Melbourne’s most dynamic and exciting new performance venue, the BRUNSWICK BALLROOM opened in style taking advantage of a weekend of sold-out shows. This week he is preparing to welcome Tim rogers on stage and by organizing concerts as part of the Brunswick Music Festival and on Thursday and Friday evenings he celebrates with the official Brunswick Ballroom Opening Gala hosted by Perfect eddie and Margot Tanjutco.
Wednesday 3rd March bettors will have the first opportunity to enjoy some of Australian rock and roll’s most iconic moments like A FRESH WORLD, a photographic retrospective by David Parker on the music of Melbourne in the 1970s and 1980s is revealed. The BRUNSWICK BALLROOM is delighted to exhibit the work of this multi-award-winning cinematographer, screenwriter, photographer and national treasure David Parker. David was well known as a showbiz photographer in the 1970s and 80s, he shot extensively for various groups, record labels, TV shows, theater, ballet, and film productions, before becoming a successful filmmaker across the country. world, winning multiple awards for his work on the hit Australian film Malcolm which he wrote, produced and was director of photography.
David has now opened his photo vault featuring some of Australia’s greatest musical artists, including AC DC, Olivia newton john, John Farnham, Ross wilson, Skyhooks, Nick cave, as well as international superstars Elton John, ABBA and a vast catalog of his time asCountdownresident photographer of Molly meldrum and prince charles. We are proud to reveal to the public these invaluable pieces of Australian musical history as they hang in the Ballroom Foyer and Brunswick Artists’ Bar.
The Brunswick Ballroom Opening Gala Thursday 4e and Friday 5e March is organized to celebrate the venue and is hosted by Perfect eddie and Margot Tanjutco, realized by Dean bryant with musical direction by Isaac hayward and including the performance of Mama Alto, Bert LaBonte, Jess hitchcock, Flanders ash Vidya Makan, and Jude pearl.
Adding to their excitement the BRUNSWICK BALLROOM the team is delighted to also host some of this year’s best shows Melbourne International Comedy Festival because it welcomes the actors on our stage and the public in our brand new place. MICF returns in 2021, delivering much-needed laughs and good times to the Melburnians and for the first time walking down Sydney Rd to the BRUNSWICK BALLROOM with comedy superstars Tripod and the cult favorite of escape, Australia’s ‘fake real Russian choir’ Dustyesky. Stay with the Russian theme, VulgarGrad’s A unique folk-punk-polka-ska-swing musical interpretation of Russian criminal activity could make them guilty of taking these serious things lightly!
With Jane Clifton Denise Scott, Fiona Scott Norman, Derek Guille, Brian Nankervis, Dave O’Neil and Adam zwar among many others, Pants on fire is a live panel game on stage that started out as a way to stay sane during lockdown and is now exploding live with two teams of well-known showbiz types competing to see who’s the biggest bullshit artist of all.
The critically acclaimed one-woman show Coral Browne’s This F * cking Lady legendary australian actress stars Amanda muggleton based on the life of the legendary Australian stage and screen star, Coral Browne, putting the Grande Dame in the spotlight in its place.
In addition to MICF shows an eclectic lineup continues throughout March and April seeing legends such as Kate Ceberano, Tim rogers, Ross wilson, Underground lovers and David Helfgott don the brand new scene. D’Arcy Spiller, Girlatones and Bitch Diesel will be part of the Brunswick Music Festival which will also include a free concert on Tuesday 9e March by Loretta and her boyfriends at Brunswick Artists Bar located on the ground floor of the new place.
The recently renovated BRUNSWICK BALLROOM is located in the former Metropolis House on Sydney Road, taking the mantle as one of Melbourne’s most eclectic and diverse entertainment and event venues. This extraordinary venue has been redesigned, renovated and renamed and will feature the best of Australian and international music, cabaret and comedy. The venue’s rich history dates back to the 1960s. Once a hat factory, nightclub, wedding center, French restaurant and more recently music venue The Spotted Mallard, this reincarnation offers guests the option of combining a delicious meal with a drink. of wine while enjoying a great show!
The BRUNSWICK BALLROOM, is a fully accessible venue for up to 300 people, combining the best of London’s legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and New York-based Joe’s Pub with the Melbourne icon of the 1990s, the Continental Café, which brings back style to Melbourne’s music scene. At the bottom, a secondary space, the Brunswick Artists Bar a Sydney Road venue, showcasing artwork and acoustic sounds by local artists. With all the charm and atmosphere of a country pub mixed with the furnishings and decor of an elegant, sophisticated yet understated Melbourne bar.
The rebirth of the place is led by the impresario Andrew Kay A M with actor and musician Will Ewing who assumes the role of site manager. They are joined by the Melbourne Hall of Famer music scene Mary mihelakos as Music Booker, Emma Calverley Comedy Producer booking Comedy and theater producer Liza mclean with Tinderbox Productions who organizes the cabaret program. Tori bicknell complements the management team as responsible for food and beverage.