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

HIR at Red Stitch is rocking audiences as part of Midsumma with a confronting drama by Taylor Mac. Until 4 March (see below)

Hand to God @ Alex
Thursday 22 February – 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 YouTube
Tix and info

Paint for fun @ The Hub
Friday 23 February, 7.30 pm – 9.30 pm
Fun social painting class in a café – looks like a great Friday night with gal pals. $52

Mentals @ Memo
Saturday 24 February, 7.30 pm
Summer, surfing and Mentals – those nips are getting bigger – if you go, can I come too. $45/$35

Holi Tribe Festival @ St Kilda Beach
Saturday 24 February, 11 am – 7 pm
A ticketed event celebrating Indian youth culture at St Kilda’s South Beach. “A unique event that offers a taste of Indian Holi and will take your spirit dancing non stop to Techno, Trance, Deep House and Tech House.” $25
Tix and info

St Kilda Latin Festival @ O’Donnell Gardens
Saturday 24 February and Sunday 25 February, 11 am – 10 pm
Frankly all we know about this event is that involves music, culture, food and beer. Presumably there will be dancing.

The Sporting Tour @ St Kilda Cemetery
Sunday 25 February, 2.00 pm
Not your average grid girls; pictured are Joan Richmond and Elsie Wisdom in their Riley in 1932. Visit the grave of racing car driver Joan Richmond and other sporting champions such as tennis player Sir Norman Brookes. $10.00 with afternoon tea. Meet at main gate.

Miller time in the afternoon @ Memo

Sunday 25 February, 3 pm
Billy Miller and the Love Bros crank out the classics in the afternoon. $20

Ongoing ….

Confined 9 exhibition @ Carlisle Street Arts Space
Until Wednesday 14 March, council hours
Confined 9 shows work by Indigenous artists who are part of the Torch’s arts in prison and community program.
More info
St Kilda Town Hall
Image : Trevor Mitchell, Barkindji people, Anabranch #1, 2017, acrylic on canvas. Where the Murray and Darling Rivers meet.

HIR @ Redstitch
Until 4 March
Red Stitch kicks off the year with HIR – offered as part of Midsumma – a tenderly heartfelt new work from Taylor Mac, whose A 24-Decade History of Popular Music was the critical smash hit of the 2017 Melbourne Festival.
Four Stars: The Age
Tix and info