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The Smitten Guide – Show 1.05 6th March


The Smitten Guide – a summary of arts and culture events happening around Melbourne, Victoria and Australia.

Re – capping the events we mentioned during the show:

Festival of Live Arts concludes on Sunday 13th March – if you haven’t already seen one of the many shows on offer, do not miss out its final week!

TOWN HALL TICKET ~ available on Wednesday 9th, Thursday 10th and Friday 11th March from 5pm at the North Melbourne Town Hall

EARSHOT – sadly a one-night only performance, but be sure to check out Christian’s review of the show on the Art Smitten website later this week.

GENIUS – Theatre Works ~ St Kilda Town Hall on Saturday 12th – Sunday 13th March

PAST RACISIM/FUTURE RIGHTS – Footscray Community Arts Centre – Basement Theatre, Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th March

TEENA’S BATHTIME: Eau de Wet Dogge – Special event at West Space (see FOLA website for more details – Exhibition Friday 12th Feb – Saturday 12th March


Events around Melbourne, Victoria and Australia:

The Big Issue Portraits – The Drawings by Virginia Hodgkinson ~ celebrating the men and women who sell The Big Issue – exhibition is on at No Vacancy Project Space in Federation Square, 1st – 20th March.

The National Folk Festival in Canberra celebrates it’s 50th festival this year – held across 18 vibrant venues at Exhibition Park, the festival showcases sounds from around the planet – Thursday 24th – Monday 28th March

Friday Night Laneways – Organic Data, part of the World Science Festival in Brisbane. Experience light projections, interactivity and sampled sounds that fuse art and science – Friday 11th March

Ten Days On The Island –  arts and music festival in Hobart, 10th March to 3rd April

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