We may be reaching the pointy end of our 2018 Festival but there's still plenty of things to see, do and be part of before we wrap it all up.
It doesn't matter if you're in to theatre, dance, music or would just like a day at the Yarra Valley.
We have you covered.
Witness dance perfection with the latest masterpiece from iconic choreographer William Forsythe — performing on Friday and Saturday nights this weekend.
But don't just take our word for it:
★★★★★ "A rare and relevatory evening" — THE GUARDIAN
★★★★★ "A richly satisfying progamme" — FINANCIAL TIMES
★★★★½ "For a lesson in the possibilities of the human form... there can be no better example" — THE AGE
Be engulfed in this mesmerising, mulit-national collaboration that brings together the exquisite sounds of the ancient Chinese guqin instrument with the hallucinatory movements of Beijing Dance Theatre & Dancenorth performers. One Infinity is leaving audiences spellbound.
★★★★★ "A collaboration of staggering ambition, realised with a level of finesse that makes it a privilege to experience." — THE MUSIC
Be entertained, be amazed and feel the magic of the circus with Lexicon's 250th birthday celebration of the form.
Great for families, perfect for date nights and excellent for anyone just looking for a fun evening out.
As The Age put it "you'd have to be a real curmudgeon to have a bad time".
Take the family on an adventure with the world premiere season A Ghost in My Suitcase—a stage adaptation of the award-winning children's novel.
Part coming of age story and part ghost-hunting tale the production comes from leader's in children's theare, Barking Gecko.
★★★★½ "Superb family theatre – a stylish, big-hearted and vibrant adaptation of a much-loved children's book" — THE AGE
Take an hour out of your day to experience this deeply moving and humanising tale about two refugee boys, told in an utterly unique way.
There's sessions every 45 mins, starting from 2PM each day of the weekend.
Spend Sunday afternoon at the new MPavilion grooving to Victoria's extraordinarily diverse range of multicultural artists.
With muscians tapping musical energies from Congolese, Oromo and Cuban cultures this is the perfect high-note to finsih the Festival on.
Find out what awaits on the otherside in this maze of haunting and evocative rooms, hallways, stairwells and spaces.
Join us for a day of mindbending performances and exhibition activations at the beautiful surroundings of the TarraWarra Museum of Art in the Yarra Valley.