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Curtin House Rooftop Bar & Cinema: Curtin House, 252 Swanston St, Melbourne. Experience a Melbourne night at its best, sitting above the rooftops, looking at a star-studded sky, sipping a cool glass with a burger and enjoying your favourite movie.

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    Curtin House Rooftop Bar & Cinema

    Curtin House, 252 Swanston St, Melbourne. Experience a Melbourne night at its best, sitting above the rooftops, looking at a star-studded sky, sipping a cool glass with a burger and enjoying your favourite movie. Featuring The Post, Mean Girls, Pulp Fiction and others. See what's on at 2017.rooftopcinema.com.au. Adults $22, Concession $18, and blankets on hire for $5. Seating starts from 9.00pm and films at 9.30pm. Phone 9654 5394 for information.

    Chinese Fortunes

    Melbourne Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St. CLOSES Sunday 4 March. Exhibition tells the incredible story of thousands of Chinese, who made their way from South Australia to the Victorian gold rush in the 1850s to seek their fortune. Ticket Cost: Adults $14, Free for Members, Concession Holders and Children.

    Priscilla – Queen of the Desert

    Regent Theatre, 191-197 Collins Street. Tuesday to Sunday, various times, until 18 March. Based on the Oscar-winning film, Priscilla is the hilarious adventure of three friends who hop aboard a battered old bus bound for Alice Springs to put on the show of a lifetime. The iconic and glittering hit musical spectacle, featuring a dazzling array of more than 500 award-winning costumes, 200 head-dresses and a nonstop parade of dance-floor classics, returns for its 10th anniversary celebration tour. For bookings and info phone 1300 11 10 11 or visit priscillathemusical.com.au.

    City Eat & Drinks

    Supernormal Restaurant

    180 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. Open every day from 11am to late. Superb Japanese and Asian fusion cuisine, French cooking styles mixed with Asian flavours. Delicacies include kimchi, seafood, dumplings, lobster roll, many more. Banquets and takeaways also available. Menu and bookings at supernormal.net.au or phone 9650 8688.

    Bar Tour of Melbourne

    Saturday 10 March. Bookings close Friday 9 March. Foodi Walking Tours introduces you to the finest drinking spots in town, a variety of bars that have been hand-picked for their atmosphere, unique characteristics and beverages on offer. Try something new and discover interesting venues. Food not included. To book or find out more, visit foodi.com.au/bars-of-melbourne or call 1300 39 40 41.

    City Shopping

    Great Eastern Food

    185 Russell Street, Melbourne. Open Mon to Thurs 10am-10pm, Fri & Sat 10am-11pm. Just off Chinatown, the one-stop shop for noodles, dim-sims, sambal, soy, and other Asian food products. Limited range of sake available. Also is a selection of fresh fruit and vegetables. Phone 9663 3716 for enquiries.

    Rocksteady Records

    Level 1, Mitchell House 358 Lonsdale Street. Open Tues-Thurs 9.30am-6pm, Fri 9.30am-7pm, Sat 9.30am-5pm. The proprietor of this excellent record shop has been selling records for more 30 years. Mostly new stock from both Australian and international distributors, with new stock coming in every day. Funk, soul, rock, jazz, hip-hop, reggae and indie records, including plenty of local acts. Also some turntables, books, prints and CDs. Visit rocksteadyrecords.com.au or call 1800 760 070.

    City Entertainment

    Moonlight Cinema

    Royal Botanic Gardens, 100 Birdwood Avenue, Melbourne. Tue-Sun 7pm-11pm. Enter via Gate D on Domain Rd. Socialise and picnic on the beautiful Central Lawn in the Royal Botanic Gardens, then watch the latest films and previews on the big screen. Major films coming up include Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, Wonder Woman and I, Tonya. All ages welcome, wheelchair accessible. BYO and licensed. Tickets $19, concession $16.50, child/senior $14.50, family pass $50. Full program and bookings at www.moonlight.com.au.

    FM Karaoke Bar

    146 Bourke Street, Melbourne. Open Sun-Thu 7pm-1am & Fri-Sat: 6pm-3am. Open karaoke and casual drinks in modern ground floor bar, and eight private karaoke rooms upstairs. Songs are updated daily in English, Korean, Chinese and Japanese. Great venue for a hen’s night or other special party. All payment types accepted. Phone 9663 0013 or visit www.fmkaraoke.com.au.

    Jazz Brew Cafe

    Library at the Docks in Docklands, Friday 9 March 4pm. Free event. Guitarist Cristian Barbieri reveals his considerable skills, from the subtle nuances of jazz to the grooves of R&B. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon, grab some light refreshments and listen to the music. The Jazz Brew Cafe is a monthly event on the second Friday every month until June. Phone 9658 9161for details.

    Editor's Pick

    Lantern Festival at Queen Vic

    Queen Victoria Market, Cnr Elizabeth & Victoria Streets. Sat 3 March 9am–3pm & Sun 4 Mar 9am–4pm. Lantern Festival marks the 15th day of the first month of the Lunar Calendar, the end of the Asian New Year period. Cultural performances, family friendly activities, cooking workshops and demonstrations, stalls and entertainment. Free for all. For information please ring 9320 5822, email info@qvm.com.au, or visit qvm.com.au.

    Brunswick Music Festival

    Sunday 4 March to Sunday 18 March. A huge selection of diverse and exciting concerts at Brunswick's many famous music venues, featuring both local and international artists. Begins with the Sydney Road Street Party on Sunday 4 March 12 noon to 7pm. Program, full details and bookings at www.brunswickmusicfestival.com.au.

    Emporium Melbourne

    287 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Open 10am to 7pm daily, 10am to 9pm Thursdays. Celebrating Year of the Dog, a collection of limited edition Diesel garments is available in-store now. Brooks Brothers ties and dog knits, Enamel Dog Year cufflinks by Declic, many more treasured items for great value. Free Zodiac Pendant worth $79.95 when you spend $300 or more on the Royal Selangor Oriental collections. On Friday 2 March 5pm-8pm visit the “Find Your Fortune” pagoda on Ground Floor and match the animal of the year you were born to reveal your zodiac fortune. Hundreds of gift cards and prizes to be won.

    Editorial

    Finish Your Summer In High Fashion

    Melbourne is bringing summer to an end and ushering in the autumn with a Fashion Festival lasting nearly three weeks, from 1 March to 18 March.

    The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival is an annual celebration of fashion, arts, ideas and creative production for everyone to enjoy. The Festival presents the country’s largest consumer fashion event, including world-class runway shows featuring Australia’s established and emerging designers, state-of-the-art production, beauty workshops, retail events, industry seminars, forums, live entertainment and much more.

    The daily runway events begin on Monday 5 March with David Jones, supported by Vogue Australia, and continue for the rest of the festival. Each runway event showcases different designers and fashion themes, and are ticketed events. Booking is recommended, as these events can sell out very quickly.

    You can hear great fashion ideas discussed at one of the many forums and talks on the program. They include business seminars, retail strategies, social media and photography, among many other topics. Ticket prices vary for these events.

    Fashion on Film is celebrated with a collection of fashion documentaries, including shoemaker Manolo Blahnik and designer Yves Saint Laurent, along with panel discussions.

    Many exhibitions have been curated to coincide with the festival. The Jewish Museum, at 26 Alma Road, St Kilda, is hosting an intimate exhibition of the inner world of soul singer Amy Winehouse, who tragically died young in 2011. Her family has given the Jewish Museum access to many of Amy’s belongings.

    Digital Mana, a project by Maori-Australian photographer and weaver Kirsten Lyttle, looks at the use of digital media to express cultural art which traditionally uses plants and other materials. Her ideas are inspiring for anyone working across cultures, or between ancient and modern culture.

    Guo Pei is a Chinese fashion designer, based in Beijing, well-known for designing dresses for Chinese celebrities, and a trailing yellow gown for singer Rihanna. Influenced mainly by traditional Chinese imperial court design, using silk, fur and embroidery, she was inspired to create her Legend series by a visit to Swiss haute couture fabric manufacturer Jakob Schlaepfer.

    The fashion festival does not overlook dining and fine wine. The place to go for that is the Plaza at the Royal Exhibition Building, at 9 Nicholson Street, Carlton.

    There you will find much to choose from. For the first time, Mr Miyagi's is presenting five half-hour mini gourmet experiences daily, hand delivered by one of their experienced chefs, who will explain the ingredients, the preparation and the history of their cooking techniques.

    If you just want to relax, try out the Chandon S Bar, the 6ft6 Wine Garden, or Japanese elegance, stunning greenery, and ice cold beer at the Asahi Festival Bar.

    If you think the above is a lot to think about, visit the Festival's website at vamff.com.au and see the whole program.

    Liu W

     

     

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