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

Get hungry, get arty, get musical, get entertained. This Week in St Kilda

Hank Marvin Big Burger Biannual @ Alma Park
Monday 12 March, 11 am – 10 pm
15 top notch burger flipping traders plus desserts, fully licensed bar, fun activities for the kids, and groovy tunes set in the picturesque Alma Park East
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Colder @ Red Stitch
Tuesday 13 March – 8 April
Inspired by a real event, this lyrical and provocative play explores the infinite unknowns surrounding missing persons and the fog which engulfs those left behind.
Tix and info

Unknown Neighbours @ Theatre Works
Tuesday 13 March – Sunday 18 March, 6.30 pm
Beginning inside local homes before moving through the streets and into Theatre Works, experience St Kilda through new eyes as five performers from Melbourne and Seoul.
Tix and info

Mural art @ Space2b

From Wednesday 14 March
See an exhibition of the many artists contributing to the Space2b Laneway Festival. Official opening Sunday 25 March during the festival.
144 Chapel Street
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Steve Poltz @ Memo

Thursday 15 Mar, 7.30 pm
Folk troubadour with great guitar techniques, unique melodies and old school story telling. $25 at the door
YouTube sample |  Tix

The Young Folk @ Memo

Friday 16 March, 7.30
From Ireland playing folk on St Patrick’s weekend!

The Beach Carnivale @ Elwood Reserve
Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 March. 10 am – 8 pm
Billed as sport, music and food in the sun, expect food trucks, cash prizes for sports competitions (3×3 Soccer, 3on3 Dodgeball, Table Tennis, Darts, 2on2 Volleyball), buskers and beer.

David Hurwitz – Concrete Fields @ Brightspace
Saturday 17 March – 7 April
Concrete fields rediscovers the urban landscape as though it were a natural formation, exploring the spaces we exist in and pass through everyday.

Into the Mystic for St Pats @ Memo
Saturday 17 March, 7.30 pm
Joe Creighton is the real deal – born and raised in Belfast – he channels Van Morrison with
love. Class act.

Chinese Ink Art Workshops @ St Kilda Library
Sunday 18 March, 1 pm ad 3 pm
Join award-winning Chinese brush painting artist and teacher Echo Wu for a fun and informative Chinese calligraphy and painting workshop. $6 Suitable 16 +
Bookings required

Big Country from Scotland @ Memo
Sunday 18 March, 8.30 pm
80s Celtic rockers with new album and classic tunes – check the clip from back in the day – spooky

Hand to God @ Alex
Until 18 March
All star local cast (Alison Whyte, Grant Piro, Gyton Grantley, Jake Speer, Morgana O’Rielly) present a multiple Tony Award nominated play. From $49.90
Tix and info 

Coming up

Henna Workshops @ St Kilda Library
Sunday 25 March, 10.30 and 2 pm
Join Neeta from Ada Henna for a hands-on Henna workshop. Participants will learn about Henna and its cultural significance and see a demonstration on how to mix fresh henna paste. $6 suit 16 +
Bookings required