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

Rainbow adds color to Fitzroy Street @cityportphillip, the dead inhabit female bodies@Theatre_Works,  post-colonialist Delsinki with Justin Brady @memomusichall, Grease is the word @astor_theatre and We remember dedication to homeless @ Sacred Heart St Kilda.
This Week in St Kilda

A Chamber Made Work @ Theatre Works

Tuesday 14 August until Sunday 26 August, 8 pm (and matinees)
Dybbuks explores how the dead inhabit female bodies. $45/$37/$33

Rice and Wood exhibition @ Town Hall
Wednesday 15 August to Wednesday 12 September
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8.30 am to 5 pm
Thursdays 8.30 am to 7 pm during exhibitions
Take a contemplative journey into nature with Trudy Rice’s exhibition of botanical solar plate etchings. Local blacksmith David Wood investigates landscape through conceptual sketches and maquettes.
St Kilda Town Hall, 99a Carlisle Street, St Kilda

Delsinki & Justin Brady @ Memo
Thursday 16 August, 8.40 pm
Shape-shifting uncategorizable post-colonialist Delsinki with Justin Brady from “Things OF Stone & Wood” $20
YouTube https://youtu.be/VauwJDLSvsc

Grease 40th Anniversary Sing-A-Long @ Astor
Wednesday 15 August – Saturday 18 August, various times
Grease is the word, if you knew that, this is for you. And are you feeling old?

We remember dedication @ Sacred Heart Church

Sunday 19 August, 11 am
A dedication ceremony for a new memorial space for people who have died in homelessness and in other difficult situations. Renowned sculptor, Philip Cooper has completed a beautiful artwork for the memorial space entitled, We Remember.

Rainbow road @ Fitzroy Street
Sunday 19 August, from 12.30 pm
Be colorful at the official launch of the rainbow road that’s been painted on 35-metres of Jackson Street, where it meets Fitzroy Street.
St Kilda’s colourful new landmark 

Back to Balaclava walk @ Balaclava
Sunday 19 August, 2 – 4 pm
Walk the vibrant Balaclava retail precinct with Meyer Eidelson exploring the historic streetscapes, churches, pubs, railways and personalities. Free
Hurry, these book out fast 


The Ember Lounge @ Memo
Monday – Wednesdays with music from 8 pm, free entry
An intimate version of the Memo, a small bar with an up-close-and-personal stage.

Live n Local
25 August – 1 September
Full program

Alex Theatre
1 September: Underscore
Cushion Lounge
31 August: Phoenix Manson
Dogs Bar
1 September: The Tarantinos + Instrumental Asylum
Elsternwick Hotel
28 August: The Winterfriends
Elwood Lounge
26 August: Rachel Caddy
29 August: Open Mic Night
31 August: Suns Of Mercury

Freddy Wimpoles

31 August: Ellis King
The Firefly
01 September: Phil Para, Bernadette Novembre
Habitat Hq
30 August: The Royce Twins + Itchi
Lost On Barkly
1 September: Batz + Slim Jeffries
Lyrebird Lounge
29 August: Open Mic Night
30 August: Chicken Wishbone + Moses Carr
31 August: Running With Swords + Phoebe Day
Memo Music Hall
26 August: Woodes + Eilish Gilligan + Poppy Rose
30 August: Kutcha Edwards Band & Elwood Community Choir + Bumpy
Pause Bar
29 August: Brooke Taylor
1 September: Hvncoq + Tanya George + Daniel Elia + Sannia
26 August: Taylah Carroll
31 August: Knvyl

St Kilda Library

26 August: Mal Webb & Kylie Morrigan
29 August: Sugatree
The Local Taphouse
29 August: Simon Imrei
The Vinyard
1 September: Fuck The Fitzroy Doom Scene + The Bloody Rascal + The Dead Amigos
Full program