A great list of things to do in St Kilda delivered to you every Sunday evening

Alphabet Soup @ Theatre Works
Saturday 6 April to Saturday 20 April
This all ages show promises to kick your imagination into overdrive. It’s Dr Suess meets The Umbilical Brothers meets Mr Bean. $47.50/39.50

Skyline Ferris Wheel @ South Beach

Until Sunday 26 May
Monday to Thursday, 12 midday to 9.30 pm; Friday to Sunday 10.30 am to 10.30 pm
Locals discount: $7 pp, $20 for 6 person gondola

Poetry @ The Post Office Hotel
Mondays 1, 15 and 29 April, 7.30 pm – 10.00 pm
Fortnightly spoken word open mic hosted by Hamish Danks Brown aka Danksta Downunder. Warm, intimate, friendly venue with diverse poets.
Crn Inkermann and St Kilda Road

Macnamara Candidates’ Forum @ St Kilda Town Hall
Wednesday 3 April , 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm
Liberal, Labor and Greens candidates for Macnamara (formerly Melbourne Ports) speaking on their parties’ policies on Climate Change & Energy.
Free tickets on Eventbrite

Tim Minchin @ Palais
Sold out Wednesday through Sunday nights
New dates coming late April.

Justine Jones & The Playboys Of Rhythm @ Ember Lounge
Thursday 4 April, 7.30 pm
These St Kilda locals will hot up your night with jazz, swing, ballads, blues, funk, soul, and reggae. $10

Bleached @ Alliance Française
Saturday 6 April 3.30 pm – 5 pm, and then until 2 May
A collaborative exhibition of found objects.
Cut, Spun, Assembled by four artists into a magical wonderland.
Chloe Bensahel, Carolyn Cardinet, Tim Craker and Carmel Wallace.

Lez Zeppelin @ Memo
Saturday 6 April, 7.30 pm
New York girl rockers bringing their version of the rock-laden classics penned by the legendary Led Zeppelin to Australia for the first time. $50

Discoyoga Pyjama Party @ Memo
Sunday 7 April, 9 am
Keep your Pj’s on and rock your socks off with a vinyasa yoga class backed by house, pop and disco music played by Dj Emma Peters! Bring a yoga mat with you. There will be yummy breakfast. $41

Emma Hamilton (London) @ Memo
Sunday 7 April, 2 pm
French/Australian Singer/Accordionist performs her eclectic mix of French Chansons, jazz and rockin’ cajan tunes. Said to make the accordion sexy! $20

Don’t miss

Robot Song @ Theatre Works
Until 13 April
TWISK Review: Tough topic, amazing show. Musical theatre veteran Ashlea Pyke brings youthful charisma and vocal talent to the role of pre-teen Juniper who is struggling be accepted at school. Based on writer director Joylon James’ experience as a parent, this dynamic show unpacks the feeling of difference that some kids experience. There is a robot, there is a dumpster in the back yard, there are songs and clever animatronics that actually work. Phillip McInnes is great as Dad too. Robot Song sings.

Dance Nation @ Red Stitch
Until Sunday 14 April
Part of the Comedy Festival, Clare Barron’s prize winning new play explores puberty, ambition and friendship, set within the turbulent world of competitive dance. $55/$42/$29

Blockage – temporary sculptures @ Three locations
Until Sunday 28 April
Georgian born local artist, Nina Sanadze has created three sculptures in response to the ubiquitous security bollards that protect and impede us.
Bollard Up a Tree
In a tree outside St Kilda Town Hall
Building Blocks
Levitating toy blocks in Acland Court
A mysterious surveillance apparatus on St Kilda beach

Free music venues – check their websites for the line-up of free gigs
Hotel Esplanade
Dogs Bar
Claypots Seafood Bar

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