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Frankston Arts Centre

The Umbilical Brothers: The Distraction 06/04 8pm

Polite Mammals 07/04  11am & 3pm

The Michael Jackson HIStory Show 07/04 7pm

Kingston Arts Centre

Mordialloc Jazz Orchestra Multiple Dates. Check the website

Temporal Perspective: Pilar De La Torre 20/03-20/04

Blues Clubs

Hume Blues Club

Thursday nights at the Thornbury Bowls Club, free entry

Birds Basement

Brett Williams & The Harmonix Experience 10/04 7.30pm

Tokyo Groove Jyoshi 11/04-12/04 7.30pm

Way Out West Music Club

Meat Market

Jazz Clubs

Paris Cat

** Multiple Acts with tickets selling fast. Please look at the website.

Uptown Jazz

Ben Vanderwal Quintet-Guitar-mageddon 06/04 8pm

The Drunken Poet

Closed for Easter until 12/04/24

Brunswick Ballroom

Brunswick Big Band 06/04 2pm

Zoe Fox and the Rocket Clocks W Druid Fluids ADL and Heavy Amber 06/04 8pm

The Stetson Family The Stars, If You Look Closely Album Launch 07/04 2pm

Tarab Emsemble 10/04 7.30pm

Songs From Smyrne 11/04 7.30pm

Folk Clubs

Newport Fiddle & Folk Club 

Newport Bush Orchestra 2nd & 4th Monday 7.30pm

Victorian Folk Music Club Inc

New Melbourne Folk Club


Peninsula Folk Club

1st Sunday of the month at Frankston Bowls Club 5.30pm


Drum Theatre

Sibil 2024 Australian Tour 07/04 7pm

Bunjil Place

the 70s80s90s show 06/04 7.30pm

Wendy Matthews & Grace Knight - We're Goings to Graceland 12/047.30pm

Regent Theatre

Wicked 02/03 - 02/06


Forty Five Downstairs

Secret Place Louise Tyler 26/03-06/04

Sad Stories in Paint Jane Sinclair 26/03-06/04

All Roads Lead to Rome 05/04 7.30pm

Finding Solace in Remote Sands 09/04-20/04

Seeing Light Geoffrey Falk, Andrew Scollo & Sally Vivian 09/04-20/04

Literary Death Match Melbourne 09/047pm

The Butterfly Club

Suckers 08/04 5.30pm

Motion Sickness 08/04 5.30pm

Digital Footprint 08/04 8.30pm

Neptune Henriksen - Being a Woman F.... 08/04 10pm

Her Majesty's Theatre

Chicago 26/03-26/05


Athenaeum Theatre

Akmal Red Flags 27/03-21/04

Laurence Mooney 27/03-21/04

Sh!tFaced Shakespeare Macbeth 27/03-21/04

Arj Barker 28/03-21/04

Best of the Edinburgh Fest 28/03-21/04

Murray SawChuck 02/04-07/04

Princess Theatre

Wicked 02/03-30/06

The Round

Eastern Starz Solo Competition 06/04-07/04

2024 Regent Solos Concert 10/04 3pm

Theatre Companies

Beaumaris Theatre Company

Phoenix Theatre Company

Mordialloc Theatre Company

Heidelberg Theatre Company

Malvern Theatre Company

Essendon Theatre Company

Williamstown Musical Theatre Company

Altona City Theatre


The Johnston Collection

Fit For A King: Vincent Jenden Reimagines The Johnston Collection 28/02-05/08/24

Heide Gallery

Surrealist Lee Miller 04/11-14/04

The Dax Centre

Hellenic Museum

Visitor Voices: Open Symposium Series 3rd Saturday monthly

Gallery Smith

Valerie Sparks Sanctuary 07/03-13/04

Water Sky: Intimate And Distant Landscapes, Sue Lovegrove 07/03-13/04

Mornington Peninsula Gallery

New Exuberance 02/03-12/05

Sundance Studio: Taking a thread for a walk 02/03-12/05

New Wave 02/03-12/05

McCelland Gallery

Music at McClelland 3rd Sunday of the month

The Lume

Leonardo da Vinci - 500 Years a Genius 16/03-16/06


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