! Get ready to be part of the action as they bring their unique brand of entertainment to Bunjil Place.

"A show to be remembered for a very long time"
Aussievision, Kyriakos Tsinivits

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