Posted by Dave Dreimann
07. Apr, 2011
|April 7, 2011 8:00 pm||to||April 10, 2011 8:00 pm|
Garage Sale Trail
This Sunday people all over Melbourne will be hosting garage sales. How is this different from every other Sunday? Well, it’s part of a festival and there’s a website where you can search for stuff, see all the garage sales happening in your area and even register your own.
What: Huge Big Garage Sale
When: Sunday April 10
Poet Laureate Telia Nevile
Melbourne comedienne (and Poet Laureate) Telia Nevile’s latest show For Whom The Bell Tolls has been generating a lot of buzz this week. Nominated for last years Melbourne International Comedy Festival Best Newcomer award, Nevile’s one-woman show set in a suburban high-school is rapid-fire dialogue at its best: furious, funny and bloody clever. Well worth a look-see. Listing by Dan and Dave.
When: Now until April 24
Where: Melbourne Town Hall
Comic books, pop culture, autographs, cards, Simon Pegg, actors from Buffy, the 6th Doctor from Dr Who…
What: Pop Culture Expo
When: 10am to 6pm, April 9th and 10th.
Where: Melbourne Showgrounds
The Journey of Lucy and Percy Pepper
Footprints: The Journey Of Lucy and Pepper traces the lives of an Aboriginal family in the first half of the twentieth century. Their story is a remarkable parable about the strength of family in the face of adversity.
Where: Victorian Archives Centre – 99 Shiel Street, North Melbourne
When: Now showing for a limited time
A Pride Of Bears
Here’s one for the chaps. The 2011 Melbourne Leather Pride Festival Season kicks off April 8. The festival features markets, a street party and the showcase Mr Leather ANZ competition.
When: Throughout April
Where: Various Locations
Wine, wigs, wenches and dragons are coming this winter weekend.
Sample and judge a bunch of beautiful regional wines at the Fed Square Wine Showcase.
As the mercury nudges 30C quench your hard earned thirst at the Microbrewery Showcase this week.
Spook celebrates its latest issue with a 'Coming of Age' rooftop party.
Get crafty after dark at Thousand Pound Bend's monthly market.
Nothing to do on Good Friday? Head to The Tote and see up and coming indie pop group Scott & Charlene’s Wedding.