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This Week in St Kilda

Solly dispenses his last script
After 37 years on Fitzroy Street, pharmacist Solly Lew processed his last script in St Kilda on Friday.
Solly has dispensed from three locations along Fitzroy Street, but most recently faced the nightmare of having a national chemist chain move in right next door.
TWiSK wishes him well in his next chapter.
While we don’t know the exact corporate shenanigans,  Chemist Warehouse appears to have absorbed Solly’s store and are also opening a new outlet in a double shop on Acland Street.
If you know more, let us know

Paul William’s Hammond Combo @ Ember Lounge
Tuesday 11 June, 8.30 pm – 10.30 pm
Deep blues on a Tuesday night. $10

Financial skills for young people @ Library
Tuesday 11 June, 5 pm – 6 pm
Council’s Youth Committee present a free financial life skills workshop for young people aged 15 – 25. As always, snacks will be provided! Topics like your first car, first job, first credit and so on.

Sea Shanties @ Linden
Thursday 13 June, 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm
Maritime work songs from the golden age of sail in the gallery with the exhibition Dark Water by Erin Coates and Anna Nazzari.
Bar sales from 6.30 pm, singing starts 7 pm. Free

St Kilda Marina info sessions @ Town Hall & Library

Thursday 13 June, 5.30 – 7.30 pm,  Town Hall
Saturday 15 June, 11 am – 1 pm, Library
After 50 years, the rights to manage the vast St Kilda Marina area are up for grabs again. It’s got great potential and it’s bigger than you think.

Kirk Cetinic @ Toot Art Space

Thursday 13 June – 30 June
A solo design exhibition aimed at raising awareness and changing public perception of Autism.
Toot Art Space
17-19 Irwell St
Thursday-Saturday 11 am-5 pm, Sunday 12.30 – 2.30 pm

Sarah Carroll & Shannon Bourne @ Ember Lounge
Friday 14 June, 7.30 pm
Two big talents, one smallish room. $20 YouTube 

‘No Sleep Til Memo’ A Beastie Boys Live Experience @ Memo
Saturday 15 June, 7.30 pm
Possibly the world’s only Beastie Boys live experience $30

The Monkeys @ Palais
Saturday 15 June, 8 pm
Hey Hey, we are The Monkeys, well two of the originals at least – Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz. $99 +

Night at the Museum @ JewMu
Saturday 15 June, 8 pm – 10 pm
Discover Shabbat anew at the next Night at the Museum for 1001 Lights, with performance, storytelling and meditation with Israel Aloni, Elise Hearst, Mikhaela Bourke and Zoe Kanat.
$30 Members, $35 Non-Members, $150 Group of Five
Tickets are limited 

Looking for Lawson @ Memo
Sunday 16 June, 2.00 pm
John Thorn is joined on stage by Lindsay Field (John Farnham Band) and Emily Taheny (Mad As Hell ABC TV) to present the remarkable story of one of Australia’s great writers through his own words. $30

Spontaneous Broadway @ Memo
Sunday 16 June, 6.30pm
Russel Fletcher and maestro John Thorn present a cast of music impro legends including Cal Wilson, Scott Brennan, Rik Brown and Amberly Cull to create an improvised musical inspired by audience suggestions. $20 +

Fritz Lang’s Metropolis @ Astor
Sunday 16 June, 4.15 pm
Classic theatre at its best. The first dystopian classic made in 1927. YouTube trailer

Cosi Fan Tutti Frutti @ St Kilda Bowlo
Sunday 16 June, 3 pm
Saturday 22 June, 8 pm
Sunday 23 June, 3 pm
Emotionworks Cut Opera condenses Mozart’s classic comedy opera and fuses it with 1950’s rock and roll in this swinging, action-packed, retro inspired production. $45/$35/$20

Basement Blues: Heinous Hounds @ Espy
Sunday 16 June, 3.30 pm
End the Sunday blues with some blues in the basement. Free
Espy gigs

Drive @ Theatreworks

Until Saturday 15 June
Over 50 minutes, Drive tracks the unravelling of a highly capable woman, filled with mess, nuance and controlled rage.
Free class of wine with your ticket if you mention TWiSK.

Escaped Alone @ Red Stitch
Until 30 June
A sun-drenched suburban backyard, four older women reflect on their lives. Top cast with Caroline Lee, Julie Forsyth, Marta Kaczmarek & Margaret Mills.


The Melbourne Moth GrandSLAM @ National Theatre
Monday 17 June, 8 pm
Fans will not want to miss The Moth’s Melbourne GrandSLAM. $35.20

Refugee Week lunch @ space2b
Thursday 20 June, 11 am
Share a meal and a story on World Refugee Day with a multicultural meal (Syrian) catered by local businesses started by former refugees. Proceeds from the lunch will go to the Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project.
Spaces are limited so book early

Ice Skating returns @ Acland Plaza

Friday 21 June – Sunday 14 July – 10 am – 9 pm
The open-air ice rink with magical lighting and music

Don Walker in conversation with Myf Warhurst @ Readings
Tuesday 2 July, 6.30 pm
Hear beloved Australian songwriter Don Walker in conversation with Myf Warhurst about his lyric book, Songs.
Free, but please book