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

St Kilda’s early story
Tuesday 17 April 6.30 pm – 8 pm
Town Hall Theatrette, 208–220 Bank Street, South Melbourne
Architect and historian Peter Johnson tells about the fascinating early development of St Kilda. Free
Bookings required.

Right Now @ Redstitch
From Tuesday 17 April
Australian premiere Written by award-winning Québécois playwright Catherine-Anne Toupin, Right Now s a daring and darkly humorous thriller that surprises at every turn.”

Shakespeare Grove Artists @ Carlisle Street Arts Space

Until Wednesday 18 April
Open 8.30 am – 5 pm weekdays
Artists celebrate 20 years at Shakespeare Grove with a diverse exhibition. Free
Carlisle Street Arts Space, 99a Carlisle Street, St Kilda

Sue Taffe in conversation with Peter Fitzpatrick @ Readings
Thursday 19 April, 6.30 pm
Join Sue Taffe, author of A White Hot Flame in conversation with Peter Fitzpatrick.

Dan Sultan in the arvo @ Memo
Sunday 22 April, 3 pm
Two shows sold out already, better hurry for this rare afternoon gig
Info and tix

Fiddler’s Feast @ All Saints’ Church
Sunday 22 April, 4 pm
Old and new adventures in improvisation with Tom Fitzgerald (piano, viola, violin) and his fellow-musicians, John Delaney (guitar) and Andrew Scott (double bass). $25/$15 Students free
See full program
2 Chapel St East St Kilda

Cool Jazz and Dinner @ Vegilicious,

Sunday 22 April, 6.30 – 9.00 pm
The trio comprises Jeff Karutz (sax and flute), Rob Ware (piano) and Greg Smith (Double Bass). The vibe is friendly and relaxed, the food vegetarian/vegan. There is no cover charge but table bookings for dinner are recommended because it is often booked out.
Book dinner through Vegilicious (9537 3820)
118 Carlisle Street, St.Kilda

Beyond the Layers exhibition @ space2b

Until 4 May
An exhibition curated by Panoply Gallery Online featuring Rosemary Williams and Amanda Ketterer.
amanda-ketterer-art.com | rosemarywilliamsart.com
Space2b , 144 Chapel St, Balaclava


Working Class Man: An Evening of Stories & Songs @ Palais
Saturday 28 April and Saturday 9 June
Oz rock icon, Jimmy Barnes, using his yarns and his music to reveal the truth behind Australia’s greatest rock’n’roll story.

Mother’s Day with Hannie @ Theatreworks
Sunday 13 May, 2.00 pm
This Mothers’ Day, Hannie Rayson takes over Theatre Works for a special panel experience with Brian Nankervis (RocKwiz), Osamah Sami (Good Muslim Boy), Brenton Spiteri (Victorian Opera) and Kat Stewart (Offspring). All proceeds from this event go to supporting Theatre Works. $20 / $25
Info and tix

St Kilda Film Festival @ Palais and Town Hall
Thursday 17 May – Saturday 26 May
After a gala opening night at the Palais, the festival stars at the St Kilda Town Hall with screenings, industry events and a place-to-be bar.
View the trailer, check the program