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 compiled a list of our top picks and suggestions of things to do each day this week.
Looking for something to do this Halloween? Check out our What’s On Halloween Special
Mon / 30th October / 2017
Melbourne National Swap Day
Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy / 6pm – 7:30pm
Join The Clothing Exchange Team for the seventh annual National Swap Day and to commemorate the day, The Clothing Exchange are hosting simultaneous clothing swaps in Melbourne and Sydney on Monday 30th October. Bring up to six items of clothing. Check in starts at 6:00pm to 6:45pm, swapping starts at 6:45pm. They also have some very exciting door prizes up for grabs! Tickets are $25 – if you buy a ticket online you can even bring a friend for free!
Andrea Keller’s Five Below
The Jazzlab, Brunswick / 8pm – 11pm
Award winning jazz pianist Andrea Keller together with Stephen Magnusson (guitar), Sam Anning (double bass), Mick Meagher (electric bass) & James McLean (drums) will be performing at The Jazzlab every Monday.
Look out for Issue 9 of Inner Circle Magazine where we have Andrea Keller discussing the allure of jazz.
Tue / 31st October / 2017
Toxic and Terminal Seminar
Environmental Justice Australia, Carlton / 6:00pm – 7:30pm (arrive 5:45pm)
A public seminar on the health impacts and regulation of pollution from Australian coal-fired power stations. This seminar brings legal, medical and regulatory experts together to discuss the findings of Environmental Justice Australia’s recent report, Toxic and Terminal, which found that stronger regulation is critical to reducing the toxic burden of power station pollution on Australian communities.
Speakers: Nicola Rivers, Director of Advocacy and Research, Environmental Justice Australia, Tim Eaton, Executive Director, Knowledge, Standards and Assessments, Environment Protection Authority and Associate Professor Louis Irving, Respiratory Physician, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. RSVP: envirojustice.org.au/
Wed / 1st November / 2017
Vegan Vegout and Vegan Speed-Dating for World Vegan Day
Welcome To Thornbury, Northcote / 5pm – 10pm
Head to Welcome To Thornbury for World Vegan Day celebrations. Vegout by checking out Melbourne’s favourite vegan food trucks and stalls (5pm-10pm/free entry).
If that’s not enough, vegans aged 20-35 can enjoy a fun evening speed dating 20 super snappy dates (7pm – 10pm/$25+bf).
Thur / 2nd November / 2017
Collingwood Cold Brew Throwdown!
Aunty Peg’s, Collingwood / 6pm-9pm
Head to Aunty Peg’s – Proud Mary Coffee Roasters for a night of beers, banter, and cold brews. The 2017 Cold Brew Throwdown is an industry event where Brewers, Barista’s, Roaster and Coffee Enthusists can come together and sample some cold brew, share coffee stories and compete against peers for title! Free Entry for the public / $15.00 Registration fee for competitors (to compete send your interest to email@example.com
Fri / 3rd November / 2017
Shamanic Drone – A Sound Journey w/Christian Dimarco
Nth Yoga, Brunswick / 7:30pm-9:30pm
Immerse yourself in the organic sounds and vibrations of Shamanic Drone full moon edition, a sound journey harnessing the vibrations of the ancient Didjeridu, native flutes, vocal overtones, and singing bowls.
Sat / 4th November / 2017
Introvert November ’17 Aus Tour
The Workers Club, Fitzroy / 8pm – 12am
Tickets are on sale now to see Introvert on their headline tour around the country and they will be supported by Clove, Bad Juju and Stranger ! Touted by Triple J as one of their artists to watch in 2017, the band has delivered on that and then some! Touring with the likes of Balance and Composure (USA), Hellions, Birds Of Tokyo, AFI (USA) and Basement (UK) along with appearances at Groovin The Moo & BIGSOUND Festival, the 4 piece from Newcastle have been creating waves locally and also internationally. Their incredibly raw, powerful and emotional live performances even had Rolling Stone exclaiming that they were one of the top acts from BIGSOUND Festival this year. (18+ and tickets cost $17.85)
Sun / 5th November / 2017
Sunday Funday: Stoned to Death, Commissioner Bourbon & Kat O Army
The Retreat Hotel, Brunswick / 7pm – 10pm
As a lead up to the last ever Nevermind the Warp’d Tour Festival being held at the Retreat Saturday Dec 2, each Sunday in November will be used to showcase one band that will be playing the festival and 2 bands that would have been playing if there was more room. Beginning on November 5, every Sunday the front bar of the Retreat will play host to 3 of Melbourne’s finest punk bands. For the first Sunday Funday’s, they are hosting Stoned To Death, The Kat O Army and Commissioner Bourbon. $12 Jugs, $10 roast and gravy rolls and 3 awesome punk bands!
Feature Image Credit: Andrea Keller’s Five Below Facebook Event Page