Event calendar

Melbourne is full of literary activity with something happening every night of the week. Explore the calendar below, use the category tags to focus in on what you like or use our search box to zero in on your interests.

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Melbourne Book Club

3 August 2021
City of Melbourne Libraries
We love Melbourne. Every month we read and discuss a book about our fabulous city.
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The Darkening Sky

4 August 2021 to 14 August 2021
TheatreWorks
Richard Murphet

THE DARKENING SKY is a contemporary neo-noir thriller set in the inner suburbs of Melbourne and spanning...

State Council Meeting (7 Aug 2021)

7 August 2021
School Library Association of Victoria

SLAV State Council meetings in 2021 will be held at the Abbotsford Convent or online as decided by the...

SLAV Online Book Club (11 Aug 2021)

11 August 2021
School Library Association of Victoria

Book Club

2021

Get writing! Online

14 August 2021
City of Melbourne Libraries
11am to midday on the second Saturday of the month
 

Love your Bookshop Day

14 August 2021
Australian Booksellers Association

Love Your Bookshop Day will be held on Saturday 14 August 2021.

North Melbourne Book Club

16 August 2021
City of Melbourne Libraries
Looking for a book club that will broaden your reading horizons?
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Animal Farm

17 August 2021 to 29 August 2021
TheatreWorks
James Jackson & Elizabeth Brennan

Why do we to suffer? 

There is only one answer: MAN. 

We are being robbed of everything. 

Nature illustrated

18 August 2021
State Library Victoria
State Library Victoria and National Science Week.

Natural history illustrations have helped communities worldwide to document biodiversity, track changes in...