MONDAY MAY 27TH
Like Someone in Love at ACMI
Following the success of Certified Copy, master filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami returns with another alluring exploration of modern life and love. Contemporary Tokyo provides the backdrop for this triangular relationship drama.
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Price: $16.00 Full $12.50 Concession
TUESDAY MAY 28TH
Kristin McIver’s exhibition ‘Status Quo’ at James Makin Gallery.
Status Quo explores the notion of identity as commodity. The exhibition continues McIver’s exploration of consumer identity in the era of hyper-capitalism. The work in the exhibition (predominantly in neon, steel and concrete), transposes digital subject matter into physical objects to highlight the tangible economic value placed on our thoughts and desires.
James Makin Gallery
67 Cambridge Street, Collingwood
Metamorphis Theatre Company presents ‘Shattered’ at 1000 Pound Bend
A performance about Australia’s detachment from the reality of terrorism.
The project has been entirely self-funded by writer Jessi Lewis who has collaborated with Ben Eltham, Tony Yap and Yvonne Virsik to create a powerful piece of theatre.
1000 Pound Bend
361 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
From the team behind the highly acclaimed Persona comes a theatrical experience of radical and daring intimacy, inspired by Frank Wedekind’s 1903 novella.
‘In the middle of nowhere lies a unique boarding institution for girls. Here, in this idyllic refuge, cut off from the outside world, a group of young girls study ballet and biology. We watch as they’re groomed for an unknown future.’
Melbourne Theatre Company
FRIDAY MAY 31ST
Friday night drinks at Cumulus Up
Cumulus Up is a calming city loft with a well edited wine list and inviting food. The perfect place to meet friends after work to celebrate the start of your weekend.
Level 1, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
SATURDAY JUNE 1ST
Saskwatch’s Farewell Show
Local Melbourne band Saskwatch are heading overseas to tour their latest album, make sure you buy a ticket to their farewell show and remind these soul brothers (and sista) to come back because we’ll miss them.
John Curtin Hotel
29 Lygon St, Carlton
June 1st, 8 p.m.
SUNDAY JUNE 2ND
Kneebody for the Melbourne International Jazz Festival
With a combined biography that includes working with the likes of Snoop Dog, the Foo Fighters and the Smashing Pumpkins, you know this US band can drop it like it’s hot.
Don’t miss this post-bop, indie rock-meets hip hop Jazz band.
The Forum Theatre
Flinders Street, Melbourne
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