Hosted on a Wednesday at The Carlton Club, FUTURE KIND is a mid-week, early evening set from some of Melbourne’s most adventurous music makers. Conceived as an expansive, inclusive, forward look at musical movements in the city and the communities of artists responsible
Curated by Breaking And Entering (Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler from Triple R – 3RRR 102.7FM)
‘Future Kind’ – Kandere
Plus special guest DJ Spunkgunk (Mo Hini from HABITS)
Wednesday Nov 29 from 6.30pm
Level 3 Hasti Bala at The Carlton – 193 Bourke St Melbourne
Kandere is the musical duo of artists, Lakyn Tarai and Wahe Kavara, and their first single BB Goy stands as one of 2017’s most exciting debuts. Formed about a year ago, the band’s musical style is a celebration and reflection of queerness and their shared Melanesian ancestry (Fiji and Papua New Guinea). Their sound combines avant hip hop, synth heavy R&B and darker club influences. With Lakyn’s driving vocals & rapping structured around Wahe’s sharp energising production, together they create a dynamic and powerful sound. Over the past 12 months Kandere have played alongside Juliana Huxtable, Gaika, SIMONA, Elysia Crampton and Habits among others, and we’re excited to host their powerful live set at The Carlton Club’s Hasti Bala Bar. DJ Spunkgunk aka Mo Hini from HABITS will also be soundtracking the night
Artwork credit: Mo Hini
Get ready to take your senses on a journey as White Rabbit Brewery and The Carlton Club team up to create a food & beverage tasting with a twist.
Expect to have all your senses awakened as White Rabbit ambassador Ryan Loft takes you through some of the most-weird and wonderful rabbit folklore, whilst you sip on limited edition barrel aged sours, beers and cider which have been matched with five delicious tastes.
This isn’t your everyday White Rabbit tasting event. It’s a progressive experience which taps into all of your senses. When you travel ‘Through the Rabbit Hole’ expect a journey of flavours with delicious canapés expertly matched with a couple of familiar White Rabbit beers as well as some very limited barrel aged cider and sour beers.
The night is more than great food and drink, It’s a series of experiences where you’ll encounter Tezcatzontecatl the Mexican god of beer, wild wolpertinger and discover why there’s a rabbit in the moon.
Tickets are $50 this includes five different experiences paired with five White Rabbit brews and five mouth-watering tastes.
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DJs Mz Rizk, Cliftonia, Jank Facques and DJ Demize. Happy hour from 4 -7pm. We’re open til late.
Each Sunday you can now join the likes of Karen From Finance, Art Simone, Polly Filla and Jessica James for a fresh Melbourne brunch experience like no other!
Be welcomed by our Maitre De on one of Melbourne’s most magnificent rooftops, dine on meals from one of Melbourne’s newest and most exciting chefs, help yourself to our buffet of fresh fruits and yoghurts, sip a mimosa with your closest friends and be entertained by some of this countries best and most well renowned Drag personalities!
Your all-inclusive ticket covers:
A La Carte Brunch, Table reservation, 3 Mimosas each, Yoghurt & Granola and Fresh Fruit buffet, 2 fabulous drag shows and photo opportunities with our queens.
With games, prizes and giveaways, Drag Brunch at The Palmz is your perfect destination this Spring/Summer for birthdays, celebrations and catch-ups – any excuse for a great DAY out!
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Shattered by their break-up, a woman calls up her ex-lover. Pleading with the voice on the other end of the line, she sinks deeper and deeper into despair. With a touch of Hitchcock’s Rear Window, we watch the scene, and the woman herself, unravel. Four of Melbourne’s finest emerging opera singers star in one of opera’s most powerful monologues, where a lonely woman lays bare the heartbreak of unrequited love. Adelaide Greenaway, April Foster, Bethany Eloise and Lisa Lally take on the stark emotional honesty in a piece based on an original play by Jean Cocteau, where “the telephone is sometimes more dangerous than the revolver, its tangled cord drains us of our strength while giving us nothing in return.”
With its heartbreaking portrayal of a relationship’s breakdown, the intensely voyeuristic La Voix Humaine by Francis Poulenc is theatre at its most brutal.
Taking place in a series of tiny rooms, BK Opera has taken a 20th-century opera classic and created a unique and visceral theatre experience. This is opera up-close, intimate and unrestrained.
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