All posts tagged: Royal Botanic Gardens

Moonlight Cinema Returns 2018-19

Pack a picnic, gather the loved ones and celebrate the arrival of summer with a cinematic night out under the stars! Moonlight Cinema, presented by NAB, returns in 2018-19 for another blockbuster season of hit flicks. Australia’s favourite and biggest outdoor cinema, Moonlight Cinema returns to stunning inner city parklands in Melbourne this late November. Catch the summer’s biggest blockbusters, new releases, advanced screenings and cult classic films under a starlit cinema screen. Moonlight Cinema brings the festival atmosphere to film-watching. A favourite amongst families, groups of friends and for that special date night, Moonlight Cinema is the quintessential summer experience. It’s more than a movie experience, it’s an opportunity to kick back in the outdoors and relish in the summer vibes. Being a BYO* event, Moonlight makes a night out easy. Prepare a picnic of delicious deli treats, lollies for the little ones or your best bottle of bubbly, you can bring it all to Moonlight!  Don’t have the time to pull together a snack pack for date night? Don’t worry Moonlight Cinema has …

Circus Oz returns back to Melbourne with Precarious

In their 40th year, Circus Oz tumbles back home to Melbourne to premiere their new show, Precarious, under the heated Circus Oz Big Top. Across the winter school holidays the tent will be nestled within the trees of the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria with three weeks of shows from 26 June – 15 July 2018. Inspired by the garden surrounds, Precarious is a 70-minute non-stop spectacle of acrobatic mayhem for audiences of all ages. The Circus Oz ensemble will unearth innovative circus acts to create an exciting three-dimensional world that examines the fragility that exists between humanity and nature. The outstanding skills and talents of the Circus Oz ensemble will include extraordinary foot juggling, jaw-dropping aerial rope and tippy ring, mesmerising roué cyr, Chinese pole and hula hoop – all hilariously woven together with original music from the live Circus Oz band. Circus Oz Artistic Director, Rob Tannion, joins forces with independent director, Kate Fryer, to craft Precarious and create the mayhem that is the ministry of nature – an absurd lo-fi bureaucracy filled with …