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

Dine with Heart in May @ St Kilda venues
May is Dine with Heart month.
Stuff yourself and help Sacred Heart at these great local venues:
The Espy will donate $2 from every meal sold in May.
Radio Mexico will donate $2 from every Taco sold, every Tuesday in May.
St Kilda Burger Bar will be donating $2 from every ALL BLACKS Burger sold in May.

Kacey Musgraves @ Palais
Tuesday 14 May
Multiple Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves on her first Australian tour.

Swansong @ Theatre Works
Wednesday 15 May to Saturday 18 May, 9 pm
A powerful Irish drama back for four nights only after a sell-out seasons in New York and LA. $47/$32

Andre Reyes (formerly of Gipsy Kings) @ Palais
Thursday 16 May, 8 pm
A dynamic concoction of rumba, flamenco and salsa.

Pop up toy library @ Library
Every Friday until 31 May, 10 am
Catch the Elwood toy library after Baby Rhyme Time and Tiny Tots Storytime sessions at St Kilda Library. Free

Open house @ Elwood St Kilda Neighbourhood House
Saturday 18 May, 11 am – 2 pm
An open house with so much happening. Mr Tuppys coffee and Cambodian BBQ, doggy photo booth by Petiquette, community eco mandala, community choir singing classes, indigenous art display and sales; plus face painting, water play, toy library and much, much more!

Bachelor Girl @ Memo
Saturday 18 May, 7.30 pm
With special guest Abbey Stone $40

The Lounge Detectives @ Espy
Sunday 19 May, 4 pm
The Lounge Detectives deliver classics tempered with a dose of mellow. Free in the Basement. YouTube

Nuclear nightmares @ Astor
Sunday 19 May, 7 pm
To my mind, nothing surpasses Mr Kubrick’s Dr Strangelove, but these films make an interesting double: Sidney Lumet’s Failsafe and the grim UK animation When the Wind Blows. Bunker down in the bush with baked beans and the bible territory.

The best of Baluk @ Linden
Until Sunday 23 June, Tuesday to Sunday 11 am to 4 pm
Baluk Arts collective presents an exhibition in urban Aboriginal art that explores notions of belonging, loss and motherhood. Free

1001 lights @ JewMu
Until 14 July
Featuring an immersive video installation ‘1001 Lights,’ this exhibition explores one of Judaism’s oldest traditions, the Shabbat.
26 Alma Rd, St Kilda

Yalukut Willam bike ride @ Bicycle Users Group
Saturday 25 May. 10 am – 12 pm
Start/Finish: St Kilda Town Hall, BYO bike
Join Port Phillip BUG on a community bike ride to visit 10 Aboriginal sites of significance. The 18 km ride will be a mix of on-road and shared path riding through Balaclava, Elwood, South Melbourne, Albert Park and Port Melbourne.
Location info | Bookings essential