Melbourne cycle lanes are scary.
I had a bit of time to kill before the show so I popped into Pellegrini's on the recommendation of a friend who grew up in Melbourne. It's an old-school Italian restauraunt and hasn't changed in years. Unfortunately there was some sort of photo shoot going on, and I felt like a spare wheel, so I didn't stay.
The show was at the Athenaeum Theatre which is a gorgeous theatre next to the town hall.
This photo was in the foyer - love the uniforms. What I also loved were the outfits of some people in the audience - one woman had a onesie covered in multicoloured polkadots and her friend had tights with technicolour hearts. Both sported ugg boots and berets. I was too chicken to ask for a photo! You can tell I'm new to this blogging lark.
I enjoyed the Gram Parsons show and even bought a CD - I am a huge Gram fan so wasn't expecting much to be honest but was pleasantly surprised. The only thing which let the production down was "Emmylou's" costume, it wasn't of the right period.
I don't know what it is about Melbourne, but a lot of people seem to dodge the fares on trams. It's not as if they are expensive, compared to my home town anyway.
The next day I went to Shepparton - more pix coming soon.