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45 Flinders Lane
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
03 9662 9966

March 2019

World Problems

Emma Mary Hall
13 March - 24 March

A funny and experimental depiction of our monolithic, interconnected world, created by multi-award-winning artist Emma Mary Hall.

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April 2019

From Hungary: Tanchaz Music

The Boite
8 April

Catch the excitement of the pulsing melodies that inspired musicians and composers from Brahms and Bartok, to the present day, with an ensemble of musicians touring from Hungary.

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Liszt’s Italian Pilgrimage

Tristan Lee
11 April

A rare opportunity to hear Liszt's cycle in its entirety, pianist Tristan Lee takes us through the composer's Italian pilgrimage.

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Collide ‘hors d’oeuvre’

Yelian He, Yasmin Rowe & Joseph Lallo
16 April

Collide return to fortyfivedownstairs with an exciting new program of arrangements for cello, piano and saxophone.

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May 2019

Mr Burns, a post-electric play | RETURN SEASON

Lightning Jar Theatre
2 May - 19 May

After a completely sold-out season, Lightning Jar Theatre is thrilled to announce the return of Mr. Burns, a post-electric play for those who missed out first time around!

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SHIT by Patricia Cornelius

29 May - 9 June

SHIT, winner of four Green Room Awards, returns to fortyfivedownstairs after a sold-out season in 2016.

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June 2019

Travesties by Tom Stoppard

Bloomsday in Melbourne
12 June - 23 June

Bloomsday in Melbourne return to fortyfivedownstairs to celebrate everything James Joyce.

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July 2019

Krapp’s Last Tape by Samuel Beckett

Max Gillies
2 July - 14 July

After a critically acclaimed season in 2018, Max Gillies returns to fortyfivedownstairs in Beckett's remarkable duet for solo performer and tape recorder.

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A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf

Peta Hanrahan
17 July - 28 July

Following a sold-out premiere season, Sentient Theatre's 'A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf' returns, shining a light on our history with astounding relevance to contemporary society.

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