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The Substation is one of Melbourne's few truly multi-arts venues and features a 260-seat performance space, rehearsal studio and the western suburb's largest gallery space.
Sunday 1 December
The Substation celebrates the beginning of summer and the end of Big West Festival with a FREE community event. Head on down to Market Day and check out our first-ever Substation Farmers' Market, brought to you by Melbourne Farmers' Markets - Melbourne's biggest and best farmers' market organisers.
Sunday 1 December, 9am - 4pm
27 – 30 November
Raw performance and an epic text combine to create an extraordinary journey. Set in a brutal world, a lost dog’s adventures expose him to the best and worst of humanity. A heightened work of physical theatre, the play exceeds the boundaries of contemporary spoken word in a bold, moving tale, a profound eulogy to the Innocent.
Wednesday 27 November – Friday 29 November, 7pm
Richard Giblett Ceylon Huts (detail), 2012, Acrylic paint on photograph Dimensions variable Courtesy of the artist and Murray White Room, Melbourne
Opening Thursday 21st November, 6-8pm
Curated by Michael Brennan and Aaron Martin
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Friday 6 December
After a sell out run of nine months in Manhattan, Stewart D’Arrietta presents his acclaimed cabaret celebrating the music of Tom Waits. Described by the New York Times as “Rock-solid emotion” and “Electrifying” by Variety, Belly of a Drunken Piano takes the audience on a vaudevillian journey through the songs and meanderings of the great Tom Waits from his first album Closing Time through to his most recent Orphans, Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards.
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