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Slide, Skate and Chill: The Common Man, 39 Dukes Walk, South Wharf. Until 31 August. Open and active every day. Enjoy the skating rink and toboggan slide, then relax with a coffee, hot chocolate or cocktail at the Absolute Vodka & Lavazza Coffee Chill Out Zone. Pies, hot dogs, donuts, and a range of dinner and drink specials available at the surrounding restaurants...

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    City Calendar

    Slide, Skate and Chill

    The Common Man, 39 Dukes Walk, South Wharf. Until 31 August. Open and active every day. Enjoy the skating rink and toboggan slide, then relax with a coffee, hot chocolate or cocktail at the Absolute Vodka & Lavazza Coffee Chill Out Zone. Pies, hot dogs, donuts, and a range of dinner and drink specials available at the surrounding restaurants. Date Night Thursdays includes 2 skating passes and 2 cocktails on arrival in $60 couples package. More information and bookings at Common Man or online at www.thecommonman.com.au/skate-slide-chill

    Dialogue in the Dark

    Harbour Town, Docklands, until 31 August. A unique experience of what it is like living with blindness. Be guided in total darkness around a park, an apartment, and some iconic Melbourne sights, but all indoors! Tickets online or at the venue, prices between $19.50 and $43.30. Discounts for RACV members. Sessions run throughout the day, except on Mondays. Phone 1300 411 881 or visit www.dialogueinthedark.com.au for times and details.

    Hokusai Art Exhibition

    National Gallery of Victoria, 21 July 21 until 15 October. Iconic artwork from influential Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. Featuring 176 of the master painter and printmaker's works, including his views of Mt Fuji, waterfalls, Eight Views of the Ryūkyū Islands, birds and flowers, historical poetry, and rare prints and paintings from book illustrations. Voluntary Guide tours on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 1.30pm. Booking not required but exhibition fees apply.

    City Eat & Drinks

    Impossible Occurrences

    Essence on Exhibition, corner Exhibition & Lonsdale Street. Every Friday, two shows, 7.30pm and 9.30pm. Cost $80/person. Luxurious two course meal for two with a complimentary bottle of wine, and magic show by award-winning magician, Luke Hocking.

    Win a package for two at www.impossibleoccurrences.com.au/book-now. 

    For details phone 0407 514 551 or visit www.impossibleoccurrences.com.au. 

    Din Tai Fung Dumpling Journey               

    Din Tai Fung Restaurant, Emporium, 287 Lonsdale Street, Monday 14 August 6pm & 7.30pm. An 18-course Dumpling Journey hosted by famous dumpling specialist, Din Tai Fung. Features eight new flavours, the return of the giant Xiao Long Bao, and classics with a twist. Exciting flavours on offer include peking duck spring rolls, crispy roll with lobster, Hawaiian pizza dumpling, chicken and mushroom jiaozi and more. Cost $48. Book at www.eventbrite.com.au/e/dumpling-journey-14-aug-melbourne-tickets-36540115469.

    Holey Moley Mini-Golf Bar
    590 Little Bourke Street. Open Mon-Fri from noon and Sat-Sun from 10am. New bar, open since April. Features cocktails, karaoke and a 27-hole mini-golf course. Phone 1300 727 833.

    An Uong Eat Drink Vietnam

    378 Bridge Road, Richmond. Open Tuesday to Saturday, Lunch 12-3pm, Dinner 5.30pm till late. Three owners from different regions of Vietnam. Menu and details at www.anuongrichmond.com.au. Phone 9428 6528 for bookings.

    City Shopping

    Queen Victoria Winter Market

    Queen Victoria Market, 513 Elizabeth Street. Every Wednesday evening from 5pm. Exciting lights installation, quirky entertainment, live music, 50 specialty and design stalls and 30 global food traders. For more information please visit www.thenightmarket.com.au.

    The Face Shop

    Shop Lg34, Latrobe Street, Melbourne Central. Open daily 10am-7pm, 9pm Thursdays and Fridays. First stop for those in search of affordable, natural or nature-inspired Korean beauty products. Great for skincare products such as cleansers and masks. 

    City Entertainment

    The Battleship Island

    Chinatown Cinema, L1 Midcity Centre, 200 Bourke Street, Monday August 10. Korean action movie, directed by Ryoo Seung-wan, with cast led by Song Joong-ki from TV series Descendants Of The Sun. It set a record for best opening week in South Korea, clocking up 4 million admissions by its fifth day. Phone 9662 3465 or visit movie.chinatowncinema.com.au.

    Fed Square Live

    Free concerts at The Square & ACMI, Fed Square, Thursdays from 7pm. Thursday 10 August  Melbourne singer-songwriters Ariela Jacobs and Mike Waters. 17 August the Louis King Trio and Emilee South.

    Jesus Christ Superstar

    State Theatre until 13 August. Stunning rock musical based on the last week in the life of Jesus of Nazareth, highlighting his political and personal struggles. A stage hit since its first performance in 1971, performed in Melbourne by award winning stars of Wicked, Les Miserables and other top quality shows. Book by phone on 1300 182 183, or online at www.artscentremelbourne.com.au.

     

     

     

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