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Vos idées de sorties à Melbourne (du 14 au 20 mai)


Chaque semaine, le Courrier Australien vous déniche les meilleurs sorties et événements de la semaine à venir à Melbourne. Festivals, concerts, expositions, cinéma, restos, bars ou balades : plus d’excuses pour rester chez vous !

  • Jusqu’au jeudi 17 mai : Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

imageSpanning documentary, drama, animation and more, the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival’s diverse program of film premières, arts and speaker events will introduce you to incredible people and fascinating places. Kicking off in Melbourne then touring nationally, this entertaining and innovative program seeks to inform, engage, inspire and drive conversation on human rights issues. The festival comprises screenings at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and art exhibitions at various Melbourne CBD galleries. See the event website for more details.

  • Du vendredi 11 au dimanche 20 mai : Good Beer Week

Untitled design (7)Good Beer Week is Australia’s preeminent beer event, one that has inspired smaller imitators interstate and in New Zealand. It is the biggest single platform for local brewers and beer businesses to showcase themselves to a broad audience, and also plays host to the Australian International Beer Awards (AIBAs) and the three-day GABS 2018, Beer, Cider, Food Festival at the Royal Exhibition Building. In 2018, Good Beer Week brings together more than 300 events at 180 venues across ten days from May 11 to 20. These events range from beer and food matching dinners to live music gigs, meet the brewer events and introductory classes for those new to the beer scene. There is something for everyone and every price point, spread across venues around metropolitan Melbourne and wider Victoria. More info here.

  • Vendredi 18 mai : Planetarium Night

Untitled design (1)On Friday nights the Melbourne Planetarium reawakens after hours for adults only with a stellar line-up of fulldome film screenings. Journey through fluorescent coral reefs, marvel at the cosmos, dive into black holes and get ready for an alien invasion in the latest Melbourne Planetarium showcase of films on the dome. There are two screenings a night. The 7.30pm session focuses on astronomy and also features What’s in the Sky Tonight (WITST), a presenter-led tour through the night sky. The 9pm session features a fulldome art film offering an immersive voyage into unseen worlds. So, whether you are into science or art, or both, we’ve got you covered. Schedule and tickets here.

  • Tout la semaine : Rocky Road Festival of Flavours

Untitled designYarra Valley Chocolaterie’s chocolatiers will be giving the classic Aussie Rocky Road treat a makeover throughout May with their annual Rocky Road Festival. Rocky Road temptations will take the form of hand made blocks, bars, truffles, ice creams and desserts using couverture chocolate with seasonal and exotic ingredients. Look out for their three-metre long cabinet of Rocky Road temptations where you can pick and mix from 31 different flavours or seek out limited edition bars and blocks to purchase in the showroom. Sweet tooths will love the special menu of Rocky Road infused desserts, ice creams, sundaes, waffles and Rockin’ Hot Chocolates on offer from the all-day café. Rocky Road devotees will be able to join the Rock Around the Block Classes which kicks off with a Rockin’ Hot Chocolate, samples of six different Rocky Road flavours, a Rocky Road ice cream treat and then the chance to create your very own Rocky Road block to take home. Midweek and Weekend session times are available throughout the Festival, book a session here.

Rocky Road Festival of Flavours will also be celebrated at the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery, more info here.

  • Toute la semaine : Wonderland à l’ACMI

wonderland_acmiL’exposition-événement à ne pas manquer pour tous les amateurs de Lewis Carroll est à Melbourne en première mondiale. Avec les 40 films et 30 œuvres télévisuelles qui ont raconté les aventures de la petite Alice, c’est toute l’histoire du cinéma et des effets spéciaux qui se déroule sous vos yeux. En outre, l’exposition réunit 300 objets rares – dont des livres, costumes, dessins… – et profite de la présence de nombreux conférenciers qui vont interroger l’oeuvre mais aussi la féminité ou le jeu d’acteur. Tous les détails dans notre article ici.

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