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Arts of Friday 16/02/24





 Arts Centre

Frankston Arts Centre

Damian Mullin - Elvis Forever 16/02 6.30pm

The Beach Boys Experience 16/02 7.30pm

The Piano Men: The Songs of Elton John & Billy Joel & Invictus Quartet 7.30pm

The Black Sorrows in Concert 18/02 4pm

artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au


Kingston Arts Centre

Morning Melodies 20/02 10.30am

www.kingstonarts.com.au


Blues Clubs

Hume Blues Club

Thursday nights at the Thornbury Bowls Club, free entry

humebluesclub.com


Birds Basement

Australian Foreigner Show the "Cold as Ice"Tour 16/02 7.30pm

Paco Lara Flamenco Quartet 17/02 7.30pm

The Harmonix Experience 21/02 7.30pm

Taylor Henderson 22/02 6pm

birdsbasement.com


Way Out West Music Club

Bondi Cigars with Support Miss Lou's Blues 18/02 2pm

wowrootsmusic.com


Meat Market

Guiding Wyrm Core Signals 18/02 10pm

meatmarket.org.au


Jazz Clubs

Paris Cat

Peter Gaudion's Blues Express 16/02 6.30pm

All l ask: Elly Poletti sings Adele 16/02 /17/02 9pm & 6pm

Soul Chic presents The Eva Cassidy Experience 16/02 9.30pm

Tamara Kuldin's Gents of Jazz 17/02 9.30pm

Joyful Summer Jazz with ade ishs & eMotion Band 18/02 6pm

Vanessa Lezama presents "Latin Fusion" 18/02 6.30pm

Chris Johnstone Septet presents the music of Miles Davis 22/02 7.30pm

Emerson presents Soul and RnB Classics Remixed IV 22/02 8pm

pariscat.com.au


Uptown Jazz

The James Sherlock Trio 17/02 8pm

uptownjazzcafe.com

The Drunken Poet

The Backyard Banjo Club 16/02 8.30pm

The Galway Rovers 17/02 3pm

Boogie Brothers 17/02 9pm

Yolanda Ingley II 18/02 4pm

Paddy Murphy 18/02 6.30pm

Bob Hutchinson plays the songs of Damien Rice 20/02 8pm

Brittle Sun 21/02 8pm

thedrunkenpoet.com.au

Theatres

Drum Theatre

drum.greaterdandenong.vic.gov.au


Bunjil Place

Comedy Bites: Summer Stage Edition 16/02 6.30pm

Guuranda Jacob Boeme ( Rehearsal ) 22/02 11am

Littlefoot & Company's Spoken Word Night 22/02-12/12

www.bunjilplace.com.au


Regent Theatre

marrinergroup.com.au


Forum

The Butterfly Effect 17/02-18/02

forummelbourne.com.au


Forty Five Downstairs

The Whisper by Brodie Murray 15-25/02

Joe Whyte In Waking Hours 12/02-09/03

fortyfivdownstairs.com


The Butterfly Club

The Big HOO-HAA 16/02 8.30pm

Caberet Unscripted 16/02 5.30pm

Drawing Straws 20/02  7.30pm

Glee Club 22/02 5.30pm

thebutterflyclub.com


Her Majesty's Theatre

Grease The Musical 25/01/16/03

hmt.com.au

Athenaeum Theatre

The Rocky Horror Show 09/02-23/03

athenaeumtheatre.com.au


Princess Theatre

Groundhog Day the Musical 24/01-07/04

www.marrinergroup.com.au


The Round

Michael Cormick Sings Bacharach 21/02 11am

www.theround.com.au


Theatre Companies

Beaumaris Theatre Company

beaumaristheatre.com.au

Phoenix Theatre Company

phoenixtheatrecompany.org

Mordialloc Theatre Company

mordialloctheatre.com

Heidelberg Theatre Company

Rumors A Farce 16/02-02/03

www.mtc.org.au

Malvern Theatre Company

The Lifespan of a Fact 16/02-02/03

malverntheatre.com.au

Essendon Theatre Company

essendontheatrecompany.com.au

Williamstown Musical Theatre Company

www.wmtc.org.au

Altona City Theatre

altonacitytheatre.com.au


Museums

The Johnston Collection

johstoncollection.org


Heide Gallery

Surrealist Lee Miller 04/11-14/04

www.heide.com.au


The Dax Centre

www.daxcentre.org


Hellenic Museum

Viewfinder until 24/03

www.hellenic.org.au


Gallery Smith

gallerysmith.com.au


Mornington Peninsula Gallery

Know my Name : Australian Women Artists 25/11/23-18/02/24

www.mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au

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