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

Mega week of music, Midsumma and more.
This Week in St Kilda

Interactive embroidery workshop @ JewMu
Tuesday 22 January, 10 am to 12 noon or Wednesday 23 January. 1.30 pm – 3.30 pm
This hands-on embroidery workshop with artist-in-residence, Anna Hechtman, is for kids
aged 11+. $50

The Acland Street Express @ Ember Lounge
Wednesday 23 January, 7.30 pm
Catch Jake Mason (organ), Danny Spencer (guitar and vocals) snd Andrew Swann (drums & vocals) as
they drive through blues, soul and roots. $10

Davey Lane & Band @ Espy
Wednesday 23 January, 8.00 pm
Davey Lane (You Am I) and his band takes over The Espy’s Basement during Jan & Feb. Different
supports each night. Free entry
Espy gigs

Twilight Market @ O’Donnell Gardens
Thursdays until 7 February, 5.00 pm – 10.00 pm
Food vans, hippy crafts and clothes.

Jack Howard Lightheavyweight Record Launch @ Memo
Thursday 24 January, 7.15 pm
Lightheavyweight has Jack’s lyrical trumpet lines and arrangements layered over pulsing beats.
“Think Gorillaz with brass”. $20

The Mercy Kills + The Dead Amigos @ Espy
Friday 25 January, 8.00 pm
Live in the basement. Free
Espy gigs

Tumbleweed @ Espy
Friday 25 January, 8.00 pm
The ‘stoner rock’ riffs of Wollongong’s Tumbleweed in the Gershwin Room. $33
Espy gigs

Harry Howard & The NDE with Kim Salmon Album Launch @ Memo
Friday 25 January, 7.30 pm
Harry Howard and the NDE team up with fellow demigod Kim Salmon down south to play for “Summer
Sounds of St. Kilda”. $25

Achievement Hunter Live @ Palais
Friday 25 January, 8.00 pm
“Get stoked for a solid night of gameplay, comedy, and conversations.” $50 +

Deitra Farr (USA) with The Redeemers @ Memo
Saturday 26 January, 7.30 pm
Deitra Farr is considered one of Chicago ’s top vocalists, according to Living Blues Magazine
(May 1997). $45 / $30

The Butch Monologues @ Theatre Works
Sunday 27 January until Sunday 3 February, various times
Powerful secret stories exploring sexuality, vulnerability and desire taken from interviews with
butches, masculine women, gender rebels and transmen living across the world. $32 / $27

Lisa Miller in the arvo @ Memo

Sunday 27 January, 3.00 pm
Lisa Miller and Guitar Hero Shane O’Mara in an afternoon gig ideal for a long weekend. $20

Cosmic Psychos @ Espy
Sunday 27 January, 8.00 pm
Good thing Monday is a holiday. A defining band of the yob rock genre. $38
Espy gigs


Give a F*ck Cabaret @ Theatre Works
Until Sunday 27 January, 9 pm
Foot-stomping musical numbers, electrifying dance acts, impossible circus feats, gender-smashing drag and provocative live art, this Cabaret is a riotous call-to-action.

Truly Madly Britney @ Theatre Works
Saturday 19 January, 7.00 pm
A new work by Alberto Di Troia, Truly Madly Britney is new Australian writing that is loud,
queer, hilarious, considered and surprising. Ends Saturday 9 February
Midsumma @ Theatre Works program
Southside Midsumma Program 

Next week

Mama Alto on Queer storytelling @ Library
Thursday 31 January, 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm
In this very special presentation, transgender jazz singer,
cabaret artiste and community activist Mama Alto will explore the nature of queer storytelling.
Free – hurry this will book out!


Sweet Phoebe @ Red Stitch
From 29 January
A tightly wound, masterful play by one of Australia’s most acclaimed playwrights, Michael Gow.

Yaluk-ut Weelam Ngargee @ O’Donnell Gardens
Saturday 2 February
A free indigenous arts and cultural festival held annually O’Donnell Gardens.

Pride March @ St Kilda
Sunday 3 February, 11 am start
Note the earlier start time.

St Kilda Festival @ St Kilda
Sunday 10 February
See the line up and program