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What’s On This Week / Monday 24th July – Sunday 30th July

July 24, 2017

Our Top Picks

Abbotsford / Brunswick / Carlton / Collingwood / Fitzroy / Parkville / Northcote / North Melbourne

There is so much happening on a daily basis in Melbourne’s inner north it’s often hard to keep track of all the exciting and wonderful events taking place in this glorious region. We here at Inner Circle Magazine are constantly on the look out for new and engaging happenings – be they gigs, comedy shows, art installations, product launches or independent community events – and to help you find the best our region has to offer, we’ve complied a list of our top picks and suggestions of things to do each day this week.

Mon / 24th July / 2017

Granny Bingo with special guests Peter Hitchener & Becky Lou!
The 86, Fitzroy / 7pm

The controversial rockstars of bingo Edith Vale and Maureen McGuillicuddy are back with their monthly bingo night. These two stalled warts of the international bingo circuit are so far right wing; anti-equality, anti-feminist, anti-immigration and anti-personal hygiene, that even their family stopped visiting a long time ago.
Entry is $10 on the door for the whole night.

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Tue / 25th July / 2017

Four Vignettes by Mammad Aidani
La Mama Theatre, Carlton / 7pm

Part of La Mama’s 50th Winter Season, head to the first night of this extravaganza.. All vignettes Written and Directed by Mammad Aidani.

“my writings deal primarily with the paradox and incomprehensibility of the violent world in which we live”
–Mammad Aidani

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Wed / 26th July / 2017

Rock n Roll Trivia at the Phoenix
The Phoenix, Brunswick / 7pm

Join The Phoenix for all things ROCK N ROLL  and prove you are THE rock n roller of the inner north! With a $50 bar tab for the winner, it has to be worth a shout.

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Thur / 27th July / 2017

Slamalamadingdong Double Trouble Slam feat. Pan Afrikan Poets
The Melba Spiegeltent, Collingwood / 7pm

July’s off-season slam, The Double Trouble Slam, gives you the chance to slam in pairs. They’re challenging slammers to produce new group pieces for this one so find a buddy to enter with.
There’s also an exciting group feature from the Pan Afrikan Poets, led by the amazing Sista Zai.

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Fri / 28th July / 2017

Bortier Okoe
Bar 303, Northcote / 8pm

Well-known for his extraordinary musical gifts and exciting innovations as composer, master traditional drummer, multi-instrumentalist and singer, Bortier is a popular and sought after performer, delivers songs in English, and his native Ghanaian languages of Ga, Twi, and Ewe. Bortier Okoe truly is one of Africa’s most inspirational musicians. Born in Ghana, West Africa, Bortier was a child prodigy who spent much of his childhood travelling Ghana with his family in their music and dance performance group, Nyomor Baatsor, and it’s not surprising to learn that he was recognised by the Ghanaian government as a master drummer and cultural ambassador when he was only seventeen years old.
Go and see Bortier and his band at bar 303 this Friday 28th of July!

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Sat / 29th July / 2017

Ivy Lab
RUBIX Warehouse Venue, Brunswick / 9pm

Off the back of a truly memorable sold out performance at The D.O.T. in January, Ivy Lab are back to unleash a whole new arsenal of the most ground-breaking half time & drum & bass at one of the regions best warehouse venues. Not to be missed.

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Sun / 30th July / 2017

The Gertrude Street Projection Festival and The Catfish present Karate Boogaloo
The Catfish, Fitzroy / 6pm

During the 10th anniversary of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival, The Catfish (HUB for the GSPF events) bring us Karate Boogaloo.
Playing free from 6pm in the front bar, stroll down Gertrude St and see the incredible visual art and finish up at the fish for drinks, Sparrow’s Philly Cheesesteaks and free live music!

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Feature Image Credit: Bortier Okoe Facebook

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