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

A triathlon with a difference @WanderlustFest with yoga, meditation and a run in Catani Gardens, Lamb on the menu @redstitch, ‘Gruntry-Pop’ pocket rocket Brooke Taylor @memomusichall and Bollywood legend Pankaj Udhas @TheNatTheatre

Lamb @ Redstitch
From Tuesday 13 November
Lamb is a new play with songs by Mark Seymour. It’s the story of one family on an Australian sheep farm, over generations – the guilt of those who left; the lost desires of those who stayed behind.

Brooke Taylor @ Ember Lounge
Thursday 15 November, 7.30 pm
‘Gruntry-Pop’ pocket rocket Brooke Taylor and full band launch her latest single ‘Your Side of Our Bed’. Support from Blues songstress Jess Parker & The Troubled Waters. $20 Preview on YouTube

The Catherine Tate Show Live @ Palais
Thursday 15 November – Saturday 17 November, 7.00 pm
The Catherine Tate Show including ‘Nan’ Taylor, Irish nurse Bernie, Geordie Georgie, Essex girl Sam…and the return of a certain argumentative teenager…

Graeme Rowe’s Pleasure @ Brightspace
From 15 November to 1 December
New paintings and works on paper

Wanderlust 108 @ Catani Gardens
Saturday 17 November, 7.30 am – 3.30 pm
An international moving festival featuring triathlon with a difference, yoga, running and meditation.
TixSpring Fair @ Christ Church Acland Street
Saturday 17 November, 10 am – 4 pm
Wander the grounds of the beautiful Anglican church on Acland for their spring fair, craft, book, plants, colectable and more.

Go-Go Dancing @ Town Hall
Saturday 17 November, 1 pm – 3 pm
Join the fabulous Anna Go-Go in this fun and energetic 60s Go-Go dancing workshop, where you will learn moves such as the twist, the watusi, the hully gully and the pony! Adults 16 + Free

Emily Williams pays respect to Aretha @ Memo
Saturday 17 November 2018, 8.30 pm
Emily can sing – YouTube – $35 at door

Glimpse of Hope CD launch @ St Kilda Baptist Church
Sunday 18 November, 3 pm
Join Digby Hannah and the Solstice Singers Choir
9 Pakington Street, St Kilda

Pankaj Udhas Live @ National
Sunday 18 November, 6.30 pm
The legendary Ghazal maestro and well known Bollywood singer Pankaj Udhas performing live.

The Hamlet Apocalypse @ Theatre Works
Until Sunday 18 November
Seven actors stage Hamlet on the eve of the apocalypse. As the line between fiction and reality blurs; the actors, their characters and their worlds collide and are distilled into the simplest of human states. $35

Bayside Brushstrokes @ Space2b

Until 30 November (opening Friday 9 November, 6 pm – 8 pm)
Steffie Wallace, Neil Wallace and David Ikin in a group exhibition called Brushstrokes.
More info
Space2b, 144 Chapel Street, St Kilda
Tuesday – Friday: 10 am – 5 pm | Saturday: 10 am – 2 pm


Jessie Cole with Anna Krien @ Readings
Monday 19 November, 6.30 pm
Jessie Cole’s Staying is a searing memoir about surviving the suicide of loved ones, and finding a place to heal. Hear the acclaimed novelist discuss Staying with Anna Krien. Free, but please book here.

Great War walk and talk @ St Kilda
Sunday 25 November, 5.00 pm
Join local historian Maureen Walker for an early evening walk around the foreshore to learn how St Kilda celebrated the end of WWI and how local veterans were welcomed home. Visit the memorial cenotaph, the St Kilda Pier (lots happened there), Luna Park, Memo Hall, and much more. $5
Bookings essential