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TWiSK #201
Live Music Action Plan @ St Kilda Talks Podcast

Hear Michelle Nicol plus the creator of RocKwiz, former editor of Beat, the team behind the St Kilda Blues Festival and our singing city councillor on the latest podcast.
Listen Now
Have Your Say about the Live Music Action Plan

Rogerstein Lounge @ Espy
Wednesdays from 5 pm
The week weighing heavy on yer shoulders? Come plonk yer elbows at the Lounge with Tim Rogers and  get lost for a while. Special guests every week. Free entry.

‘Poems from the 29th Floor’ book launch @ Ember Lounge
Wednesday 12 February, 7:30pm
A combination of funny and sad poems by writer and music activist Michael Crane. With music by Rebecca Barnard. $25

Epic Failure / Before and After / True and False @ Toot Artspace
Opens Thursday 13 February, 6 – 8 pm (closes 1 March)
Ryan has created Before and After gouache paintings of an Arctic Anthropogenic landscapes created before and after visiting the frozen zone.
Whilst the works may be pretty cool, the conclusion Ryan comes to in doing the show is not.
Shop 5, 17-19 Irwell St. St Kilda
Thurs-Sat: 11am-5pm / Sun: 12.30-2.30pm

Opéra En Plein Air – Don Giovanni @ Alliance Française
Friday 14 February, 7.30 pm for 8.30 movie
First of three Friday night open air opera movies.
Bring your friends, your family, a picnic rug and a bottle of sparkling.
Free but RSVP please

An Evening with Mario Millo @ Memo
Friday 14 February, 7.30 pm
ARIA winning composer, Mario Millo in a one-off in concert performance of “Four Moments” (one of “Sebastian Hardie’s” critically acclaimed Albums). $45+

Twilight Beach Polo @ West Beach
Saturday 15 February 4 pm to 10 pm
Horses, sand, sunset.
From $79/pp

Eagles tribute show @ Memo
Saturday 15 February, 7.30 pm
A celebration of one of the best-selling albums of all time ‘Hotel California’. $30+

Claymore @ Fyrefly
Saturday 15 February, 8.30 pm show
Celtic rock n rock local heroes. $25

Michael Waugh @ Memo
Sunday 16 February, 3 pm
Michael Waugh got a standing ovation last time he played at the Memo. $20 +

Basement Blues: Collard Greens and Gravy @ Espy
Sunday 16 February, 3 pm
Class Sunday session of blues in that basement. Free

The Feather in the Web @ Red Stitch St Kilda
Until Sunday 1 March
A lacerating satire of mainstream culture that revels in all the magnificent, awful parts of ourselves we’ve learned to squash right down.


The Great Australian Play @ TheatreWorks

From 19 February – 29 February
An ingenious new satire from Patrick White Award-winning playwright Kim Ho. A psychedelic romp through the myths of our glorious nation’s past, present and imagined future. $20

Galleon Reunion @ St Kilda Bowlo
Saturday 22 February, 6.30 pm til late
A reunion for staff and others from the halcyon days of the Galleon Café.
If you can remember when every Galleon waiter or waitress was a writer, actor, film producer, dancer; or the spanakopita and salad, the chocolate teddy bears and the crumbles, this is for you.
Bring a plate of sweets.
RSVP Please 

Emotionworks Cut Opera Bushfire Concert @ St Kilda Bowlo
Sunday 1 March, 5 pm
Informal variety concert presenting opera fusion highlights with the cut opera house combo backing a stunning array of top line singers. Entry by donation.
Limited numbers. RSVP julie@emotionworks.com

Rain Room @ Prince Jackalope Pavilion
Until 29 February
20 minute sessions, from 10 am every day except Tuesdays
Rain falls everywhere but you stay dry.
Special School Holiday kid friendly sessions.

Local venues with music (often free)

Famous for Elvis in the arvo and cosy room jazz
213 Barkly St, St Kilda

Dog’s Bar
Classy line up every week
54 Acland St, St Kilda

Music some nights.
42 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Espy Basement
Free music most nights and Sunday arvo.
Tuesday open mic, Sunday blues.

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