What's On Events and Public Programs Fundraising Event | Ah Chan the Cabinet Maker Fundraising Event | Saturday 28th May, 7:00pm This night at the Chinese Museum is a historical experience taking you back to the late 1850s, where you will discover the history of Chinatown and the determination of its community in a rough and tumble Victorian society. The Chinese Museum, built originally as a cabinet maker's workshop, is the fitting back- drop for this spellbinding contemporary musical journey and later, you will travel on a tour around the Museum where you will discover the actual 150-year-old artefacts of the time. Come with us back in time and on location, where this hip hop drama will present the challenges of newcomers to a new multicultural world - Melbourne, Australia. This special evening includes: a pre-event Chinese dinner at Chine on Paramount, 101 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne a hip hop historical drama, set in an immersive theatre in the round over cups of tea exploration of the Museum with Ah Chan’s Discovery map finding the historical events that shaped Ah Chan’s life Event Details: 7:00pm event starts with Chinese dinner at Chine on Paramount, followed by musical performance at Museum of Chinese Australian History, 22 Cohen Place, Melbourne. Ticket Price: Single Tickets $88 VIP Corporate Tables of 6(front row seating and recognised as a supporting sponsor) $888 Bookings: Please send all enquiries to Mark Wang at [email protected]. This event is a fundraising event that assists the Museum maintain its collection of over 10,000 artefacts and records of Chinese Australian historical significance. Click here for a printable version of the program. This event is supported by: Booking for this event has now closed.