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

Let Me Tremble @ Theatre Works
Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood @ Astor
Killing Heidi @ Espy
Abbey Road Live @ Palais
Pre-Spring Wetland Walk @ Elsternwick Park North
This Week in St Kilda

Shakespeare’s artists @ Carlisle Street Arts Space
Wednesday 14 August to Wednesday 11 September
A selection of works from the artists from Shakespeare Grove’s studio.

Let Men Tremble @ Theatre Works
Wednesday 14 August – Sunday 25 August
A rebellion. A revolt. A clarion call dripping with song, dance and theatrical madness.
Pay what you feel like weekend Sat 17 & Sun 18 August $5 min

Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood @ Astor

Thursday 15 August until 21 August, various times
Much anticipated, with ‘our’ Margot playing the ill-fated Sharon Tate.

Killing Heidi @ Espy
Thursday 15 August and Friday 16 August (sold out)
Hurry for your tix to Thursday’s show. $43

Abbey Road Live @ Palais
Thursday 15 August, 8 pm
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the iconic album live in concert with Kram (Spiderbait), Mark Wilson (Jet), Davey Lane (You Am I), Darren Middleton (Powderfinger) and special guests. $81

In Conversation @ Linden
Friday 16 August, 6.30 pm – 7.30 pm
Artists Cat Hope, Lucreccia Quintanilla and Mona Ruijs talk about the experimental world of sound art. $11

The Meltdown @ Memo
Friday 16 August, 7.30 pm
A blend of Stax and Motown with a healthy dose of the Nashville songwriting tradition. $25

LuOda @ Fyrefly
Friday August 16, 7:00 pm
Luoda is new, vocal-driven soul/rock band featuring four front-line vocalists.

Crafternoon > Generative Patterns with Sound & Code @ Linden

Saturday 17 August, 10AM to 2PM
Create patterns made with entirely with code and sound that can be used for live visuals, poster design, gift wrap, fabric and more. Bring is a laptop and some imagination! $44 suitable for ages 15+

Pre-Spring Wetland Walk @ Elsternwick Park North
Saturday 17 August, 10 am – 11 am
Explore the biodiversity of Elsternwick Park North (formerly a golf course) with the Ecocentre. Free
Registrations essential

Pseudo Echo @ Memo
Saturday 17 August, 7.30 pm
Get ready for Funky Town, with dual keytars, blazing raw guitar and electronic drums. With Tanya George. $35

The New Savages @ Fyrefly
Saturday 17 August, 7.30 pm
The New Savages are an updated take on the Delta Blues.

Crafternoon for Kids > Sound Collage @ Linden

Sunday 18 August, 1PM to 3PM
Join sound artists Dale Gorfinkel and Bryan Phillips for a special sound workshop. Using recycled materials, organic or kitchen objects to create sound sculptures, kids will bang, clash and make a collective music composition. $15

Chris Harold’s Acid Funk Experience @ Ember Lounge
Sunday 18 August, 3.00 pm
Chris performs his all original, funk, blues hybrid satisfying every groove lovers appetite. $15

Stan Walker – New Takeover Tour II @ The Prince
Sunday 18 August, 7.30 pm
After a five-year absence and surviving a life-threatening illness, Stan Walker heralds his return to Australia – healthy, happy, strong and with new music.

Rain Room @ The Prince

Until 29 September
NOTE weekends already fully booked. A 100 square metre field of continuous rainfall, Rain Room is a responsive environment engaging all the senses, allowing you to be fully immersed in the rain while simultaneously protected from it. 20-minute sessions Family 4 – $88.70, Single $31/$26


Ulster American @ Red Stitch
From 20 August
Winner of the 2018 Best of Edinburgh award. Fragile egos clash in a searing comedy on show business post-#MeToo that captures the confusion of ‘woke’ men trying to mansplain their positions of power.

Treaty – a community conversation @ Town Hall

Thursday 22 August, 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Port Phillip Citizens for Reconciliation present a community conversation about Victoria’s historic Treaty process.
Guest speakers Richard Frankland and Diana David, Reconciliation Victoria CEO. Free.

Live N Local @ St Kilda

Saturday 24 –  Saturday 31 August
A big week of gigs across St Kilda venues including Dog Bars, Espy, Prince, Pause, Big Mouth, FireFly, Vineyard and more.
Line up

Fringe Festival

Thursday 12 –  Sunday 29 September
Melbourne Fringe will be back for another celebration of independent art. The program is out soon, we’ll bring you local details.