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8Days-Your one-stop guide to the week ahead: September 8 to 15

Fleetwood Mac will perform at Rod Laver.

Fleetwood Mac will perform at Rod Laver.

11am-5pm, Tinning Street Presents, 5/29 Tinning Street, Brunswick, free,

MUSIC Renowned classical musicians come together for Music in the Round, a day of intimate concerts at the historic Abbotsford Convent. Artists include pianist Aura Go, chamber music group Ensemble Liaison and 13-year-old violin prodigy Edward Walton. 10.30am-4pm, Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford, $140-$165, 9415 3600,

FOOD Meet the makers of various gin distilleries at the Spring Gin Market. Free tastings across all stalls is included in the entry ticket, and make sure to take home the Craft and Co’s famous gin cheese. 11am-1pm and 4pm-6pm, the Craft and Co, 390 Smith Street, Collingwood, $10, 9417 4755,

Mon, Sep 9

Overheard by Oslo Davis<br>
Albert Park, Sunday 1pm<br>
Her: "When we go to Fiji I'm going to drink but I'm not going to get drunk".<br>
Him: "Uh huh. Like when we went to the Solomons?"€

Overheard by Oslo Davis
Albert Park, Sunday 1pm
Her: “When we go to Fiji I’m going to drink but I’m not going to get drunk”.
Him: “Uh huh. Like when we went to the Solomons?”€

MUSIC One of the most influential bands in rock history, Fleetwood Mac (left), perform songs from their incredible body of music. Original members Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie are joined by Mike Campbell and Neil Finn. 8pm, Rod Laver Arena, Olympic Boulevard, city, $132.50-$356, 132 849,

Tue, Sep 10

ART Two exhibitions explore Aboriginal culture through different mediums, including contemporary and historical body adornments in They Shield Us and films that contest official histories in Memory Mixtape . Until Sep 29, 10am-5pm, Koorie Heritage Trust, the Yarra Building, Federation Square, corner of Swanston and Flinders streets, city, free, 8662 6300,

Wed, Sep 11

FAMILY Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, Abby Cadabby and Super Grover all appear at the Sesame Street Circus Spectacular. Featuring circus performers from around the world, this interactive concert brings the beloved television characters to the stage. Sep 11–Oct 13, Wed, 7.30pm, Burnley Oval, Burnley, $33-$69, 136 100,

Thu, Sep 11

FESTIVAL The Melbourne Fringe Festival amplifies marginal voices of artists across theatre, circus, cabaret, music, visual art, film, dance, and more. The extensive program features bold new works, boundary-pushing ideas and the next generation of artists from the fringe. Sep 12–29, 9660 9666,

Fri, Sep 11

STAGE Visit Batmania, the newest Australian holiday destination. This interactive horror-comedy comprises two events including The Bus Tour, a journey through Batmanian history and culture, and Expo ’19, a politically charged exhibition. Until Sep 22, Theatre Works, 14 Acland Street, St Kilda, 96609666,

Sat-Sun, Sep 114-15

OUT OF TOWN The Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Festival welcomes spring through visual and performing arts, crafts, gardens, flower shows, markets and food. Catch the last weekend of the annual festival and the Sunday grand parade of spectacular costumes, floats, vintage vehicles, stilt walkers, bands and dancers. Until Sep 15, various times, locations and prices across Kyneton, 5422 2282,

MUSIC Indigenous rapper and hip-hop artist Philly (left) launches his new single Brown Skin featuring Waari, with support from Dani Sib. The track combines Waari’s dreamy vocals with acoustic guitar melodies and lyrics that highlight the strength of Indigenous women. Sep 15, Sun, 6pm, Grace Darling Hotel, corner of Smith and Peel streets, Collingwood, free, 9416 0055,

STAGE Set in 1969 Northern Island, musical The Beautiful Game follows a local soccer team who attempt to overcome the violence in their community. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Sep 13 – 29, Sat, 2pm and 8pm, Sun, 3pm, Chapel Off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel Street, Prahran, $69-$89, 82907000,

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