Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.


Mallard Movies returns again in 2020 on Wednesday 25th March with The Show Must Go On, a look into the mental health and wellbeing issues within the entertainment industry.

The film follows filmmaker and actor Ben Steele on a soul searching investigation into why there are so many arts and entertainment workers developing and struggling with anxiety, depression and substance abuse and for the first time opening up a much-needed public conversation about their mental health and wellbeing.

Homebrew's Maddy Mac will be playing some of her favourite tracks from 7pm, before an interview with  special guests Lisa Salvo of On Diamond and Anna Lienhop of Moody Beachs at 8:15pm and screening at 8:30pm.

FREE entry for all, and PBS members receive a complimentary pot of selected craft beer or glass of house wine on arrival, so don't forget your membership card!

Bookings and table reservations are essential. Click here to head to Moshtix and reserve your spot and email   to reserve a table.

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Mallard Movies - The Show Must Go On

Wednesday 25th March, from 7pm

The Spotted Mallard, 314 Sydney Rd, Brunswick

Movie Running Time: 56 minutes