Upcoming Events & Experiences

All upcoming events & experiences at Burrinja as well as out & about in the community.

Image credit: Bluzal Field, Archiving the Future, 2023, Digital Collage


burrinja presents


An exhibition, installation and public program in celebration of Burrinja's 25th year birthday

03 Dec – Late Feb, 2024 | Burrinja, Foyer & AERIE Galleries

Looking back whilst also walking forward: this special project brings together a suite of objects and artefacts found in the depths of the Burrinja archive – from the mundane to the dazzling, the everyday to the extraordinary. What stories of people and place are hidden within the objects that we keep?

These objects are brought together for this special exhibition that reflects on 25 years of community leadership through the arts. Simultaneously, Archiving The Future will commission a new installation in our aerie gallery, a piece of speculative art that proposes a future as yet unknown to us.

Keep your eyes peeled for a calendar full of activity and activation over summer, and join us in archiving the future. If that’s even possible.



Leicashow presents

The Black Sorrows in Concert

Sun 11 Feb @ 4.00pm | Burrinja Theatre 


Join Joe Camilleri and The Black Sorrows for a very special afternoon.

Joe Camilleri has been at the forefront of the Australian music scene for decades as the leader of Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons and The Black Sorrows, and as writer of radio anthems Hit & Run, Shape I’m In, Chained To The Wheel, Harley & Rose and Never Let Me Go. He is the consummate entertainer constantly honing his craft, an ARIA Hall of Famer and a rock’n’roll lifer. Joe fronts The Black Sorrows, one of Australia’s most prolific and enduringly popular bands, renowned for their high-energy live shows, musicianship and infectious, roots-soaked blues rock. They’ve sold more than two million albums to date and won an ARIA Award for Best Group.

The Black Sorrows are celebrating The Black Sorrows' Live from The Shangri-La, an incredible live recording that captures that spark that defines The Black Sorrows. In Joe’s words: “Live from The Shangri-La gives you a sense of how far the Sorrows have come, of how we’re always moving forward as a band. It’s never about the past. Although we are aways celebrating where we been, we are constantly finding a new and fresh pathway… for the beyond.”

The joy of live music, the excitement of watching great performers playing off each other and feeding off the room, and the thrill of never knowing what is coming next but knowing it will be incredible is what The Black Sorrows are all about. Do not miss your chance to see The Black Sorrows.

Recommended for 16+

Event not suitable to babies due to content and /or noise levels. 


Tickets - $69 inc BF* 


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Burrinja presents

PLAYFUL RAINBOWS ~ creative workshops for preschoolers

Join our resident studio artists in playful explorations of crafty creativity.

From Thu 8 Feb 10.30am for 8 weeks

Each week a different artist will lead a joyful shared experience of creative expression for pre-schoolers with their favourite 'big people' - could be Mum, Dad, Grandparents.

The workshop is facilitated for 45 mins, with extra time for those that haven't quite finished. You may get a little messy...

Wk 1 - Fabric Tambourine Making ~ Natasja van Wyk

Wk 2 - Feathers for Phoebe ~ Libby Finn • cancelled due to power outage

Wk 3 - Feathers for Phoebe ~ Libby Finn

Wk 4 - A Story About My Pet ~ Leticia Hodson

Wk 5 - Textile Drum ~ Natasja van Wyk

Wk 6 - Embossing to make a Card ~ Aimee McCallum

Wk 7 - Origami Magic Game ~ Aimee McCallum

Wk 8 - Puppets Play ~ Leticia Hodson

Tickets - $5 per class


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Image credit: Aimee McCallum

aerie creative ecology presents

An Unconscious Voice | Aimee McCallum

Sat 24 Feb - Sun 31 Mar | aerie gallery

Step into "An Unconscious Voice," an unfolding narrative of the ever-changing seasons, life, decay, and the interconnected roots of our existence. Soft lines and the geometry of nature converge in a poetic artscape that beckons you to explore the depths of Mother Nature's emotional spectrum.

The artist merges two mediums – paper and nature – forging a delicate alliance that transcends the boundaries of conventional art. Creating a montage of Mother Nature's feelings, inviting you to meander through a cocooned environment, contemplating the everyday magic ‘She’ bestows upon us. As you gaze upon the intricate collaboration of paper and pressed nature, the lines of perspective blur, inviting a childlike innocence to take the wheel. Much like staring at clouds and rediscovering the world through whimsical eyes, this work seeks to capture the essence of navigating a mysterious and wondrous sea. We invite you to get lost, walk through, and immerse yourself in the magic of nature's ever-evolving story.

Please join us for the Exhibition Launch: 1pm Sunday 25 Feb – everyone welcome

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Burrinja presents

Live on the Lawn

Feed your soul with an afternoon of sweet swampy southern soul at Burrinja’s Live on the Lawn 2024.

Sat 24 Feb 12.00pm | The Park at Burrinja

Featuring sets by Cookin’ on 3 Burners, Sweet Talk, Roscoe James Irwin + All Star Band, Charlie Needs Braces and Chloe Holmes.

Live on the Lawn is not just an event; it's a celebration for the entire family. We extend a warm invitation for you to a delightful summer day out that caters to all ages. Immerse yourself in the festival atmosphere, complete with kids' activities, arts markets, lawn games, food trucks, and more.

Join us at Live on the Lawn 2024 – where the convergence of soulful sounds and family-friendly festivities promises an experience like no other.

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*Free event tickets with a $25 deposit. On the day, choose to transfer the deposit to the bar, support artists, or get a refund. Non-attendance forfeits the deposit.
**Please note 'BURRINJA DOLLARS' are not eligible for gallery shop or art purchases.

Tickets - FREE (Adult: $25 pp deposit / U12 FREE)*


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burrinja presents

Where Artists Meet (W.A.M.)

Thu 29 Feb @ 7.00pm | Fat Goat

Here’s your chance to get out, have some fun and talk shop with other local artists and have a cheeky drink.

These regular gatherings propose space for connecting and developing conversation between local creatives. WAM provides a fun and friendly environment to talk shop with other artists, share tips, discuss creative practice, projects and local arts and culture. With the Dandenong Ranges rich and abundant cultural landscape Burrinja’s WAM events are a great opportunity to develop new creative networks, find out about potential opportunities and connect with your local arts community.

Join us on the last Thursday of every month @ 7pm at the Fat Goat (2 Morris Road, Upwey)

Put W.A.M. In your calendar!
Up coming dates: 28 March, 25 April, 30 May, 27 June, 25 July, 29 August, 26 September, 31 October, 28 November



Live in the Lyre

Ralph McTell ~ Live in the Lyre: Festival of Folk

Sat 2 Mar @ 8.00pm | Burrinja Theatre

Returning to Australia for the first time in five years, English musical legend Ralph McTell will be armed with his guitar and the much-loved songs from his illustrious career that spans over six decades.

The unassuming singer-songwriter is a prolific touring and recording artist with a knack for illuminating the present and the road ahead with a strong connection to a shared, storied, past.

McTell is an artist who has always defined his own artistic term, his music emanating grace, experience and learning, natural poise and deep substance with harmonic and melodic riches contained in voice, songs and six stringed guitar glory.

Audiences all over the world still flock to hear and sing along to the timeless classic that catapulted him to global fame. Fondly abbreviated to “Streets”, the melodic beauty and cold hard truth of the song keeps it forever relevant.

McTell also tells his incredible life stories to enraptured audiences with song and banter. From hitch hiking with Rod, then known as Mod Stewart, playing Isle of Wight Festival alongside Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone, a crap game with Tom Waits in LA, an Ivor Novello and numerous folk awards. Prepare to be enthralled.


Tickets - $65 - $69.50


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Belgrave Survival Day Committee presents

ALWAYS | Belgrave Survival Day 2024

Sun 3 Mar from 12 pm | Borthwick Park, Belgrave (Naarm)

This year, the event is themed ALWAYS, reflecting on the ongoing care and connection to country that First Nations communities have. The event will feature a stellar line up including Chasing Ghosts, DENNI, Ash Dargan, Aunty Joy, Djirri Djirri dancers and more! Music, Culture, Food, Mini-market and more. All Free.

After 15 years, Belgrave Survival Day is changing the date of our Festival in 2024. 

After much reflection, consultation and conversation the BSD Committee and our partners we have the made the decision to change our event to Sunday March 3, 2024. 

This decision however reflects the overwhelming response we received from our local Indigenous community that we engaged with and partners who want the choice to acknowledge January 26th in their own way.

This years festival will be a scaled back festival, small in size, but bigger in heart and impact. The festival will continue to feature live music, ceremony, dance, storytelling, market stalls and education offerings, all in support of our First People's and their ongoing connection to culture and place.

Please save the date in your diary, and keep your eyes peeled for full program announcement soon!.

Follow the survival day story and updates via Facebook or via Instagram

Our heart felt thanks to Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place for their support.

A very special thank you to Aunty Irene Norman for all of her hard work, support and wisdom. Our Elders are our foundations. πŸ’ͺ🏽


Always was and always will be.


Live in the Lyre

Daoirí Farrell ~ Live in the Lyre: Festival of Folk

First Australian Gig of the Tour!

Thu 7 Mar @ 8.00pm | Lyre Room

Dublin-born singer and bouzouki player Daoirí Farrell is one of most important singers to come out of Ireland in recent years.

A product of Dublin’s famous club An Góilin Traditional Singers, since launching his own solo live career at the 2016 Celtic Connections, Daoirí Farrell has gone from strength to strength. On the verge of releasing his fourth solo album in early 2023, he can boast numerous honours from BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards to ALSR Celtic Music accolades.

He has received endorsements from the likes of Christy Moore ‘Daoirí has assumed the mantle of Luke [Kelly]’), Mark Radcliffe (‘What a voice’) and Dónal Lunny (‘Daoirí is one of the most important traditional singers to emerge in the last decade’), with his music and live performances earning the acclaim of respected publications including MOJO, The Irish Post, Songlines and more.

‘‘Daoirí Farrell is singlehandedly spearheading a resurgence of the authentic in Irish folk music…he is rightly in demand all over the world.’ Irish Music

Tickets - $30 - $35


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Image credit:  Cathy Ronalds

burrinja presents


Dandenong Ranges Open Studios Group Exhibition

Fri 15 March to Sun 28 Apr | Burrinja Gallery

Glimpse, Dandenong Ranges Open Studios Group Exhibition, is an immersive exhibition featuring works from each of the 44 participating studios. This collective display of local talent highlights their individual approaches to art-making whilst exploring a shared theme...Glimpse, inviting viewers into their fleeting moments of inspiration, insight, and beauty captured by these exceptional visionaries.

Embark on a journey through the realm of artistic expression by exploring an array of works encompassing diverse mediums. Through the lens of paint, print, sculpture, textile, photography, and graphic design, these artists offer tantalizing glimpses into their inner worlds, challenging perceptions and inspiring contemplation. This exhibition is a great way to explore the studios and plan your Open Studios weekends adventures.

Glimpse beckons you to explore the collective imagination of these artists, where creativity knows no bounds. Be captivated by this multifaceted exhibition and let the myriad perspectives transport you to a realm where every Glimpse tells a story.

Don’t forget to vote for your favourite piece in the People’s Choice Award.


Please join us for the Exhibition Launch: 7pm Thursday 14 March – everyone welcome

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Leicashow presents

Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier - Songs From the Book of Life

Sat 23 Mar @ 8.00pm | Burrinja Theatre 

Songs From The Book of Life is a work of musical theatre written by Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier, based around her memoir Book of Life, a shimmering piece of autobiography told in eight scenes, around eight songs with Conway and Zygier exploring the nature of performing, a musical life, the notions of what people know and don’t know about a career lived over four decades in public.

Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier play themselves (mostly) as they go back through their own story of youth, rebellion, falling in love, aging, money and music; the dirty details of one of the most powerful and iconic women who rocked the Australian music industry. Songs From the Book of Life is a bold tour-de-force told with unflinching honesty, humour, revelation, and a reflexive desire to let it all hang out.

Directed by Michael Kantor, set design Chloe Greaves, video design Nick Roux, lighting design Stephen Hawker, sound design Siiri Metsar and choreography Stephanie Lake.

Age recommendation: 16+

Tickets - $64 ~ $69 + BF


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Image credit: N Manyi, I'm Being Sarcastic (2023) acrylic (detail)

aerie creative ecology presents

babyteeth | Nikola Manyi

Sat 6 Apr - Sun 19 May | aerie gallery

'babyteeth' is an eclectic collection of works which compile an emerging artist's exploration and development of practice; it explores the contemporarily fast paced nature of consumerism and the need to stay relevant in order to survive.

Please join us for the Exhibition Launch: 2pm Saturday 6 April – everyone welcome

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Image credit: Abdesslam Sakini, acrylic on canvas, circa 2022, 300 x 300mm

aerie creative ecology presents

A Moroccan Modernist Retrospective | Abdesslam Sakini

Sat 25 May - Sun 7 Jul | aerie gallery

Abdesslam Sakini (born 1st Jan 1943) is a Moroccan Artist who was part of the Casablanca Art School during the period it revolutionised modern art in post-colonial Morocco. Sakini’s influences are evident in his paintings. Earlier works reference his teachers and colleagues at the Casablanca School of Art such as Mohamed Melehi and Mohammed Chabâa. Bold use of geometric shapes and abstract patterns create striking compositions on the canvas. Hard edged, architectural forms sit within symmetrical layouts. More recent works take on a less rigid aesthetic inspired by many years in the Australian landscape. These paintings feature flora and fauna recreated with an abstract colour palette that evokes the extremes of the Australian environment.

Please join us for the Exhibition Launch: 2pm Saturday 25 May – everyone welcome


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Burrinja presents

A Little Bit of Blue ~ Little Wing Puppets

A Detective Story, told with Puppetry, where you help solve the case

Wed 10 Apr 11.00am | Lyre Room

A Little Bit of Blue is an interactive detective show for families, told with puppetry. As well as helping to unravel a mystery, the audience will learn about the extraordinary habits of the Australian Satin Bowerbird, and why they are so fascinated by the colour blue.

The story begins with strange disappearances from Mrs Mavis Hooley’s home. Little things go missing: clothes pegs; a tea cup; a ball of wool. But then the thief takes it just one step too far. Mavis calls in a Detective to investigate. A stake out is required. In the dead of night, the Detective indeed finds something peculiar. The children’s role is to help him solve the case.

“An amazing one person dynamic fabulous show – super engaging and beautifully creative.” – Kate, parent, Sydney.

“The Pupit (sic) show was amazing! I can’t wait to see another one.” – Arielle, aged 9

Tickets - $11.25 ~ $15


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Burrinja presents

The Puppetry of Paper Workshop

Scrunch, rip, twist, tear! 

Wed 10 Apr 12pm | Lyre Room


This fun workshop is based on Bunraku, a Japanese form of puppetry. In this workshop, participants will learn to make a puppet out of paper and the skill of bringing it to life, as a team.

Recommended ages: 3 - 8 years 


Tickets - $11.25 ~ $15

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Tickets on sale Tuesday 12th Dec 10.00am

Alist Presents

Umbilical Brothers ~ The Distraction


Fri 19 Apr, 2024 @ 8.00pm | Burrinja Theatre 

Do you love staring at screens? Are you staring at a screen right now? You should get out more. Specifically to a show that has an enormous screen smack-bang in the middle of it.

The Umbilicals take the energy of live performance and the spectacle of cinema and smashes them together into a new show performed simultaneously on stage and on the big screen. It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen, and nothing they’ve ever done, and it will blow your mind way more literally than you are expecting. The Distraction: enabling your screen addiction.

β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… - Theatre People

β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… - The Advertiser

β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… - Broadway World

Recommended for 12+

Mild language, mild adult themes, loud noises  

Tickets - $49.90 ~ $54.90


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15% off Adult, Concession & Group prices until midnight December 24th, 2023.

Burrinja presents

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow

Australia's premier comedy roadshow is coming up, Upwey, way!

Fri 26 Apr 7.30pm | Burrinja Theatre

Australia's biggest and best comedy spectacular is setting off on its 26th annual road trip around the country! Showcasing the finest talents from the 2024 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, we're delivering a dose of laughter right to your doorstep!

Get ready for a well-deserved blast of comedy when the Roadshow hits the Burrinja stage!

‘We were laughing from the moment the lights went down, to well into the drive home.’ Scenestr

‘Wiping tears away and wheezing from the sheer joy.’ Australian Stage

Tickets - $19 ~ $39


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Burrinja presents


Sat 11 May - Sun 21 July | Burrinja Gallery


Image credit: Rona Green, Lucky LeVon, 2022, hand coloured, linocut, 57 x 76 cm (detail)


Galleries 01 & 02

Not Your Kitchen Lino

Burrinja Gallery presents a show case of contemporary print-making with a special focus on lino print applications.

Featured are limited edition prints, artists books, scrolls and sculptures. The artists are:

Chris Lawry (Dandenong Ranges) • David Frazer (Goldfields) • Elizabeth Banfield (Dandenong Ranges) • Gwen Scott (Mornington Peninsula) • Jan Liesfield (Yarra Valley) • Karen Neal (Metropolitan) • Kat Parker (Goulburn region) • Kylie Watson (Dandenong Ranges) • Bronwyn Rees (Metropolitan) • Carolyn Vickers (Goldfields) • Peter Ward (Bellarine) • Rona Green (Dandenong Ranges)



Gallery 03

The Captain's Catch | Rew Hanks

In a series of intriguing complex and detailed compositions renown Sydney-based printmaker and teacher Rew Hanks delivers a satirical take on colonial characters such as Captain James Cook, botanist Joseph Banks, explorer Major Thomas Mitchell, French emperor Napoleon and his wife Josephine.


Please join us for the Exhibition Launch: 2pm Sunday 12 May – everyone welcome.

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Image credit: Rew Hanks, Fish between the flags, 2023, hand coloured linocut, edition of 8 + 2AP, 75 x 106 cm.


15% off Adult, Concession & Group prices until midnight December 24th, 2023.

Burrinja presents

BROAD ~ Geraldine Quinn

Bold dames, bejewelled tales; camp glamour meets ageing grace in this cabaret of self-discovery.

Fri 31 May 7.30pm | Lyre Room

Multi-award-winning rock cabaret artist Geraldine Quinn ('Spicks & Specks', 'Upper Middle Bogan', 'The Weekly') returns with her first original show in four long years - 'BROAD'. Quinn grew up idolising fabulous, bold, brassy (mostly ginger) older women. Now she's becoming one. So Quinn makes her overdue return to the cabaret stage to release everyone's inner DGAF Dame.

Whether you want to unlock the Auntie Mame inside you, polish your brassiness or if (like Quinn) your knees just aren't working anymore and you need to be near someone who understands, ALL are welcome in The Broad Church.

“The sort of electric thunderclap that inspires audience members to hoot out loud and bump the air with their fists in empowered solidarity, it lays down the gauntlet for the moment to beat” Time Out β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…

Tickets - $19 ~ $29


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Burrinja presents

Eric Bibb ~ Live in the Lyre

The ultimate “blues brother” is coming to Burrinja.

Sun 2 Jun 4.00pm | Burrinja Theatre

Eric Bibb is known and revered globally as a fiery singer- songwriter with true soul, grounded in the folk/blues tradition but with contemporary sensibilities.

Testament to his endurance as one of the most relevant, leading bluesmen of our time, Eric’s most recent album, Ridin’ has received a Grammy nomination in the Best Traditional Blues Album category. It sits in the Top 10 of multiple blues and roots charts, has over three million Spotify streams and been lauded by critics as his “late life classic” and “a fervent gospel-backed blues manifesto”. The past twelve months alone has seen his entire catalogue clock up 15 million streams.

To experience Eric live is to be struck by his sheer humanity and convictions based in the values of the civil rights movement of the sixties. He challenges us to do better, to reach higher, and strive harder.

Tickets - $70 ~ $80


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15% off Adult, Concession & Group prices until midnight December 24th, 2023.

Burrinja presents

Greece Lightening ~ Garry Star

Zeus, Fools, and Drachmas: One Idiot's Mythical Quest for Prosperity.

Thu 13 Jun 7.30pm | Lyre Room

An overzealous idiot attempts to perform all of Greek Mythology in order to save his Hellenic homeland from economic ruin.

Never before has Medusa been looser, Achilles more sillies or Uranus so heinous. Having single handedly saved the performing arts in 2018 with his multi-award-winning debut show Garry Starr Performs Everything, comic wunderkind Garry returns with another anarchic masterclass not to be mythed.

"Starr’s rambunctious antics belie how intelligent and tightly structured this exhilarating hour of sidesplittingly funny physical comedy is" β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… Sydney Morning Herald

WINNER Pick of the Fringe - Adelaide Fringe 2022 WINNER Best Comedy - Manchester Fringe 2022 WINNER Best in Fest - Gothenburg Fringe 2022

Tickets - $19 ~ $29


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www.alist.com.au presents


Fri 21 June, 2024. 8.00pm | Burrinja Theatre

All of reality, as we can ever possibly know it, exists exclusively in our minds. Armed with this knowledge, Arj sets out to answer some of Life’s Biggest Questions: Why are we here? Are we alone in the Universe? Why does it hurt when we pee?

You’ll laugh and you’ll learn, but you’ll never look at anything the same, once you enter…
...The Mind Field
'It's all in your head.'


WINNER - 2019 ARIA Award for Best Comedy Release – ‘Organic’

“It’s a joy to spend an hour in his world” β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… The Advertiser

“A must see for anyone who loves a laugh…” ­Adelaide Now

“Excellent stand-up by an exceptional comedian.” β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… Broadway Baby”

Recommended for ages 15+ | 90 mins no interval


Tickets - $49.90 - $54.90*


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Ruccis Circus & Burrinja presents

Burrinja Circus Festival

Winter School Holidays | Burrinja

The Burrinja Circus Festival is back with a jam-packed week of circus fun for the whole family! Kicking of with a FREE Winter Carnival day, shows and a week of circus skills workshops to flip, climb and tumble your way through this school holiday circus plus see students from Ruccis in their annual student productions, spectacular skills in a professional circus show, plus a colourful cabaret evening featuring Ruccis coaches and students, circus industry performers and the most exciting up-and-coming circus stars. Run away with the circus as Burrinja transforms into a bustling big top of circus delights!

Watch this space for more Circus Festival updates

Recommended for all ages

15% off Adult, Concession & Group prices until midnight December 24th, 2023.

Burrinja presents

Inventi Ensemble ~ Inventi Ensemble

Award-winning Australian chamber music

Sat 27 Jul 2.00pm | Burrinja Theatre

Based in Melbourne, Inventi has emerged as a prominent force in Australian chamber music, celebrated for their award-winning performances in prestigious concert halls and festivals nationwide. Their innovative programming and exceptional performance style have garnered a devoted following. In the 2022 season alone, they presented over 80 diverse concerts, solidifying their status as one of Australia's most prolific chamber ensembles. Notably, they received the Melbourne Recital Centre’s Contemporary Masters Award, highlighting their commitment to pushing musical boundaries.

Inventi delivers a captivating and interactive experience, seamlessly blending music, visuals, narration, and other effects for an immersive and dynamic encounter appealing to audiences of all ages.

Recognized for their adept arrangements of large-scale orchestral works and dedication to commissioning and performing new pieces by Australian composers, Inventi's discography continues to expand, with the release of two albums, 'Women of the Earth' and 'Peer Gynt,' both debuting in the Top 20 of the ARIA Charts in November 2020.

Tickets - $19 ~ $29


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Craft Music & One Louder present


Catching Diamonds Tour 2024

With Georgia Mooney

Tue 20 Feb, 2024 @ 7:30PM | RESCHEDULED

Sat 21 Sep, 2024 @ 7:30PM | Burrinja Theatre

The upcoming Burrinja performance of KATE MILLER-HEIDKE - CATCHING DIAMONDS TOUR on Tuesday 20 February, 2024 has been rescheduled for Saturday 21 September, 2024 due to scheduling conflicts.

Current ticket holders please check your email for important information regarding the rescheduling of this show


Kate Miller-Heidke is an award-winning singer-songwriter who traverses the worlds of folk, pop, opera and musical theatre.  She has performed on stages as varied as the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Coachella, the New York Metropolitan Opera, the Eurovision Song Contest, the Sydney Opera House, and the Roebuck Bay Hotel, Broome. 

And now, after long months locked away writing songs, she’s hitting the road to play in dozens of beautiful theatres around Australia.

Kate will be playing her greatest hits and most beloved pop songs, as well as performing tracks from her original musicals ‘Muriel’s Wedding the Musical’ and the new ‘Bananaland’, some unexpected covers, taking requests, and telling stories from across her varied career. Excitingly, she’ll also be debuting new material from her forthcoming 6th studio album, which will dive deep into the genre of ‘gothic folk’.

This is a special opportunity to see Kate in intimate, stripped-back mode, accompanied by her long-term collaborator Keir Nuttall on guitar. 

(The bendy poles from Eurovision will be there emotionally, but not physically).

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Tickets ~ $79.90


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