This former brewery, gifted to the arts by Carlton and United in 1986, is the home of Malthouse Theatre – Melbourne’s innovative producer of new Australian work. The building has two theatre spaces: the 500-seat Merlyn theatre and 180-seat Beckett Theatre.
The onsite cafe and bar should take care of all your snacking, dining and drinking needs.
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113 Sturt St
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The Homosexuals, or Faggots
Theatrical genres have a habit of blurring over time, due as much to innovations by brilliant playwrights as to the permeable nature of categories. Farce has very distinct indicators, but it has gradually taken on characteristics associated with the Comedy...Comedy Until Sunday March 12 2017
Piece for Person and Ghetto Blaster
Piece for Person and Ghetto Blaster falls within the weird and wonderful category of dance theatre, pushing the boundaries of what we typically expect that genre to look like. Co-devised by Gunn and choreographer Jo Lloyd, Piece for Person and Ghetto...Performance art Wednesday March 15 2017 - Sunday March 26 2017
In this new work by Chunky Move, gravity-bound human bodies are juxtaposed against ethereal clouds, to explore the ways in which clouds are both foils and sublime phenomena within the human world. Research by video and installation artist Ho Tzu Nyen,...Friday March 17 2017 - Sunday March 26 2017