Kingston Arts Centre

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    Kingston Arts Centre
    979 Nepean Hwy (cnr South Rd)
    Moorabbin, Melbourne, VIC 3189
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Located close to public transport and just 20 minutes drive from Melbourne's CBD, Kingston Arts Centre and Kingston City Hall (formerly Moorabbin Town Hall) act as the Cultural Gateway to the City of Kingston.

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Moviehouse: An American in Paris

12th December

An expatriate American painter in Gay Paree is involved in two intersecting romantic triangles where obligations, love and guilt intermingle.


Moviehouse: A Christmas Story

5th December

This family-oriented Americana comedy set in a 1940s-era Midwestern town based on the memoirs of Jean Shepherd, the US humorist whose radio programs and...


Moviehouse: Mao's last dancer

28th November

A drama based on the autobiography by Li Cunxin. At the age of 11, Li was plucked from a poor Chinese village by Madame Mao’s cultural delegates and taken...


Moviehouse: They're a weird mob

21st November

Nino Culotta, an Italian journalist, emigrates to Australia and finds work as a builder’s labourer. After initiation into some of the social rituals of...


Moviehouse: Casablanca

14th November

An icon of popular culture, Casablanca’s enduring success rests on its typicality, the way it epitomises forties romanticism, a blend of cynicism and...


Moviehouse: Phar Lap

24th October

Phar Lap, the legendary Australian racing horse, is as well-known today for his mysterious death as for his fabulous accomplishments in life. Beginning at...


Moviehouse: Mutiny on the Bounty

10th October

Historical swashbuckler retells the story of Captain William Bligh (depicted as a ruthless and sadistic leader) and Fletcher Christian, two seamen who...


Moviehouse: The shop around the corner

3rd October

A gentle, ironic romantic comedy in which the salesgirl and the head clerk of a Budapest leather goods and novelty shop are continually at odds with each...


Moviehouse: The Dark Mirror

26th September

A melodrama about twin sisters, one good, one evil, who both fall in love with the same man - a doctor.


Moviehouse: That's entertainment Part 2

19th September

This second compilation of extracts from M-G-M’s extensive archives combines more highlights from musicals with segments from other feature film genres.


Moviehouse: That's entertainment

12th September

A compilation of extracts from M-G-M’s extensive archives of musicals, made to celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary.


Moviehouse: Paperback Hero

5th September

Jack Wallis is a road-train driver with a secret. He has just become a top selling romance novelist.


Moviehouse: Angel Face

22nd August

Ambulance driver Frank Jessup is ensnared in the schemes of the sensuous but dangerous Diane Tremayne.


Moviehouse: My Darling Clementine

15th August

Ford’s most consciously poetic western. A revenge plot culminating in the gunfight at the OK Corral is set against the leisurely and romantic portrayal of...



15th July

Emerging local artist Emma Morris presents her latest series of ceramic sculptures. A recent RMIT fine art graduate Morris’s work featured in Craft...


Moviehouse: Cocoon

8th August

Feel good sci-fi fantasy about a group of resident senior citizens in a Florida rest home who discover the fountain of youth.


Artzblitz 2016

7th August

Artz Blitz is Kingston Arts longest running community art competition for artists of all ages and abilities working in 2-Dimensional, 3-Dimensional,...


NAIDOC: Exhibition by artist Paola Balla

3rd July

In considering this year’s national NAIDOC theme of ‘Songlines: The living narrative of our nation’, artist Paola Balla presents a series of new...


NAIDOC: Clock Tower Projections by Josh Muir

3rd July

During this year’s NAIDOC, see Melbourne based multimedia artist and proud Yorta Yorta/ Gunditjmara man, Josh Muir's stunning artworks projected onto...


Moviehouse: East of Eden

1st August

In the Salinas Valley, in and around World War I, Cal Trask feels he must compete against overwhelming odds with his brother Aron for the love of their...


NAIDOC: Bush Sculpture Workshops for Adults

30th July

Come in for the afternoon to learn about traditional Indigenous weaving techniques and have the opportunity to create your very own bush sculpture...


Moviehouse: Bonnie Scotland

25th July

Stan and Laurel, stow away on a cattle boat to Scotland so Laurel, the American ‘black sheep’ of the MacLaurel clan, can claim his share of his late...


NAIDOC: The Sapphires Film Screening

23rd July

All welcome. Nourish your body, mind and soul with a celebration of Indigenous culture. Relive the glitz, grit and gorgeous songs of The Sapphires....


Moviehouse: Double Indemnity

18th July

A ‘ride to the end of the line’ for an insurance salesman who gets caught up in a web of intrigue and murder when he plots with a femme fatale to kill her...


Moviehouse: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

11th July

A musical comedy about two showgirls’ exploitation of uniformly sexless males for different, if complimentary reasons.


Miniature Immensities

10th June

Six artists from across the nation are coming to G3 Artspace to exhibit bespoke, small works in Kingston Arts' smallest gallery. Celebrating painting,...


Moviehouse: Manhattan

4th July

A very funny and perceptive comedy of manners about educated sophisticated New Yorkers ‘Manhattan’ is one of the most loving homages to the Big Apple ever...


The Wiggles 'The Wiggle Town' Australian Tour 2016

1st July

The Wiggles are celebrating their 25th birthday in the best way possible! Wiggle Town is the name of a brand new tour as well as the new Wiggles CD, DVD,...


Through My Eyes - Survival, Strength and Hope

3rd June

Emerge Women and Children’s Support Network, a specialist domestic violence service based in Kingston, present the exhibition "Through My Eyes" Survival,...


Moviehouse: Chariots of Fire

27th June

Drama based on the true story of athletes Eric Liddle and Harold Abrahams who ran for British and Scottish gold respectively in the 1924 Paris Olympics...


Moviehouse: The Cup

20th June

At the heart of this true story is Damien Oliver, a young jockey who loses his only brother in a tragic racing accident. After suffering through a series...