Melbourne

Time Out Melbourne, available from tourist outlets, is a comprehensive monthly guide to what's happening in town. For a complete listing of performing arts events, galleries, and films, consult the "Shortlist" supplement in the Friday edition of The Age newspaper. Tourism Victoria hosts a fantastic website (www.visitmelbourne.com) detailing all of Melbourne's upcoming and current events. The free local music magazine Beat is available at cafés, stores, markets, and bars. Melbourne Community Voice (MCV) and Star Observer are the local LGBT papers.

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  • 1. Comedy Theatre

    City Center | Theater

    Revues and plays are staged at the Comedy Theatre, which along with the Princess, Regent, and Forum theaters is owned by the Marriner Group...Read More

  • 2. Half-Tix

    City Center | Theater

    This ticket booth in the Melbourne Town Hall sells tickets to theater attractions at half price on performance days. It's open Monday 10–2,...Read More

  • 3. Her Majesty's Theatre

    City Center | Theater

    Her Majesty's Theatre, which opened in 1886, hosts international musicals like Strictly Ballroom and Singin' in the Rain . ...Read More

  • 4. La Mama Theatre

    Carlton | Theater

    La Mama puts on innovative and contemporary Australian productions in a bohemian theater. A second performance space is the Carlton Courthouse...Read More

  • 5. Melbourne Theatre Company

    Southbank | Theater

    Australia's oldest professional theater company stages up to 12 productions per year in various venues around the city, including the Southbank...Read More

  • 6. Playbox at the CUB Malthouse Company

    Southbank | Theater

    The city's second-largest company, the Malthouse Theatre, stages about 10 new or contemporary productions a year. The CUB Malthouse is a flexible...Read More

  • 7. Princess Theatre

    City Center | Theater

    An ornate, 1886 wedding cake–style edifice (complete with its own "friendly" ghost that is said to haunt the dress circle area), the Princess...Read More

  • 8. Regent Theatre

    City Center | Theater

    An ornate 1920s building, the Regent originally opened to screen movies but nowadays presents mainstream productions, including The Lion King...Read More

  • 9. Theatre Works

    St. Kilda | Theater

    This theater concentrates on contemporary Australian plays. ...Read More

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