Having established herself as one of Australia’s most important voices and striking songwriters of recent years, musical artist Eliza Hull has proven the longevity of her art, and continued evolution. New single ‘Running Underwater’ sees Hull work with ARIA Award-winning producer Pip Norman (Baker Boy, Missy Higgins) The track was first performed by Hull during a powerful appearance on ABC’s Q&A on national TV. It’s the first song Hull has written about living with condition ‘Charcot Marie Tooth’. 

In recent years, Hull has emerged as an accessibility advocate within the industry, her determinism and approach to educating and spurring on change in structure and perspective has been incredibly influential, she consults with organisations such as The ARIAS and APRA and has spoken at events including SXSW, Bigsound, Changes, Human Rights Convention and at Parliament House. She was also the creator of Isolaid’s Accessible All Areas a live stream featuring Deaf and Disabled artists which garnered over 50k streams. 

Musically the way Eliza Hull can captivate a room has propelled her onto the national radar, with many notable performances at venues and events including the Sydney Opera House, Ability Fest, Forum Theatre, Hamer Hall, NYE On The Hill and more. Hull has made an impact at showcase events including BIGSOUND and SXSW, as well as touring with the likes of Ainslie Wills, BATTS, Mia Dyson, Husky and SAFIA and recently performing at The Great Escape Festival, Aussie BBQ in London and touring with UK artist Ruth Lyon throughout the UK. 

Her song writing talents have led Hull to co-write with artists Gordi and Odette—collaborations both set to appear on her forthcoming EP, Here They Come which is due out 1 December 2023. Her music has been featured in TV internationally in shows including Awkward, Teen Wolf, Saving Hope, and in Australia on The Heights and And Then Something Changed



Malthouse Outdoor Stage is a general admission venue with standing areas and seating available at shared tables. We recommend arriving early to find a space that’s right for you. The Malthouse Bar is open before and during the show, and food is available from The Malthouse Cafe.

We perform in all weather conditions, so long as it's safe for the performers and for you. Melbourne's weather can change all the time—we recommend bringing a raincoat, wearing waterproof shoes, and bringing a small umbrella just in case. In the event that the performance is cancelled, we will contact you to inform you the next steps. Please note the seating area is not covered.


Key Image: Michelle Grace Hunder

Collective Artists present Eliza Hull: Here They Come on Malthouse Outdoor Stage. 

Malthouse Outdoor Stage is generously supported by the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative and the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.

Sidney Myer Fund
Ian Potter Foundation
Andyinc Foundation


Eliza Hull

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Wheelchair Access

The Malthouse Outdoor Stage main auditorium is accessible via flat entry and is suitable for wheelchair and mobility device users. The sunken front of stage area called the ‘pit’ is accessed via three stairs only and is not suitable for wheelchair or mobility device users. Accessible toilets are located within The Malthouse and can be accessed via flat floors. For more detailed accessibility information see here.

Performance Times

8.30pm, Fri 23 Feb (Doors 7.30pm)



All tickets are sold as General Admission (unallocated seating). All online bookings incur a $4 booking fee per transaction.


60 minutes (no interval)

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Entry is permitted at any time during the event. 

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