Stay warm this winter with cult movies from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s.
Get your mates together and book in for a movies sesh with beanbags, comfort food, and cult movie classics.
$10 – includes house pot or a glass of wine and popcorn.
For bookings call 9663-3246
July 30th Brazil
Low-level bureaucrat Sam Lowry (Jonathan Pryce) escapes the monotony of his day-to-day life through a recurring daydream of himself as a virtuous hero saving a beautiful damsel. Investigating a case that led to the wrongful arrest and eventual death of an innocent man instead of wanted terrorist Harry Tuttle (Robert De Niro), he meets the woman from his daydream (Kim Greist), and in trying to help her gets caught in a web of mistaken identities, mindless bureaucracy and lies.
Director Terry Gilliam
August 6th The Wiz
When Harlem schoolteacher Dorothy (Diana Ross) tries to save her dog from a storm, she’s miraculously whisked away to an urban fantasy land called Oz. After accidentally killing the Wicked Witch of the East upon her arrival, Dorothy is told about the Wiz (Richard Pryor), a wizard who can help her get back to Manhattan. As Dorothy goes in search of the Wiz, she’s joined by the Scarecrow (Michael Jackson), the Tin Man (Nipsey Russell) and the Cowardly Lion (Ted Ross).
Director Sidney Lumet
August 13th Pink Flamingos
A bizarre fat woman (Divine) and her misfit family compete with a Baltimore couple (David Lochary, Mink Stole) to be named the filthiest people alive.
Director John Waters
August 20th Two Hands
Nineteen-year-old strip club promoter Jimmy (Heath Ledger) is just scraping by in the red-light district of Sydney. When local crime lord Pando (Bryan Brown) offers him a shot at working for his syndicate, Jimmy jumps at the chance to deliver a costly package. But, when Jimmy gets jacked by a couple of kids, he’s indebted to the dangerous gangster for $10,000. Running out of time, he schemes to rob a bank to save himself and a beautiful girl he desires (Rose Byrne) from a gruesome demise.
Director Gregor Jordan
For bookings visit Eventbrite
This Queens Birthday Eve the crew from Hauswerk return to the Melbourne CBD. Bringing the best in Old School Classic Detroit/NYC style house mixed with soulful vocals and rolling grooves to The Carlton Club bar.
Open real late
The Carlton Club together with Square Pleasure present the first Good Days Bad Days live event! Good Days Bad Days is a collective of art makers from all creative streams coming together to foster an environment where artists new or established can ask for help or to offer help, to get inspired, share knowledge and make connections.
Stumbling on a roadblock as a creative is tricky. Asking questions is trickier. Knowing who to ask is sometimes the biggest hurdle! So we’ve created our first monthly live event in collaboration with The Carlton Club. Good Days Bad Days live event will feature a Q&A session by current industry professionals, an open mic style workshop to present your music demo, spoken word, fashion, project to a room of peers who can then offer advice, critique, support, or just be a welcome ear, all ending in a mingle and networking hang time in the glorious surrounds of Melbourne’s Hasti Bala.
Our Industry Guest Speakers for GDBD are:
Arlo Picasso Enemark (Xelon/Noisehive)
Arlo has worked in digital music distribution for around 8 years, establishing himself as an authority in the ever changing music environment. His clients range from long running labels to indie artists getting their first tracks out. Arlo has shared his insights as a Guest Speaker at BIGSOUND, EMC, Youtube’s VIDCON & Face The Music as well as presenting at various music collages and institutes. He’ll be sharing some insight into releasing music in the modern era.
Michelle Pitris (Music & Fashion Photographer)
Michelle Pitiris is a music and fashion photographer who has worked with artists such as The 1975, Angus & Julia Stone, Wolf Alice, Glass Animals, Vera Blue, The Jezabels and DMA’s. Her work has been seen in Rolling Stone Magazine, Fashion Journal, and is currently working on the next instalment of her series Cherchez La Femme.
GOOD DAYS BAD DAYS
Wednesday June 20th
6:30pm – 10pm
Level 3, 193 Bourke St, Melbourne
The Force awakens at The Carlton Club.
Is Jedi your religion of choice?
Do you speak Wookie?
Do you love Storm Troopers, Ewoks, and doids? Then we’ve got the event for you!
May the Fourth TRIVIA test your knowledge of the Star Wars universe.
The winning team wins a $300 Carlton Club voucher.
Best costume wins a mystery prize.
Just because we love Star Wars there will be other prizes throughout the night.
What a Drag is The Carlton Clubs monthly trivia night. Hosted by the Bettie Von Roe, expect glamour, laughter and performances by some of Melbourne most exciting drag talent. Each month we focus on a new pop culture theme. Next we’re heading back to everyone’s favourite drama hub, the Drag Race workroom for season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
So get on Stan and rewatch every episode because we are going in on these queens.
We want everyone to be happy under their rainbow, which is why tickets are FREE although if you wish to leave a donation at the door that is very appreciated. 100% of the donation will be going to Minus18, an incredible organization which supports LGBTIQ+ youth.
So ask yourself, Are you smarter than a Drag Queen?
Bettie Von Roe is up to the challenge.
To book call 9663-3246 or visit
October 17, 2018
To Book Click HERE or Call 9663 3246
Club Palisades. Thursday night based on the principles of House, hip-hop and everything in between.
Drink specials, lovely people and world-class selectors til late, every Thursday, in the heart of the city.
Everybody’s welcome and we will make sure you feel at home.
Elephant In The Room is taking over Thursday, Good Friday Eve. It’s the place to be for the best in progressive and Chicago house, Italo disco and music to make you sweat. The night kicks off at 10 pm til late.
Adam is an established comedian in Melbourne. His shows at Adelaide Fringe Festival, Newcastle Fringe Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival are always very well received. This year Adam is presenting Best Daze of My Life at The Carlton Club. It’s a show about school – old and new, teaching, midlife strife, IVF and everything in between. His shows are always a lot of fun and he would love to see you there.
“Life could have gone one of two ways, but it didn’t, then I became a teacher.” Adam Jacobs.
To book tickets visit MICF
The funny side of Australia. Top British comedian Dan Willis moved to Australia six years ago. Now he’s got a bag of jokes, experiences and hangovers to share.
‘Unpretentious, informal, belly laughs a minute stand-up. ★★★★’ ThreeWeeks (UK)
’55 minutes of side-splitting laughter. ★★★★★’ Plains Producer
George is Greek but has lived in Britain for more than half his life. He’s British, Greek and at the same time, neither. A mongrel and a stray. It’s not going well. It’s going great.
Tour support for Luisa Omielan.
As seen on BBC One.
‘Truly terrific.’ Herald Sun
‘Charismatic raconteur, funny and poignant. ★★★★’ Wee Review (UK)
To book tickets visit MICF