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fri06nov8:00 pmCancelledA Migrant's Son8:00 pm AEST Clocktower Centre, 750 Mt Alexander Rd, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039Event Type :Music and Dance

Before the show


Clocktower Café

Coffees, slices, cakes and sandwiches are available, with a comfortable area to catch up with colleagues or friends.  The café is also home to the Clocktower Gallery, which features a changing selection of exhibitions.

Theatre Bar and Kiosk

Our Theatre Bar and Kiosk is open one hour prior to performances and during any intervals. The Theatre Bar and Kiosk serves a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and light snacks.


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The Clocktower Centre

Halloween Tales from the Clocktower is nearly here! 👻

Tune into our Facebook page from 3pm on the 31 October to enjoy a shadow puppet film created by the award winning Salt & Poppet Theatre.

This spooky tale is based on a story submitted by local resident Ben, and is a bit of scary fun for the whole family to enjoy.

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#FlashbackFriday ⏳

When Field-Marshal Montgomery made a grand tour in July 1947 to celebrate the end of World War II his first official stop in Victoria was at the Essendon Town Hall to address the crowds and broadcast live. His address was interrupted by 14 year old Essendon telegraph messenger boy Brian Burt delivering two telegrams to him. Were you there or did you know Brian? 🚴‍♂️

📸 - The Clocktower archives
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What have you been doing to keep your spirits up during lockdown? 👻 Head over to the Valley Youth website and let them know to get your own spooky face mask! ... See MoreSee Less

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#FlashbackFriday ⏳

In 1890 to celebrate the Proclamation of the Town of Essendon, medals were presented to the local school children and depicts the Essendon Town Hall on one side and Queen Victoria on the other. The central tower shown on the medal is the only part still standing at the Clocktower Centre.

📸 Photographer: Jennifer McNair, Museums Victoria: collections.museumsvictoria.com.au/items/1098799
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