Being tied to your laptop screen on weekdays can be tough especially when the weather is telling—or tempting—you to head out and enjoy the warm breezy air of spring.
So grab a mask and take a short walk, and if you're done being outdoors, check out five things you can do inside your home.
Hi Noon Thai Cafe | Leonard’s House of Love
Leonard’s House of Love's head chef, Prakasit Sammasit, is commandeering the kitchen once again this Wednesday with a Thai menu available from 5pm, called Hi Noon Thai Cafe. Last week, the menu sold out via pre-orders, so best plan ahead for your mid-week feast if you want to get in on this one.
Big Night In
Following the first season’s success, Art Centre Melbourne’s Big Night In is back to connect you and your favourite musicians. With a brand-new line-up, the new episode will air every Wednesday at 7pm through Youtube or Facebook. On its second episode, join John Foreman and the beautiful performances of Harrison Craig and Greta Bradman as well as Guy Grossi and the Aussie Pops Orchestra.
Get comfy and join Sea Shepherd, in collaboration with Fed Square’s Sustainable September, in the free online screening of Watson. This documentary follows Sea Shepherd Founder Captain Paul Watson in his one man’s journey to protect marine life, complete with its dramatic and dangerous encounters along the way. The show airs at 7pm this Monday 14 September followed by a Facebook live Q&A session with Captain Paul himself post-screening.
More information here.
The Standup Sessions
Laugh out your weeknights because The Standup Sessions is back. Hosted by Nazeem Hussain, this new series is brought to you by the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Victoria Together. Featuring Denise Scott, Em Rusciano and Geraldine Hickey to name a few, catch your favourite comedians on Victoria Together’s Youtube channel every Tuesday at 7:30pm.
Ukiyo At Home: Bird Cage
Escape to a Stranger Things-inspired universe with Ukiyo At Home’s four-day virtual escape room. Immerse yourself in this social online experience that combines mind-boggling puzzles, improvised performance and an interactive video game. Find your way through haunted abandoned facilities in a remote Aussie town and collaborate with your mates to climb up the social ladder. Tickets are available from $5 per person and $15 per household, and you can get yours here.
Check out everything else happening at home over on our Things To Do section.
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