Arts & Culture

Eat Your Heart Out at La Mama

Eat Your Heart Out at La Mama

January 31st, 2024 - Inner City News

Eat Your Heart Out is a new comedy coming to La Mama Courthouse Theatre in March 2024. This may be the perfect play for our buzzing neighbourhood of restaurants and cafes. 

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When police cars first got radios

January 31st, 2024 - Jeff Atkinson

In the 19th and early 20th centuries, a policeman patrolling the inner suburbs of Melbourne could only call for assistance or report a crime if he could reach a telephone or call-box. 

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La Mama Theatre presents Midsummica  

January 31st, 2024 - Georgie Atkins

In collaboration with Midsumma Pathways, La Mama Theatre is set to host the second annual Midsummica event on February 5; a celebration of LGBTQIA+ identities, disabled, and neurodiverse performers. 

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The Johnston Collection launches new exhibition

January 31st, 2024 - Jack Hayes

East Melbourne’s own “hidden treasure” The Johnston Collection (TJC), has announced its new exhibition.

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Statue of Victorian feminist and social activist to be celebrated

December 18th, 2023 - Brendan Rees

The first woman nominated for Australian parliament, Vida Goldstein, will be honoured with a statue in a historic move that aims to close the gap on gender inequality of statues in the City of Melbourne.

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Blue Jean

November 29th, 2023 - Ruby Lowenstein

Blue Jean is powerful directorial debut from creator Georgie Oakley supported by the emotional range of lead Rosy McEwan.

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The latest from The Johnston Collection

November 29th, 2023 - Inner City News

Acclaimed East Melbourne exhibition-house The Johnston Collection warmly welcomes Dr Louise Voll Box as CEO and introduces a new exhibition A Home of One’s Own.

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New Carlton gallery exhibits the “future dreaming” of incarcerated First Nations artists

November 1st, 2023 - Georgie Atkins

The Torch’s inaugural exhibition at its new gallery on Elgin St will see Future Dreaming - visions of the future come to life from November 2 to November 24, featuring artworks from first-time painters as well as seasoned participants of its program.

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Celebrating the life and work of Julian Centofanti

November 1st, 2023 - Jack Hayes

Carlton’s art community is in mourning following the sad death of Carlton Arts Centre (CAC) owner, pottery teacher and artist, Julian Centofanti.

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Dr Julian Smith: surgeon and photographer

September 27th, 2023 - Sylvia Black

One of East Melbourne’s more notable residents was Dr Julian Smith; a remarkable man, famous in two very different fields, surgery and photography.  

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Collage is the thing

Collage is the thing

February 1st, 2023 - Rhonda Dredge
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