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Pot Luck Open Mic Night

PLOM is a vision close to our hearts but considering the currently developing health advice which encourages social isolation all PLOM events will be postponed until further notice. The UMSU Creative Arts department is trying to find online solutions to replace this event- Follow our facebook to keep updated. 

Have you got a song to sing? A poem to read? A dance to interpret? Why not test it out in front of a welcoming audience at the next Pot Luck Open Mic night?

PLOM is a low-stakes opportunity for anyone to perform anything. Sign up for an open mic slot, or just come and watch the magic unfold – you never know what you might witness in the pot luck of performers.

If you know you’re keen to perform, want to chat through your ideas with us, or have any questions or access needs, chuck us an email at arts@union.unimelb.edu.au. Or just rock up on the night and see what happens!

Get hype cause PLOM is coming back to the Ida Bar in Semester 1, 2020:

Thursday 19 March, 6-9pm- cancelled !

Thursday 23 April, 6-9pm

Thursday 14 May, 6-9pm

Equipment

Got an act that needs a little more than just a good attitude? Here is the list of equipment we can provide, please let us know what you need to use beforehand.

  • 2 microphones
  • DI for hooking up instruments
  • AUX input
  • PA system
  • Projector and screen
  • A simple lighting rig

Other equipment such as guitar leads will need to be supplied by the performers.

Accessibility note – the stage in the Ida Bar has a small step up and is not wheelchair accessible, however, it is not a requirement that performers use the stage. Please get in touch if you have any access requirements, we are happy to cater to all!

We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which this event takes place, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We acknowledge their elders past and present and pay our respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. We would also like to acknowledge that this is stolen land and the sovereignty over this land was never ceded.