The clock tower bell chimes, the sound of bustling trams breaks the silence…

A graffiti artist sips his fragrant hot coffee, searching for inspiration. The buskers get their instruments out of the boxes, adjust the mics and do their last sound checks. 

Another day begins.

What do they see? What do they feel? What inspiration do they get from each corner of Melbourne streets? Or from the eclectic Melbournians? 

They will bring their stories to life in this collaborative theatrical production ‘The Streets of Melbourne’.

Get onboard at La Mama Courthouse on Friday, 10th of December 2021. You don’t need your Myki. Just grab a seat, relax and enjoy the ride!

LOCATION: Courtyard

Produced by WHAM & Melka

Written by Melka Stansah

Directed by Wolf Heidecker

Performed by Buskers: Romanie Assez, Louis Cooke, George Kamikawa. Actor: Graham Murray. Graffiti Artist: Sur James Richmond     

Photos/Video/Sound Design: Richard Lyford-Pike

Specific accessibility information for this event:

Visual Rating: 50%
This event is partly subtitled or includes dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.

Aural Rating: 75%
Mainly sound-based, with visuals only incidental to the work, so blind or low vision audiences can have close to the full experience of the event.