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

Don’t let the Grand Prix cramp your style. There’s plenty of other action in St Kilda which will be proudly ‘as usual’ This Week In St Kilda

Shakespeare Grove Artists @ Carlisle Street Arts Space

Wednesday 21 March – Wednesday 18 April
Open 8.30 am – 5 pm weekdays
Artists celebrate 20 years at Shakespeare Grove with a diverse exhibition.
Carlisle Street Arts Space, 99a Carlisle Street, St Kilda

Philosophique Des Toilettes @ Alex
Wednesday March 21 8.00pm
Spoken word poetry and philosophical conversations inspired by public toilet wall graffiti found in Melbourne pubs. This week “There Is More to Me Than I Once Was Taught” with Tenda McFly, Steve Smart and May Jasper. $26/$21
Info and tix

Music for Holy Week @ All Saints’
Sunday 25 March 4 pm
A Palm Sunday performance with Ensemble Gombert presenting an all-Renaissance program of music for Holy Week. $25/$15/students free
All Saints’ Church
2 Chapel St East St Kilda

The Longest Lunch @ Luna Park mouth
Friday 23 March, 12 pm – 2 pm
An exquisite lunch will be prepared for Melbourne’s homeless community. Your $60 donation will provide a homeless person a 3-course lunch.

Pedal powered cinema @ Point Ormond Elwood

Saturday 24 March, 8 pm – 10 pm
Take your turn in the saddle to power a movie for Earth Hour. Snack on raw food treats, make your own pedal powered smoothie
or enter a competition to win a bicycle. Free

Laneway Festival @ Space2b

25 March, 10 am – 3 pm
Connect with artists, buy some beautiful products, eat exotic food and listen to world.
Rear, 144 Chapel Street, St Kilda

The Art of African Headwraps workshop @ space2b
Sunday 25 March, 11-1pm
Have you ever wondered how African women wrap their gorgeous headgear… here is your chance to learn how it’s done and have your very own. Nehanda and Watiri will talk about this traditional art, different textiles and different styles of head Wraps. $15

United Threads Fashion Show@ Space2b
Sunday 25 March 1.30 pm – 2.30 pm
A fashion show of culturally-inspired outfits lovingly created by established designers and everyday people who love to create. Designs from Sudan, Nigeria, Nepal, Tibet, Myanmar, Iran and Afghanistan $15

March With Me @ Along the foreshore
Sunday 25 March
Choose your team and march for youth mental health. The full route starts in Moonee Ponds and travels through the city for the best bit – the stretch along the foreshore through St Kilda – and then to Brighton.

Dead mayors tour @ St Kilda Cemetery
Sunday 25 March, 2 pm
Hear about the lives of some of the earliest mayors of St Kilda; from Benjamin Cowderoy to Sir George Turner, all served their community well. $10
info@foskc.org 9531 3648


Colder @ Red Stitch
Tuesday 13 March – 8 April
Inspired by a real event, this lyrical and provocative play explores the unknowns surrounding missing persons and the fog which engulfs those left behind.
Tix and info 

Coming soon

Yma Sumac – The Peruvian Songbird @ Alex
28 and 29 March
Ali McGregor now brings her astounding voice and charismatic stage presence to an amazing story of 1950’s mambo mania. A treat. $40
Info and tix

Chris Wilson live in the arvo @ Memo
Sunday 25 March, 3 pm
The power. The passion. In the afternoon. Don’t miss it.