Midsumma Comes to Brimbank

The Midsumma Festival is coming to Brimbank from 19 January to 9 February 2020.

The festival program draws together the wonderful array of events taking place in Melbourne’s west as part of Midsumma Westside and celebrates our diverse LGBTIQA+ community.

Events in Brimbank:

What Remains’
Exhibition 19 January – 9 February, check website for opening times
Celebration 6 February
, 6-7.30pm
Sunshine Art Spaces Gallery, 2 City Place, Sunshine
No charge

Photography exhibition by Laura Rouhan invites viewers to reflect on how we relate to space. In creating these images, the artist illustrates their connection to space, as it relates to their depression, anxiety, queerness, identity and intersections of belonging.

‘Postcards from the Edge’
Exhibition 20 January – 8 February
, Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-12noon
The Bowery Theatre, 33 Princess Street, St Albans
No charge
Contains nudity

Postcards from the Edge is a story about two small town boys surviving against the odds. The images tell the tale of two lost boys from opposite sides of a sunburnt land looking for that rare kindred bird of a feather to fly together.

Exhibition Launch and Celebration / performance 31 January
Doors open 6pm, performance 6.45pm
The Bowery Theatre, 33 Princess Street, St Albans
No charge

As part of the celebration, we’re launching our first exhibition of the decade, ‘Postcards from the Edge’ by contemporary visual and performance artists, The Huxleys. The evening includes a special performance component, great music, refreshments, some Bowery-inspired performance art and more.

‘That Time Everything Went Well and We Were Totally Fine’
7 February
, 8-9pm
The Bowery Theatre, 33 Princess Street, St Albans
Tickets: Full $28, Concession $22
Bookings: Visit bowerystacc.com.au/events/
Cabaret / Comedy, contains coarse language, smoking on stage

Presented by The Bowery Theatre's Be Bold Residency Program and Wit Incorporated. A hilariously-dark brand-new sketch comedy with all the comedic aplomb of French & Saunders, The Mighty Boosh and Monty Python (but with 50 per cent more queers).

For more information visit bowerystacc.com.au or call 9249 4600.