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Heading back to the ol' daily grind can be pretty damn awful after a bright and shiny weekend of picnicking, bar hopping and patting dogs that aren't yours, but luckily Melbourne's a 'keep the ball rolling' kinda city and has plenty of events, exhibitions, theatre, film festivals and live music for you to inject a little awesomeness into your week. Sure, use Monday for Netflix. Then get out there and sink your teeth into Sydney's best happenings this week.
Summer tunes, art and sensory dining experiences.
Melburnians can finally get in on the crass magnum opus from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
Hang out with your favourite animals after-hours.
A post-midnight three-course feast.
The UK indie rock legend will be backed by a ten-piece band.
Natalie Portman astounds in this captivating biographical drama.
After-hours cocktails at the State Library with 3RRR.
Celebrating 30 years of queer arts and culture.
The Canadian troupe comes back to Australia for another enchanting performance.
Take a road trip to a town full of beer.
La la la la la.
Plant a digital tree at the NGV and La Trobe University may plant a real one on its grounds.
This star-powered sci-fi drama is both generic and vaguely creepy.
A new two-month festival from the team behind Shadow Electric.
A tribute to a missed member of the Melbourne music scene.
The Thursday evening market returns for the summer.
A very watery summer exhibition from three contemporary photographers.
Because the City of Yarra deserves food truck deliciousness too.
Over-produced and devoid of tension, Assassin's Creed ignores all the things that made its source material great.
This toe-tapping Oscar contender soars with emotion.
A major new Asian arts festival for Melbourne.
A brand new all year-round rooftop drive-in cinema.
Food trucks by the beach.
An inspiring true story about love, politics and quiet determination.
Featuring 200 contemporary artworks by 118 Indigenous Australian women.
The latest in a long line of Disney princess movies boasts a strong, capable heroine and fantastic music to match.
The first in a long list of upcoming Star Wars spinoffs is packed with nostalgia and explosive action.
A new cheap (and charitable) outdoor cinema for Brunswick.
A summertime market by the beach every Thursday night.
A gentle, contemplative drama from master filmmaker Jim Jarmusch.
Hawthorn's rooftop outdoor cinema returns.
Part domestic drama, part wartime spy thriller, Allied is solid but never really inspires.
The barbecue masters are heading down the Peninsula for summer.
Another awesome outdoor film program for the summer.
Time for another year of balmy Wednesday nights at the Queen Vic Market.
An immersive filmic retrospective of the French filmmaker's work.
Another reason to spend your evenings outdoors for the next few months.
A weekly degustation dedicated to dessert.
Melbourne CBD's deckchair outdoor cinema.
Have an after-hours adventure at the art gallery.
Puppies, patronuses and popcorn under the stars.
Explore an exhibition that ventures beyond the canvas — to the wall, to the screen and even to your phone.
The NGV's 2016 Architecture Commission is a dreamy pink car wash-inspired playground.
Prepare for your entertainment budget to drop significantly, C/O MPavilion.