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Claire Lambe: Mother Holding Something Horrific

Saturday 8th April - Sunday 25th June @ ACCA, Southbank

In this major exhibition of newly commissioned work, the artist’s most ambitious project to date, Claire Lambe employs sculpture, photography, biography and theatrical mise-en-scène to create intimate and intense psychological spaces in an ambitious attempt to describe the human condition in its cruel reality and horrifying glory.

Known for her strange and often abject sculptural forms, Claire Lambe’s work explores psychological narratives of gender, sexuality, identity and class, leading to anxious objects full of revelatory and emancipatory potential. In a deeply subjective and sometimes transgressive practice of psychodrama and catharsis, Melbourne-based and English-born Lambe draws upon a rich bank of personal history and reference material as a starting point for her investigation into the ambiguity between memory and experience, reality and re-enactment.

Claire Lambe: Mother Holding Something Horrific will charge ACCA’s extensive gallery spaces with a series of dramatic installations that are at once uncanny, anarchic and full of life and libido. The installation will be further enlivened by an occasional series of performances by contemporary dancer and choreographer Atlanta Eke which will develop in the gallery space over the course of the exhibition, continuing an ongoing collaboration between the two artists.

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
111 Sturt Street, Southbank VIC 3006, Melbourne, Australia
10 am–5 pm Tuesday to Friday; 11 am–5 pm weekends and public holidays, Monday by appointment.
Tel: +61 3 9697 9999. Admission: Free
More details at acca.melbourne

*Image: Claire Lambe, Mother Holding Something Horrific 2016–7, production still. Courtesy the artist and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne.


ART+CLIMATE = CHANGE 2017

Wednesday 19th April - Sunday 16th July @ Various Venues

ART+CLIMATE = CHANGE 2017 is a festival of exhibitions and public programs harnessing the creative power of the arts to inform, engage and inspire action on climate change.

With 30 curated exhibitions across Melbourne and regional Victoria including the highly acclaimed “EXIT” – a 360 degree video installation that stunned Paris audiences during the 2015 United Nations climate change negotiations. 

This provocative work investigates contemporary human migrations and their leading causes – including the impacts of climate change.

Details at https://www.artclimatechange.org/



Melbourne Talam

MTC Melbourne Talam

Thursday 20th April - Saturday 20th May @ Southbank Theatre, The Lawler

Triple R and Melbourne Theatre Company present Melbourne Talam by Rashma N. Kalsie. This is the world premiere of this vibrant new Indian-Australian play, based on real events that put our city’s contemporary social issues at centre stage.

Melbourne Talam plays at Southbank Theatre from May 4 to 20. 

Get tickets at www.mtc.com.au.


April After Dark 2017

3RRR's April After Dark

Monday 24th April - Sunday 30th April @ Triple R Performance Space, Brunswick East

After a hugely successful debut in 2016, Triple R's April After Dark series returns in 2017 to showcase some of the most vibrant Australian live acts in celebration of April Amnesty.

Join us for a big week of live music from the Triple R Performance Space with 22 acts over 7 consecutive nights! Running nightly from April 24th to 30th, Triple R's 10pm shows will all present their programs live from the Triple R Performance Space and take you on a nocturnal excursion into the beating heart of our luminous local music scene.


April After Dark 2017 Line Up and Set Times

Doors and Triple R Bar open 9.30pm each night 

Monday April 24th 10pm-12am
Put on your night cap and join Rob Steezy on Hood Pass
Featuring live sets from 
10pm Skomes
10.45pm Squidgenini 
11.30pm Kaé


Tuesday April 25th 10pm-12am
Bliss out with Didvid S on Leisure Link
Featuring live sets from 
10pm Prequel
10.45pm Tambo's House
11.30pm Mira Boru


Wednesday April 26th 10pm-12am
Take in the night air with Tristen Harris on The Golden Age of Piracy 
Featuring live sets from 
10pm RVG
10.45pm Lost Talk
11.30pm The Smith Street Band


Thursday April 27th 10pm-12am
Dive into the late night blues with Max Crawdaddy on Son of Crawdaddy
Featuring live sets from 
10pm Dan Dinnen
10.45pm Miss Whiskey 
11.30pm The Teskey Brothers


Friday April 28th 10pm-12am
Contemplate the celestial with Dan Dare on How High The Moon 
Featuring live sets from
10pm Acknowledgement of Country performed by Neil Morris
10.10pm Zeitgeist Freedom Energy Exchange
11.15pm Albrecht La'Brooy
Please note: Kandere are unfortunately no longer able to perform tonight.


Saturday April 29th 10pm-12am
Electrify your night with Pauly P on LiveWire
Featuring live sets from 
10pm The Shabbab
10.45pm Hi-Tec Emotions
11.30pm The Nation Blue


Sunday April 30th 10pm-12am
Stay wide awake with Tim Taylor Scott on Teenage Hate
Featuring live sets from 
10pm Primo
10.45pm The Shifters
11.30pm Orion


HOW TO WIN TICKETS:

To reserve a spot in the audience for you and a non-subscribing friend, Triple R subscribers can email afterdark@rrr.org.au with your full name, subscriber number, along with the date you would like to attend in the subject line. 

Please note, it will be first in best dressed as capacity is limited. Entry is via guestlist only. If you wish to atttend mulitple nights, please send a separate email for each date you wish to attend. Only subscribers with a paid annual membership are eligible for giveaways.

Everyone who subscribes during April goes in the prize draw. More info including the full list of prizes on offer during April Amnesty here


Mountain Goat

This project is proudly sponsored by Mountain Goat Beer


HRAFF

Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

Thursday 4th May - Thursday 18th May @ Various Venues

The Human Rights Arts and Film Festival is turning ten this year - bringing diverse stories that matter, from Australia and around the world. It is a not-for-profit arts organisation that explores diverse and inspiring human stories through the mediums of film, art, music and forums.

HRAFF runs from May 4 to 18 in Melbourne at ACMI, Footscray Community Arts Centre, and surrounding arts venues.

For their dynamic program of film, art, music and forums, head to hraff.org.au



Dappled Cities poster

Dappled Cities

Saturday 6th May @ Howler, Brunswick

After returning with their critically praised new single ‘Stone Men’ and announcing their fifth studio album ||||| (five) Dappled Cities will combine their trademark layered soundscape with an immersive lighting spectacle.

The event, also titled |||||, will see the band re-imagining music from their highly acclaimed career and showcasing material from their new record.

With guests Red Riders and Darling James

Tickets on sale now from www.moshtix.com.au



CherryRock017

Cherry Rock 017

Sunday 7th May @ Cherry Bar, Melbourne

With Shihad, Dwarves, Nashville Pussy, Bala (Spain), Bottlecap (Sweden), Totally Unicorn, Child, Amyl & The Sniffers, Zombitches, Stiff Richards, KPR (Indonesia) and Mooner (Indonesia), with more big names to come....

13 acts. No clashes. 2 stages in AC/DC Lane and Cherry Bar
from 12noon till 9.30pm.

Tickets on sale now from www.cherrybar.com.au


Tim Rogers

Tim Rogers

Saturday 20th May @ Yarraville Club, Yarraville

While You Am I is bogged down in negotiations about a new group haircut, Tim Rogers has recorded his seventh secessionist recording An Actor Repairs. At the Yarraville Club on Saturday 20 May, he will be playing songs from 28 years of recordings with accompaniment by extraordinary musicians who should know better.

Doors open: 7pm (Dining) & 8.00pm (Show only)
Tickets from The Yarraville Club

 


The Cactus Channel

The Cactus Channel & Sam Cromack

Thursday 25th May @ Howler, Brunswick

Following their much-acclaimed first single 'Sorry Hills', alt-soul gang The Cactus Channel & Sam Cromack (Ball Park Music, My Own Pet Radio) are announcing a one-off Australian tour in May/June in support of their upcoming EP Do It For Nothing.

Mostly known as the moody instrumental children of Melbourne's world famous soul scene, The Cactus Channel have been moving in a new stylistic direction with this collaboration, treading a thin line between alt-soul and indie pop.

Tickets on sale now from www.moshtix.com.au



1984 by George Orwell

Wednesday 31st May - Saturday 10th June @ Comedy Theatre

Direct from London’s West End, the award-winning stage adaptation of Orwell’s 1984 comes to Melbourne with a terrifying Room 101 and paranoia-inducing messages delivered on a lo-fi cracking screen.

You can think a thought, start a diary or fall in love, but Big Brother is always watching, reminding us that…

“The news is all lies anyway…
Not a word of it could ever be proved or disproved…
You are rotting away. You are falling to pieces. What are you? A bag of filth.”

- George Orwell, 1984

To understand 2017… you have to see 1984.

***** ‘Crushingly powerful stuff’ - Time Out London
***** A chilling, ingenious 101 minutes’ - The Times, UK
***** “Never lets the audience off the hook.” - The Guardian (UK)

1984
by George Orwell

31 May – 10 June
Comedy Theatre, Melbourne
BOOK NOW 1984play.com.au/


Donny McCaslin

Donny McCaslin Group

Friday 2nd June - Saturday 3rd June @ Toff in Town, Melbourne

Triple R Presents the Donny McCaslin Group at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival.

The band leapt to worldwide prominence for their extraordinary contribution to David Bowie’s iconic final album Blackstar. 

This fearlessly boundary-crossing band from the left-field of the New York jazz scene will be appearing at the Toff in Town on Friday 2 June and Saturday 3 June.

Bookings at melbournejazz.com




Cory Henry

Cory Henry and the Funk Apostles

Wednesday 7th June @ Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne

Triple R Presents Cory Henry and the Funk Apostles in a Melbourne International Jazz Festival exclusive. 

A core member of Snarky Puppy, Hammond B3 virtuoso Cory Henry's latest project delivers a blisteringly hot combination of retro and future funk, steeped in gospel and soul.

Wednesday 7 June at 170 Russell. 

Tickets via melbournejazz.com




RB & DP 2

Radio Birdman and Died Pretty

Friday 30th June - Saturday 1st July @ The Croxton, Thornbury

Performing live over two nights at The Croxton

Friday 30th June
With Kim Salmon Power Pop Trio

Saturday 1st July
With Dave Graney & The MistLY

Tickets on sale now from
www.thecroxton.com.au


Bon

Bon But Not Forgotten

Saturday 8th July @ Yarraville Club, Yarraville

Bon Scott’s 71st Birthday Bash !!
Not content with just performing a ‘Best Of’ set, the band also focuses on some gems that aren’t commercial in nature, but true fans will love to hear them live, some for the first time.

The line-up features the consummate talents of:
Simon Wright – Joined AC/DC after the departure of Phil Rudd in 1983
Mark Evans – Performed on some of history’s greatest rock albums including TNT , Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap and Let There Be Rock
James Morley – Former bassist with ARIA Hall of Fame band – The Angels
SKENIE – One of Australia’s hardest rocking frontmen from The Poor
And introducing international legend Filippo Oliveri “Solo Dallas” – known for his ability to replicate and feel Angus Young’s guitar playing like no other.
Plus support from Volts performing Back in Black
& DJ James Young

Tickets on sale now from www.yarravillelive.com


Pablo

Capturing Pablo - An Evening With Javier Pena & Steve Murphy

Thursday 13th July @ Hamer Hall, Arts Centre, Melbourne

Capturing Pablo will see Javier Pena and Steve Murphy speak about the rise and fall of the Medellin Cartel and the role they played in bringing down its notorious leader.

Including exclusive stories and images not seen in the documentary, this exclusive event gives Narcos fans, and those interested in Pablo Escobar, the opportunity to hear first-hand from the two men who were key in his capture.

The evening’s discussion will also shed light on their input into the hit series and will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience.

Tickets on sale NOW from www.livenation.com.au


RE in Mind

Real Estate

Saturday 22nd July @ The Croxton, Thornbury

Real Estate will land in Australia for their fourth visit, supporting the release of their acclaimed fourth album In Mind. The Stateside indie-rock band have announced national Australian tour dates in addition to their appearance at Splendour in the Grass this July. 

This is their first return to Australia since their sold-out national tour in 2015.

Tickets now on sale from www.thecroxton.com.au





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