Andrew Hagger and Robyn Payne launched their new album Happy Hour at the fabulous jazz Club in Brunswick with exceptional jazz band Catsplay, and The World Loves Melbourne was there. Happy Hour will soon be released on iTunes and can be ordered online at hopeinthislife.com and Readings Carlton. At time of this article the album was No 1 on the Aria Jazz & Blues Albums Chart.
The Big Sick is a must-see hilarious and heartwarming movie, releasing in cinemas on August 3 2017. See the trailer. The World Loves Melbourne was invited to a preview of the film at the Gold Class cinemas at The Jam Factory on Chapel St South Yarra. Seeing the film together in Gold Class as a couple was perfect and the film is so relatable to modern relationships.
Lulu Cafe and Gallery is a fabulous arts and dining destination in Melbourne, and has an exciting arts program to add to its stunning cafe/restaurant offerings. The World Loves Melbourne has enjoyed some fabulous experiences at Lulu; this is not a formulaic venue but exudes chic and passion and does things in a unique way.
Jazz lover? Grab your tickets to one of the most delightful and intimate events of the year. McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery is hosting the 15th Twilight Jazz Annual Fundraiser at Dame Elisabeth Murdoch’s home of Cruden Farm.
Step right up! For 10 days only until January 14! In a world premiere event, the producers of the biggest selling magic show in the world (The Illusionists) have teamed up with the award winning puppeteers of War Horse to present a thrilling turn of the century circus spectacular with all the thrill and daredevil entertainment one would expect from the circus, with an exciting new twist.
Melbourne is about to go into arts festival overdrive. Melbourne Festival is one of Australia's leading international arts festivals and has an outstanding reputation for presenting unique international and Australian events in the fields of dance, theatre, music, visual arts, multimedia, free and outdoor events over 17 days each October, this year from 6 - 23 October.
The largest film festival outside of Italy, The World Loves Melbourne was invited to the launch of the Lavazza Italian Film Festival at the fabulous The Astor Theatre (Festival runs to October 9). We've worked out this is one of the premium events on the Melbourne calendar, with last year also a spectacular success.
The Melbourne Arts Centre is an iconic venue known for bringing exceptional quality arts and entertainment to the people of Melbourne. Their latest project involves a partnership with Time Out Melbourne to create The Barre; a modern and vibrant dining experience, where seasonal produce, wines, cocktails and ales meet arts and entertainment. The World Loves Melbourne was recently invited to see the new venue and celebrate the venture.
QV Melbourne is calling for entries from Melbourne artists to transform one of their laneways into a spectacular work of art. In a first for the precinct, QV is asking Melburnians to choose the winning artwork, from three finalist sketches.
The arts are a strong part of Melbourne culture and Melbourne is no stranger to attracting world renowned artists to showcase their work in the city. The World Loves Melbourne was invited to an exclusive media event at NGV for the Degas exhibition.
In its world premiere, Degas: A New Vision presents the largest display of Edgar Degas’ works to ever come to Australia, and forms the most comprehensive retrospective of his works in decades. Curated by the world’s pre-eminent expert on Edgar Degas, Henri Loyrette, the exhibit will feature more than 200 pieces that showcase Degas’ talent in a new light; not only as a great master of painting, but also as a master of drawing, printmaking, sculpture and photography.