Sunday Session: Nina Rose
Jan
20
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: Nina Rose

Nina Rose is a Melbourne singer songwriter, whose music combines folk and pop.

Her original songs evoke love, loss and hope, drawing you into the journey.

You will find her singing in local bars or on outdoor stages beneath the stars.

At The Lost Ones, Nina will be supported by Cate Taylor and Greg Hamilton.

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Sunday session: Victoriana Gaye
Feb
3
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday session: Victoriana Gaye

Husband and wife duo Vicki Gaye Philipp and Jeff Raglus (Bachelors from Prague, Black Sorrows, The Beachniks) describe their sound as a combination of psych-folk with new wave pop, but performed in a singer songwriter style. The couple play a mix of acoustic and electric guitars, trumpet, harmonica and take it in turns to sing lead or harmony.

They have toured and played their original tunes at festivals and venues in Japan, New Caledonia and Australia, the UK and Europe.

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Exhibition opening: And Together, The World To Be
Feb
7
6:00 pm18:00

Exhibition opening: And Together, The World To Be

Free event

The opening of Kirstin’s exhibition, And Together, The World to Be, you can walk through Kirstin's immersive environment. Kirstin has by combined and manipulated unconventional materials such as fire ash, bush debris, found fence posts and hard rubbish into epic wall works and sculptural ephemera.

Her work revolves around her concern for environmental and human crisis and the redemption found in transforming our losses.

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The Audreys
Feb
17
7:30 pm19:30

The Audreys

Tickets: $37.00 for show only | $50 for show and supper (priority given for table seating)

Multiple ARIA award winning folk rockers The Audreys have spent most of the past 18 months traversing the country, and now come into 2019 with some new songs and a brand new show, building towards the release of their much anticipated fifth studio album.

The impetuous pair play sets full of old hits, requests, new songs and unexpected (and sometimes poorly rehearsed) covers that feature Taasha’s gorgeous vocals and Tristan’s six-string mastery, way too many instrument changes, great frocks and plenty of charm.

Grab your tickets early.


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Z-Star Delta
Feb
21
8:30 pm20:30

Z-Star Delta

Tickets: General Admission $25, General Admission + Supper $40

Explosive duo, Z-STAR DELTA, are hot music property with their intoxicating and modern mix of country blues and desert rock. International artist and producer Zee Gachette on Vocals/Drums/Ac Gtr and guitar prodigy Sebastien Heintz on Electric/Lapsteel/Bass/Synth/Loops. The unlikely duo thrive on stage, weaving between one another; one moment seductive and poetic, the next wild and furious effortlessly delivering a fascinating cinematic roadtrip of sound.

Doors open 7:30pm

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Draw the Nude Dude
Feb
28
7:30 pm19:30

Draw the Nude Dude

Free event

There’s a nude guy in the Basement Bar!

Life drawing in the Basement Bar. Never picked up a willow charcoal? Always wanted to draw a nude? Now you can. It's time to DRAW THE NUDE DUDE. Free entry. Willow charcoal and paper provided. Grab yourself a drink, some courage, and go for it.

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Gin Blending Workshop with Animus Distillery
Apr
13
2:00 pm14:00

Gin Blending Workshop with Animus Distillery

Ticket price: $120 (no concessions)

The Lost Ones Basement Bar has teamed up with Animus Gin distillery to bring you a special gin blending workshop.

This masterclass will give you a crash course in the history of gin through the ages, the process of distillation and includes a tasting of Animus' incredible range. The workshop is to be facilitated by Animus Distillery Ambassador, Luke Jacques. Be guided through the process and create your own bottle of your very own personalised gin!

A light sharing platter will be provided to complement the tasting.

Spots are limited, book now to avoid disappointment.

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Out of Copyright Film Night - Teenagers from Outer Space
Jan
17
7:30 pm19:30

Out of Copyright Film Night - Teenagers from Outer Space

Free Event

Squeaky clean 1958 America, before #MeToo, the inconvenient mess of racism and Trumpism, finds itself invaded by a group of young white men from a distant planet. One of the visitors rebels against the autocratic intergalatic regime's demand that Planet Earth be turned into a vast agricultural grazing site for giant lobsters.

He flees into middle America into the surprisingly welcome arms of the community who embrace this immigrant as one of their own.

Fabulous suits and frocks, great James Dean haircuts, but heavily wooden acting. The giant lobster is underwhelming, the tension pretty much non-existent, in this classic film from a time that extreme conservatives would have us all return to.

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Sunday Session: Mick Trembath
Jan
13
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: Mick Trembath

Guitarist Mick Trembath.  

With influences from Blind Blake to Fred Frith, Mick is as comfortable playing country rags as he is playing prepared guitar sonics.  His arsenal includes 12-string, resonator, baritone, steel string and classical guitars which he performs on in various styles from across the globe.

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Sunday Session: Deborah N
Dec
30
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: Deborah N

Deb has been singing for 20 or so years. She began her musical adventures with original songs and after a stint attempting acid jazz in 'Cocoa Soul', performed solo whilst dabbling in her small acoustic soul band 'Otis'.  Deb has an eclectic taste in music. Soul is what comes naturally. She enjoys playing some originals, and covers a variety of music with her 'deborahN' sessions. She also enjoys bringing Motown sounds to life.

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Out of Copyright film night
Dec
27
7:30 pm19:30

Out of Copyright film night

War of the Gargantuas (1966)

It’s 1966 and Japan is going nuts over big fighting monsters. An enormous humanoid monkey-thing is seen eating humans and wrestling with huge octopus, and the people of Japan are terrified. A smug American professor (Russ Tamblyn is the cast member speaking English, while everyone else is quite obviously dubbed) and his glamourous but traditionally helpless female assistant (Akemi Togawa) are tracking down “their gargantua” they raised from a baby, but not before it wreaks havoc in Tokyo and steps on cars.

Definitely 3 stars. The technicolor special effects are seriously worthwhile. Perfect distraction for those weird days between Christmas and New Year, and to avoid seeing your family.

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Sunday Session: The Treble Cleft
Dec
23
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: The Treble Cleft

A Kora, a Kamale Ngoni, a Hum Drum and a Double Bass create the music of The Treble Cleft. George Peel, Al Wunder and Bruce Millar improvise their way through an aural landscape that evokes images of far off lands. You might even hear the story of a midnight stroll along St. Kilda beach or sense, behind the notes being played, the cacophony of machine tools that built houses, furniture and these musical instruments.

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Sunday Session: Floyd Thursby
Dec
9
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: Floyd Thursby

Floyd Thursby’s folk songs, country ballads, weird dark ditties and happy little pop tunes tell tales of love and death, brimstone and ecstasy, the sacred and the profane. He performs solo: one guitar, one voice. Occasionally, he’ll say something funny. “Floyd Thursby has a fascinating voice. But of course, all that would be insignificant without great songs as vehicles for that voice. Thursby has armfuls of them.” (Rhythms magazine)

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Fanny Lumsden
Dec
6
8:00 pm20:00

Fanny Lumsden

Tickets: $38.50

LIMITED RELEASE TICKETS. Fanny Lumsden is using her latest single and video release to call a war on pride, and she invites you to come along and hear her sing about it. The release of this latest video and single come hot on the heels of the announcement that her album Real Class Act is finalist for Best Country Album in the 2018 ARIA Awards. Come be a part of the Under Our Hills Hoist Tour. Tickets limited!

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Sunday Session: Tommy Castles
Dec
2
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: Tommy Castles

Surf coast local Tommy Castles brings his “beautifully authentic” folk sounds to The Lost Ones for a Sunday Session. Tommy has toured Australia as both headline and supporting act, playing at Falls Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival and four sell-out shows with Amy Shark at The Corner Hotel, Richmond. Join us for an afternoon of raw, yet uplifting music that’s laden with earthy tones and melodies to help get the crowd moving.

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Out of Copyright film night
Nov
29
7:00 pm19:00

Out of Copyright film night

FREE ENTRY

Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1968). A group of weirdly dubbed guys decide to fly their spaceship to Venus, get in trouble and need to be rescued. Woodenly acted, they fly hovercraft, wrestle with tentacled plants, shoot lizard people and nearly get covered in lava. Perfect second date night.

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Sunday Session: Kessia Brooke
Nov
25
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: Kessia Brooke

Born and raised in country Victoria, Kessia Brooke is a singer/songwriter with a passion for live music performance. Performing throughout her local community, the multi-instrumentalist utilises storytelling in a blend of nostalgic jazz, folk and satirical honesty. Kessia returns to The Lost Ones following her performance at the Ballarat Busking Championships in May this year. Join us as Kessia reflects on past-self, ideas and experiences in an honest, mellow hue.

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Freya Josephine Hollick
Nov
24
8:30 pm20:30

Freya Josephine Hollick

General Admission: $27.00

General Admission + Supper: $45.00

Freya Josephine Hollick is an Old-Timey, Country, Folk singer/songwriter from the Victorian Goldfields. Hollick's roots in folk music has led her to blues and country music, through a hunger for knowledge of how and from where modern music evolved. Freya has followed a path back to a time that holds true to her voice, her songwriting and her story. Hollick's voice has been described as haunting, as both powerful and fragile, truly a voice unlike any other, and one that is of another time.

Her new album, Feral Fusion, OUT NOW.

http://www.freyajosephinehollick.com/

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Draw the Nude Man in the Bar
Nov
22
7:30 pm19:30

Draw the Nude Man in the Bar

Never had the courage to go to a life drawing class? Always wanted to draw but don’t know where to start? We’ve got the perfect solution. We’ve got the nude - all we need is for you to turn up! Grab yourself a drink, help yourself to some paper and charcoal - and get drawing. Free entry. Leave your inhibitions at the door.

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Life Drawing
Nov
21
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing

Tickets:
$25 per class
$20 concession


Life drawing is back at The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery. Enjoy some dedicated time examining the human form with facilitator Lisa Nolan. Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different. Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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The Curious: panel discussion 3
Nov
15
7:00 pm19:00

The Curious: panel discussion 3

Free event

The third and final panel discussion, hosted by Federation University. We take a closer look at Ned Kelly, as a figure in history as well as in film. Time to get to know the bloke behind the mask with the help of Dr. Anne Beggs-Sunter, Dr. Demelza Hall and Dr. Lesley Speed.

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Life Drawing
Nov
14
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing

Tickets:
$25 per class
$20 concession


Life drawing is back at The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery. Enjoy some dedicated time examining the human form with facilitator Lisa Nolan. Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different. Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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Sunday Session: Izzy Losi and the Auracles
Nov
11
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: Izzy Losi and the Auracles

Izzy Losi and the Auracles bring an original line up of songs to the Lost Ones. Izzy's voice is a powerful force that begs to be heard live. This soulful act will have you bouncing out of your seat and grooving around the room. Definitely one of Australia's up and comers, Izzy Losi and the Auracles have supported the likes of Mia Dyson and Courtney Barnett. They have been compared to Florence and the Machine, Fleetwood Mac and Missy Higgins.

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Gin Blending Workshop with Animus Distillery
Nov
10
2:00 pm14:00

Gin Blending Workshop with Animus Distillery

Ticket price: $120 (no concessions)

The Lost Ones Basement Bar has teamed up with Animus Gin distillery to bring you a special gin blending workshop.

This masterclass will give you a crash course in the history of gin through the ages, the process of distillation and includes a tasting of Animus' incredible range. The workshop is to be facilitated by Animus Distillery Ambassador, Luke Jacques.

Be guided through the process and create your own bottle of your very own personalised gin!

Your blend shall be crafted in the Animus distillery and sent out to you.

A light sharing platter will be provided to compliment the tasting.

Spots are limited, so book now to avoid disappointment.

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The Curious: panel discussion 2
Nov
8
7:00 pm19:00

The Curious: panel discussion 2

Free event

The second in Federation University’s panel discussion series, where our esteemed doctors discuss Spring. Dr Fred Cahir chats about Aboriginal beautification, Dr Verity Archer examines the Melbourne Cup and Dr Jane Mummery analyses Spring in a time of climate change.

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Life Drawing
Nov
7
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing

Tickets:
$25 per class
$20 concession


Another 6-week series of life drawing is back at The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery. Enjoy some dedicated time examining the human form with facilitator Lisa Nolan. Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different. Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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Sunday Session: Katie Bates
Nov
4
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: Katie Bates

She’s the girl you’ll be sure to find in the corner of a dive bar, simply glued to the jukebox. In between effortlessly shrugging the advances of barflies and blow-in drinkers, she trawls through Americana, blues and folk until the songs become engraved on her tongue. Melbourne country and roots songstress Katie Bates will get you dancing off your feet, yet also swaying and longing for a Tennessee lover

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The Curious - panel discussion 1
Nov
1
7:00 pm19:00

The Curious - panel discussion 1

Free event

Come hear about the strangely unsettling: Halloween and the uncanny. Dr. Alice Mills, Dr. David Waldron and Duncan Hubber examine wildly diverse weirdness as part of Federation Uni’s panel discussion series. From the Americans getting Halloween wrong, to our own local scary stuff and the gothic undercurrents of Lake Mungo.

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Life Drawing
Oct
31
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing

Tickets:
$25 per class
$20 concession


Another 6-week series of life drawing is back at The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery. Enjoy some dedicated time examining the human form with facilitator Lisa Nolan. Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different. Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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Sunday Session: Rod Gear
Oct
28
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: Rod Gear

Stalwart musician, Rod Gear returns with his Latin and Middle Eastern musical expressions to The Basement Bar. Using his guitar and loop station, Gear creates subtle loops that draw the listener in, evoking a spectrum of emotion & thought. His arrangements of familiar songs, leave you with the essence of the composition, whilst injecting his own unique views into the mix. A great afternoon for some reflective world music.

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