Good Beer Week is one of those beautiful opportunities that Melbourne throws at you to indulge, to step right up to some challenging flavours and come out the other side with a story of your own.Read More
MICF attracts over 770,000 patrons annually and many comedy superstars of the likes of Russell Howard, Judith Lucy, Wil Anderson, Ross Noble, Hannah Gadsby, Dave Hughes, Jason Byrne and Ruby Wax return at least every second year. The Festival is also a crucible for break out acts and many a devotee can recall the beginnings of a well-known comedian.
While the Comedy Festival runs for nearly a month the CBD is quite full each evening and finding a place to eat or drink either side of an show, let alone a place that matches the act that you are seeing, can be difficult. Planning and booking ahead can make or break your night.
Never fear, Melburnian Guide to has you covered. We give you our pick of the MICF acts and their paired restaurants and bars. Enjoy your Comedy Festival, we wish you delicious quips and tasty bites!Read More
Melbourne is mad for outdoor cinema in the summer and it has reached its zenith over the 2016/17 season with no fewer than 9 at last count. I have to say I'm mad for them too, I love spending an evening under the stars watching old and new favourites. The Common Man is hosting a pop-up cinema at South Wharf, paired with a glass of Lillet to ward off the Yarra chill.Read More