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The Smitten Guide – Show 2.07 May 29th

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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:

  • The Glass Menagerie is being performed on 18th May to 5th June at the Merlyn Theatre in Melbourne.
  • #DearDiary – on at The Butterfly Club, Carson Place off Little Collins Street – Wednesday 1st to Sunday 5th June at 7pm.
  • Flesh Eating Tiger – is on at Owl and Cat Theatre, 34 Swan Street – 31st May to 2nd June.

Events happening around Melbourne, Victoria and Australia:

  • Max and Olive: The photographic life of Olive Cotton and Max Dupain – will be exhibiting at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, 31st May until 24th July. The exhibition will focus of their work made between 1934 and 1945 – an exciting period of experimentation and growth in Australian photography.
  • THE ADDAMS FAMILY – A NEW MUSICAL  is bring brought to life by the 2016 graduating class of Music Theatre Company of Federation University Australia’s Arts Academy. The production will be on from 18-25 June at Theatre Works, 14 Acland Street St Kilda
  • Shepparton Art Museum welcomes one of China’s most acclaimed contemporary artists – Chen Qiulin and the exhibition One Hundred Names. This exhibition was developed in collaboration with the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian art. The exhibition will be on from Saturday 4th June to Sunday 24th July. 

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