The Clocktower Centre has everything to suit your needs.
Friday, 15 October at 8pm
Prepare to be enchanted by the rich, velvety voice of Australian singer/songwriter Sarah Maclaine, in October’s Club Clocktower online!
Sarah has graced the stages of major jazz venues and TV studios around the country, delighting audiences with her fantastic vocal range and genre versatility.
Friday, 17 September at 8pm
Melbourne’s own Matthew Hadgraft will sing your requests live and entertain you with witty repartee and stories from his experiences touring Australia, performing various roles including most recently; Peter Allen.
With a repertoire encompassing a range of musical genres as well as an ability to improvise his way through any piece, Matt will accommodate any and all requests! This is an intimate FREE online concert for Clocktower patrons and the Moonee Valley community.
Ensemble Volate present Regermination: Songs of Solace and Renewal in the Australian Landscape *Event Cancelled*
Friday, 24 September at 7:30pm
Regermination is a joyful and cathartic dedication to the boundless landscapes and iconic birdlife of Australia where audiences can bathe their ears in a set of lush new works. Six glorious contemporary art songs and a solo piano piece celebrate the deep connection to nature and the restorative, consoling effect it has on the troubled mind.
Wednesday, 21 July at 7pm
With over 100 years of musical tradition to its name, Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School is at the forefront of excellence in musical talent. The Winter Strings Festival is an uplifting and inspiring evening of approximately 150 strings players from Kindergarten to Year 12, presenting an array of diverse pieces and styles.
Saturday, 31 July at 3pm
The Four Seasons is not just well-known: it’s one of the most exciting, colourful and innovative
works from the Baroque era. Each concerto is accompanied by a sonnet, and the hallmarks of
each Italian season, from birdsong in Spring to pesky flies in Summer, are imagined in amazingly vivid musical form.
Thursday, 5 August at 7pm
Friday, 6 August at 7pm
Saturday, 7 August at 2pm
With an infectiously unforgettable score from four-time Grammy winner, three-time Oscar winner and musical theatre giant, Stephen Schwartz, Pippin is the story of one young man’s journey to be extraordinary.
Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. He seeks it in the glories of the battlefield, the temptations of the flesh and the intrigues of political power (after disposing of his father, King Charlemagne the Great). In the end, though, Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavours, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day.
Saturday, 14 August at 6.30pm
Celebrating the valiant efforts and talents of Elevation students and teachers, the annual Mid Year Showcase entertains non-stop with an electric variety show highlighting the ever-evolving world of dance.
Wednesday, 14 July at 7pm – Strings, Vocal & Guitar
Monday, 23 August at 7pm – Bands
Northcote High School Mid-Year Concerts. A celebration of music played by 16 varied and entertaining ensembles
Friday, 9 July at 8pm
Singer, songwriter, comedian and Moonee Valley local Jude Perl will join Club Clocktower with a performance not to be missed.
The multi-talented artist has won three Green Room Awards for Best Original songs for her solo comedy shows, and her latest show “I Have A Face” won Best Cabaret at the Melbourne Fringe Festival, as well as her 4th Green Room Award for Cabaret Artiste.
Monday, 7 June at 7pm
In this special talk for sporting clubs and their players, Martin Heppell will unpack the research on mental health and break it down into simple tips that will support player wellbeing, help to build strong connections and most importantly create a positive club culture.
Friday, 9 July at 2pm
Do your kids love Pete the Sheep? Come and enjoy our one-off children’s workshop where we’ll be exploring the much-loved book in our brand new Children’s Space at the Clocktower Centre.
The workshop will be run by Monkey Baa Productions – the same group that will be running the Pete the Sheep live performance on Saturday, 10 July, the following day!
Friday, 27 August at 8pm
Club Clocktower is inspired by the Clocktower’s newly restored 1898 Bechstein grand piano and will take place one Friday evening per month.
Dolly Diamond is a much-loved personality who is originally from the UK and who has proudly called Australia home since 2009. Dolly has proven herself to be one of the country’s finest comedy cabaret talents, and she’s coming to Club Clocktower in June!
Sunday, 11 July at 3pm
Internationally acclaimed virtuoso violinist Roy Theaker presents a dynamic and entertaining show of rock, movie and classical crossover music that will excite, delight and amuse.
Sunday, 29 August at 7pm
Pole Divas is proud to present their most anticipated annual student competition UNLEASHED! We are so excited to bring Unleashed back to life after a year of no events due to COVID-19 and the national lockdown; so 2021 is going to be bigger and better than ever. It’s going to go OFF! There is no doubt that our students and instructors are bursting to attend our first ‘in person’ Pole Divas event for 2021.
LEGO Exhibition and Make & Take Monday 28 June – Wednesday 30 June, 10am-4pm The exhibition will be run daily between 10am-4pm in the Clocktower Children’s Space, and will feature a range of impressive sculptures constructed from bricks ranging from lifesize to tabletop. There will also be a daily “Make & Take” session at 4pm…
Saturday, 15 May 10am to 2pm
Natural Bodybuilding Australia Oceania Pro Qualifier, A bodybuilding experience unlike any other you’ve seen before.
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Friday, 14 May at 8pm
Club Clocktower is inspired by the Clocktower’s newly restored 1898 Bechstein grand piano and will take place one Friday evening per month. May’s Club Clocktower features Vincent Hooper. Vincent is known for his work in major musicals like ‘Avenue Q’, ‘Heathers’, ‘The Rocky Horror Show’, ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’, to name a few.
Thursday, 6 May at 10am – Niddrie Library
Friday, 14 May at 10.30am – Avondale Heights Library
Tuesday, 18 May at 1pm – Sam Merrifield Library
Tuesday, 18 May at 3pm – Clocktower Centre Children’s Space
Join international children’s entertainers Anthony, Lauren & the Story Surprise band for a morning of music, dancing and stories.
Sunday, 2 May at 2.30pm
Enjoy a stunning afternoon listening to some most loved and well-known chamber music pieces. The Essendon Symphony has branched out this year to explore a range of chamber repertoire and experience music in smaller ensembles. Come and experience the talents of Moonee Valley’s finest musicians perform some of your favourites in a relaxed atmosphere.
• Mozart – Divertimento in D
• Beethoven – Septet opus 20.
• Copland – Appalachian Spring
Saturday, 8 May at 9pm
The quintet will explore and interpret a beloved selection of chansons françaises and jazz standards on this Autumn moody-after dark music session from Serge Gainsbourg’s La Javanaise to Paul Misraki’s L’étang to You Go to My Head by J. Fred Coots.
Friday, 30 July at 7:15pm
Wednesday, 11 August at 7:15pm
Thursday, 12 August at 7:15pm
Friday, 13 August at 7:15pm
Great Stories can open hearts and minds and inspire change. Wakakirri is a Story-Dance festival where schools aim to do just that! Created in 1992 Wakakirri is Australia’s largest national performing arts event for schools. Does your school have a story to tell? It’s time to get involved!
Friday, 8 October at 7pm – Senior Show
Saturday, 9 October at 2pm – Junior Show
Saturday, 9 October at 7pm – Senior Show
LFK Dance presents to you our very first Mid Year Showcase!
After 18 months, our amazing dancers will return to the stage and re-ignite their passion to perform and entertain you.
Thursday, 29 April to Saturday, 1 May
42nd Street is the story of a young woman who chases the bright lights of Broadway, an ageing star who questions the restrictions placed upon her by an industry that worships youth and beauty, and a theatre director who remembers why it is he works in this ridiculously unpredictable profession.
12-14 April from 10am-1pm
Sessile conversations explores five sensory areas, asking “How do Plants see?”, “What is smell like for Plants?”, “Do Plants like to be touched?”, “Do plants move?” and “Do plants remember?”
Sunday, 21 November at 7pm
Step right up and be mesmerized by a quirky dance circus spectacular from Masters of Choreography!
A massive hit with all the kids and with entertainment to engage adults alike, this dance circus is led by our magnificent Ringmaster Royale wearing the flashiest of crowns and is a family treat filled with loads of fun and tricks.
Tuesday 27 July, 4.30pm and 6.30pm
Wednesday 28 July, 10am, 12 noon and 2pm
The continued impact of COVID-19 and the recent lockdown in Victoria has meant that the planned performances of Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show at the Clocktower Centre in July (which we hoped to re-schedule) cannot go ahead.
All bookers will be directly contacted by email or phone to advise on the refund process.
Please note that we will have to speak with you in order to obtain your card details. Automatic refunds are not possible through our system.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
We understand you were just as excited as we were to bring Bluey’s Big Play to you and we share in your disappointment during this difficult and uncertain period. The producers of the play are working hard to make sure everyone can still see the show in the New Year, so keep following us and Bluey’s Big Play on social media or via our enews to see when new dates are made available at the Clocktower.
(Rolling on the Floor Laughing So Hard a Little Bit of Wee Comes Out) The Listies & Critical Stages Touring Production Hilarious, ridiculous fun for your kids that will have the whole family in stitches.Does it have a burpershop quartet?” Yes, yes it does.“Are there 37 bubble machines?” Of course there are.“Does the show feature…
RAISE THE BARRE is the latest exciting commercial dance theatre show by Masters of Choreography. The sister show to the highly acclaimed Beats on Pointe, this extravaganza of ballet, jazz, street dance, breaking and commercial dance will take you on an exhilarating journey of high energy entertainment fused with comedy, freestyle acts and dance theatre….
Celebrate 20 years of the Clocktower Centre with three of Australia’s most talented musical theatre and Cabaret performers, Silvie Paladino, Michael Cormick and Dolly Diamond in a special one night only performance. Silvie and Michael have been close friends for over twenty years, but seldom do we get to see the iconic duo grace the…
Join Karla Hillam and Jonathan Guthrie-Jones for a very special Morning Music event paying tribute to the timeless music by legendary Broadway partnership Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.Featuring songs from the golden age of musicals, including Carousel, The King and I, South Pacific, The Sound of Music and many more.With stunning costumes, extraordinary dancing…