Melbourne Night Noodle Markets
The Night Noodle Markets are back, with all the sights, sounds and smells
of an Asian hawker market plus the buzz, hype and vibe of a huge outdoor
This event sees the return of some of your favourites: Wonderbao and Hoy
Pinoy, as well as West of Kin and desserts from Gelato Messina and Black
Star Pastry x N2 Extreme Gelato. The Night Noodle Market dragon
dancers illuminate the crowd in a sea of acrobatics, dance and lights. Relax
in the fun seating areas and get up close and personal with the schedule of
chef appearances, or dance the night away to live DJs and music. Times and
other details at
Melbourne Night Noodle Market.
White Hat Tour of Melbourne Cemetery
Melbourne Cemetery is an ideal introduction to Melbourne's history - particularly with the entertaining and informative guide from White Hat. The final resting place of many famous Australians including Peter Lalor, judge Redmond Barry, Sir Robert Menzies, John Gorton, Marcus Clarke, Burke & Wills, Sir Isaac Isaacs, Walter Lindrum and many more. As chosen and recommended by the Qantas In Flight
magazine in May 2007. More information on the cemetery tour >>.
Free Guided Tour of Fitzroy Gardens
A free one hour guided walking tour through this formal garden highlighting
its rich history. Bookings are not required. The tour leaves from the
Information Centre in the gardens.
The Book of Mormon
From South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q
co-creator Robert Lopez, it’s The
Book of Mormon, winner of nine Tony Awards® including Best
The Book of Mormon made its world premiere in
March 2011 at Broadway's Eugene O'Neil Theater. The London production opened
in February 2013 at the Prince of Wales Theatre. The show has set house
records at 27 theatres around the US, and broken the house record at New
York's Eugene O'Neill Theatre more than 50 times. The London production
broke box office records for the highest single day of sales in West End
White Hat can thoroughly recommend The Book of Mormon
as one of the best and most entertaining musical productions to be seen in
Melbourne for quite some time
Hokusai is the first major presentation in
Australia of one of Japan’s most influential, prolific and everlastingly
popular artists, Katsushika Hokusai (1760 – 1849). An influential master of
Japanese manga and a self-proclaimed ‘drawing maniac’, Hokusai produced a
body of work comprising some of the most recognisable and reproduced images
in the history of Asian art, most notably ‘The great wave’.
Spanning the artist’s entire career, Hokusai includes
more than 170 works by the artist, comprising woodblock prints, rare
paintings on silk never-before-seen in Australia and hand-printed manga
Produced in a landmark international collaboration between the NGV and
the Japan Ukiyo-e Museum (JUM), which houses the world’s largest and oldest
collection of traditional Japanese woodblock prints, the exhibition includes
the complete sets of Hokusai’s five career-defining series – all produced by
the artist during his seventies and rarely on display in their totality –
including Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, 1830–34, which features
his iconic work The great wave off Kanagawa, c. 1830.
The exhibition also features all fifteen editions of The Hokusai Manga,
the artist’s irreverent homage to Japanese humorous illustrations, which had
an indelible impact on the development of contemporary manga in Japan and
positioned Hokusai as a pioneer of the popular form.
White Night Melbourne
White Night Melbourne uses installations, lighting, exhibitions, street
performances, film, music, dance and interactive events in a 12 hour
overnight event that transforms the city into a wonderland.
Twilight Jazz at Cruden Farm
For White Hat, the Twilight Jazz at Cruden Farm is one of the special
events of the year. We strongly recommend you gather the family together and
get down to one of the most special gardens in Australia as there is only
one chance a year for the general public to experience it at the special
time of twilight.