Morning Melodies 2024, The Choir of Man + The Nutcracker

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Morning Melodies
February – December

Morning Melodies 2024 single tickets and subscriptions are now available!

Experience a journey through musical theatre, jazz, contemporary, classical music, and dance, with some of Australia’s finest talent at a price that won’t break the bank.

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Reminisce House
2 March

Reminisce House returns to the Bowl with its biggest event yet. Featuring Fedde Le Grand, John Course, Alan Braxe and DJ Falcon. Tickets on sale Friday.

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Peter and the Starcatcher
8 – 24 November

The Broadway smash hit and Tony Award winning production is coming to Melbourne. Jump aboard Dead Puppet Society’s epic voyage and discover the untold story of Neverland.

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Coming Up

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Up Next Comedy
16 December

Enjoy a night of uproarious laughter in The Channel and witness the comedy scenes latest (and soon to be greatest) in action! Expect stand-up and sketch in a jam packed hour of fun.

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A young girl and a solider from The Nutcracker are standing in front of a Christmas tree. A mouse is standing behind the charismas tree holding a knife. It is snowing.

The Nutcracker
20 – 22 December

Be enchanted by the incredible talent of international ballet stars as they take you on a journey through a winter wonderland and bring this timeless tale to life.

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Love Actually
23 & 24 December

Come dressed in your favourite Christmas outfit! You will laugh, sing, and maybe even shed a tear as you experience the emotion of the ultimate romantic comedy with a live orchestra.

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Men in an old pub drinking, dancing and singing. Two men are standing in the centre of the pub. one is holding a mop and singing into it like a microphone. the other man is singing and playing the guitar.The Choir of Man
4 January – 11 February

This is a pub like no other! A wildly talented group of instrumentalists, world-class wordsmiths and sensational singers; this cast of nine guys serve it all… live. Don’t miss this pint-filled good time, opening next month!

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The Plants by Playable Streets
16 – 21 January

This Summer you’re invited to make music with a marigold, compose with a chrysanthemum and listen to some lavender in this free event on the forecourt.

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Tempo
17 – 20 January

Experience Tempo, the Flying Fruit Fly Circus’s latest summer spectacle! When the orchestra vanishes, the talented troupe will flip, juggle and dive to say the day.

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The Barre
Open afternoon – late

Raise a glass to sunshine and good vibes with one of our spring & summer cocktails. From tropical tipples to fruity fusions, we’ve crafted the perfect drinks for you this summer.

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From our Friends: Miss Saigon
Until 16 December

Miss Saigon closes next Saturday 16 December at Her Majesty’s Theatre, and all remaining tickets are now available for just $85!* Don’t miss your final opportunity to be swept away by this breathtaking production from Opera Australia.

*Terms and conditions apply

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From our Friends: The Revue
12 – 14 February

From the producers of The Gospel According to Paul, The Wharf Revue delivers razor-sharp political satire with Pride in Prejudice. Use promo code REVUEOFFER for $60 tickets.

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