Conveniently located at what’s known as the Paris End of the CBD, Le Garage Flinders Street parking is within close walking distance to the city’s four major theatres.
By this time of the year, Melbourne is fully immersed in the theatre season. With major productions making their way to Australia from all over the world, we’re spoilt for choice!
This week, we take a look at what’s coming up at The Forum, Princess, Regent and Her Majesty’s theatres.
Forum Theatre parking is made easy thanks to Le Garage!
British singer, songwriter, and producer Sampha makes his way to Melbourne for the very first time!
Originally scheduled for the Croxton Bandroom in Thornbury, extreme demand forced event organisers to move both late-May shows to the Forum.
His second Melbourne show on Thursday 30th May is already sold out, so you better be quick to snap up tickets to his show on Monday 29th!
The talented Brit has lent his musical skill to world-famous artists including Frank Ocean, Drake, and Kanye West.
Get your tickets today from ticketmaster!
Canadian electro-pop band Crystal Castles are comfortable on the stage. From musical festivals including Coachella in 2009 to tours across the US, Europe, Japan, and Australia, the Toronto natives are in the midst of the Australasian leg of their tour.
Before reaching our shores, they’ve visited Japan, South Korea, and Singapore. During May, they reach Auckland and Sydney, and by 1st June, it’s Melbourne’s turn!
This is their only Melbourne show so if you’ve been eyeing it off, you don’t have much time to get your tickets. Perth natives Crooked Colours will be joining them as special guests. Head to ticketmaster to get your tickets.
Smith Street Band
Did you know that these local boys named their band after the street in Collingwood that runs from Victoria to Queens Parades? The four-piece rock band has released two EPs and four studio albums.
Fresh from performing at Groovin the Moo in Perth, before venturing to Tasmania and Queensland, The Smith Street Band will reach Melbourne in early June.
Melburnians will be treated to two shows On Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd June. But you better be quick. The 3rd June show has already sold out, while the Friday 2nd show is selling fast.
Following the rest of their Australian tour, the boys then pack up and head to Europe before returning to Australia to perform at Splendour in the Grass in Byron Bay at the end of July.
Forum Theatre parking
The Forum Theatre is located literally steps from Le Garage’s Flinders Street exit, so why would you park anywhere else?
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The Book of Mormon
This multiple Tony-award winner has set tongues wagging all over the world, and now, it’s Australia’s turn. Housed at the Princess Theatre since January, new and final tickets have recently been announced, extending the show’s run until the end of July.
The story follows Mormon missionaries sent to Africa to share, you guessed it, the Book of Mormon.
The crude and rude show is certainly not suitable for children (and, if we’re being honest, those who are easily offended!) Expect a lot of bad language but a whole lot more laughter from this show written by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
Search for dates and tickets online now.
We’ve only made it halfway through the list of theatres in Melbourne, so keep your eyes peeled for part two, where we’ll share some of favourite pre-show restaurants and well as information on My Fair Lady at the Regent and Aladdin at Her Majesty’s Theatre!
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