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

You are in for some treats This Week in St Kilda: Kate Ceberano (above) at Memo on Sunday arvo, Renee Geyer on Saturday night, Nigella (AKA Raelene Isbester) is a tasty start for the local Fringe scene, Emma Gilmartin serenades at Phamish on Thursday, GLOW lights up Monarch Lane on the weekend, writer & holocaust historian Mark Baker talks about the end of love at Readings and much more …

Israeli Film Festival @ Alex
Until Saturday 16 September
The Alex Theatre is one of the venues for this festival of contemporary Israeli cinema.
Alex sessions listed 

David Gilmour Live at Pompeii @ Astor

Wednesday 13 September. 7.30 pm
Pink Flyod’s David Gilmour features in a ‘worldwide’ event. Should sound good in the Astor.

Behind the Façade @ Gallery (St Kilda Town Hall)

Until Wednesday 13 September
Take a peek behind the scenes at intriguing local places with local photographer Michael Kluge.
More info

Mark Baker @ Readings
Thursday 14 September, 6.30-7.30pm
Part of Melbourne Jewish Book Week, Mark will talk about writing memoir and commemorating loss.
FREE admission but registration recommended

Jazz with Emma Gilmartin @ Phamish
Thursday 14 September, 7 pm
This week Emma Gilmartin, next week Rebecca Barnard. Free entry.

Nigella – love bites @ Alex

Thursday 14 September – 23 September, 8 pm
Performed by Raelene Isbester, Nigella – Love Bites is a triumphant character cabaret that explores the sugar highs and front page lows of Nigella’s career. ‘Love Bites is an ooey, gooey delight,’
Info and tix

Jazzy Jeudi @ Alliance Française
Thursday 14 September, 8 pm
The New Impromptu Quartet will this month be joined by hammond organ player Tim Neal along with two guest vocalists. $20

Glow light sculpture @ Monarch Lane
Dusk til dawn, Friday September 15 – Sunday 17
Part of the Fringe, GLOW is a light sculpture in the lane next to Monarch Cakes.

GLOW Children’s drawing workshop @ Monarch Lane and then VegOut
Sunday 17 September, 1 pm and 2.30 pm
Meeting in Monarch Lane learn about our light sculpture and how it is inspired by Acland Street and the St Kilda community. Then walk to the Veg Out Community Garden to draw your own ideas for Monarch Lane.
Free but bookings please 

Eat your veggies @ UP! Athletic (St Kilda Lifesaving Club)
Saturday 16 September, 10.30 am – 12 noon
Discover exciting new ways to get more plant foods into your diet with Amanda Meggison.
$35 (includes snacks)

The Bells @ Acland Street Plaza
Saturday 16 – Sunday 17 September
Saturday 6 pm – 6.40 pm and Sunday 2 pm – 2.40 pm
Watch on in awe as performers construct an 8 metre high bell tower and then leap through the air suspended on ropes.

Renee Geyer @ Memo

Saturday 16 September, 8 pm
Our local vocal queen in a great intimate venue. $45 / $33

Connor’s Run @ Catani Gardens
Sunday 17 September, 8 am and 10 am starts
Sold out fun run and walk to raise funds for cancer research in memory of Connor Dawes, who died aged 18 from brain cancer.

Kate Cenerano @ Memo
Sunday 17 September, 2.30 pm
An afternoon delight. $52 / $33

Body & Soul Zumba Fitness Tour @ Alex

Sunday 17 September, 2.30 pm
One hour dance workshop and a 2 hour master class for dance and fitness.$55


The Way Out @ Redstitch

Until 24 September
The Way Out is a new play by Josephine Collins, developed through the Red Stitch INK program. Featuring Kevin Hofbauer, Rory Kelly, Grace Lowry, Olga Makeeva, Dion Mills, Khisraw Jones-Shukoor and Sahil Saluja.

Big Heart @ Theatreworks
Until 24 September
Written by Patricia Cornelius and Directed by Susie Dee, Big Heart is the story of a woman who adopts a child from each of the continents. She believes she offers the children a better life, free from poverty, war, or neglect.

Melbourne Fringe @ Local venues
14 September – 1 October
Redstitch, Eildon Gallery, Alex and National Theatres are hosting local Fringe Festival events.
Fringe program

Nigella – love bites @ Alex
Thursday 14 – 23 September, 8 pm
St Kilda Stories @ National
Tuesday 26 September – 30 September
WouldMan @ National
Tuesday 26 – 28 September
Lady Bunny in Trans-Jester @ Alex
Saturday 29 September, 8.15
The Umbilical Brothers: Mess @ Alex
Friday 22 September – Sunday 24 September
Gospolation @ National
Friday 28 – 30 September, 7.30
No Offence @ Alex
Friday 28 – 30 September

BOOK NOW: Heart of St Kilda Concert 28 Nov tix on sale now – get in while you can for the big tenth anniversary show. Tix