Dear Members...

Thank you for your participation, for trying new things, seeing shows you may not normally venture to.
This is what ON THE HOUSE is about! It is about experimenting, experiencing and sharing your experiences with others. It is about being curious. It is about going out of the house on a cold night, being inspired by The Arts and being open to what you see on stage or at the movies.
We are interested in your reviews and your honest opinions. We value them immensely.
We continually bring you high profile events. To jog your memory, below are some recent past events...

Miss Burlesque, The Club, Operamania, The Deni Blues & Roots Festival, Soweto Gospel Choir (MRC), The Rape of Lucrece (MTC), The Eifman Ballet, Arrested Development 2012 Tour (USA) through to events from some of our major festivals including the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival, Lavazza Italian Film Festival, Audi German Film Festival, Israeli Film Festival, Melbourne International Arts, Comedy and Film Festivals.

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Tape is a 1999 play by Stephen Belber. You can find out more about TAPE by clicking here.
Performances start from the 3rd of July.
Take this opportunity to see the very interesting unraveling of events in TAPE. $10/ticket!! You really should not miss this one, not just for the price tag - this is good event.Click here to learn more. Don't wait until we are down to 2 tickets. Buy NOW.
These tickets are going to go fast. So, get them whilst you can.. we have a few comps but the best deal is to get yourself a double pass. Small, intimate venue.. we all know Fem needs no introduction Josh Levy is a very talented composer.
Another Day @ Globe Cafe | 6 & 7 JulyLogin and get your tickets NOW!
Slapstick, surreal, sexy, One Trick Pony’s Carousel is a deliciously dark cocktail of highly polished vaudeville, burlesque, circus and dance. Marvel at this daring duo of female acrobats as they perform genre- and gender-defying acts from the golden age of circus, exploring themes of power, lust, and heartbreak…
Your guides on this journey are characters of the old world circus; slapstick irreverent clowns, hyper-masculine strongmen and beautifully bizarre carousel horses.
*Warning - definitely not a conventional juggling act, but much more memorable for it!
(For audiences aged 16+. Full female frontal nudity / adult themes.)Green Room Award Nominee (2012 Innovation and Excellence in Circus)
and you should be laughing for a continuous hour, don't miss some free and harmless laugh out loud medicine..
July 10th features...
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July 16th features…
LUKE MCGREGOR (Best Newcomer MICF 2013)
... and ON THE HOUSE members are brutally honest in their reviews!
Come and enter into Club Voltaire's cosmic womb of delightful decadence and sensual indulgence. A variety of unique, edgy and arty performances including gothic, burlesque and performance art. Each act will have a dark and seductive edge that will keep you on the tips of your toes
An explosive play that took critics and audiences by storm and became a world-wide sensation upon its release, Equus is Peter Shaffer's exploration of the way modern society has destroyed our ability to feel passion. Directed by Chris Baldock - who has a reputation of delivering excellent shows.
... and there is more...

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Music of the Orient: India & China | Boite World Music Cafe - more tickets have been made available. Mindy Meng Wang, guzheng (zither) and Vinod Prasanna, bansuri (flute), cross a cultural divide to work together in a concert that explores the exciting possibilities of new Australian music. Most people will pay $20 to see this show, you pay only $5. Don't miss it!
Go Festival - this is a dream festival - and it is all about women! I am definitely going to see what this is all about...
Please remember: When you book to see a show, print out the confirmation email and take it with you to the box office. This is proof that you have tickets to an event.
Sometimes you will see a show listed on the site and there are no tickets available as soon as the newsletter is sent out. Chances are, these tickets are part of a competition. Read the newsletter and see how you can get your tickets (often, it is so easy to get tickets in our competitions.. all that is required is a small amount of effort!)