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

Expect a jubilant post-plebiscite Pride March on Sunday as St Kilda shows it’s colors on Fitzroy Street This Week in St Kilda

Cinema musicals @ Alex Theatre
Until Saturday 27 January, 7.15 pm
Wednesday 7.15 pm: Hairspray
Thursday 7.15 pm: Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Friday 7.15 pm: Sweeney Todd
Saturday 3 pm: Billy Elliot Live
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Stop Making Sense @ Astor
Friday 26 January, 7.30 pm
The sumptuous and syncopated 1984 film by Director Jonathan Demme brings Talking Head’s contagious beats to the big screen.
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Rocky Horror with pelvic thrusts @ Astor
Saturday 27 January, 7.30 pm
The Pelvic Thrusts are billed as Melbourne’s smuttiest shadow cast.
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Miss Gay & Miss Transsexual Australia International @ Town Hall
Saturday 27 January, 6.00 pm – 10.00 pm.
The ninth Miss Gay and Miss Transsexual Australia International returns to St Kilda. We do wonder why the publicity shot has the Opera House 🙂

Pride March @ Fitzroy Street
Sunday 28 January, 2 pm – 7 pm
Join friends, family, colleagues and strangers for the Pride March and the after march celebrations in the Catani Gardens. Note: new no booze rules apply.

Before the march rainbow story time @ St Kilda Library
Sunday 28 January, 11 am – 12 noon
A special Sunday story time to celebrate community Pride. Meet at the library before heading to the Pride March or just come along for some colourful stories and songs. No bookings required.

And next week …

Hir @ Redstitch
From Tuesday 30 January
Red Stitch kicks off the year with Hir – offered as part of Midsumma – a tenderly heartfelt and highly intelligent new work from one of the ground-breaking artists of our time, Taylor Mac, whose A 24-Decade History of Popular Music was the critical smash hit of the 2017 Melbourne Festival.
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AntigoneX @ Theatre Works

Tuesday 30 January – Sunday 4 February
Midsumma theatre offering – A tragedy all queered up with science, fake sun, beach balls, a paddle pool, global warming and a cool clown called AntigoneX. Who needs catharsis in this heat?
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Pride Shabbat @ Temple Beth Israel
Friday 2 February, 6.15 pm
Join TBI for the fifth annual Pride Shabbat Service which celebrates and honours the Jewish LGBTQIA+ community and its supporters. Everyone welcome.

Amy Winehouse – A Tribute @ Memo
Sunday 4 February, 2 pm and 7 pm
This tribute features some fine singers including Elana Stone (All our Exes Live in Texas), Kylie Auldist (The Bamboos, Cookin on 3 Burners), Rita Satch, Loretta Miller (Jazz Party), Alma Zygier, Husky Gawenda (Husky) and Lachlan Mitchell (Jazz Party, Vulture Street Tape Gang). Musical Director Darcy Mcnulty (Jazz Party / Clairy Browne & The Bangin Rackettes), will head up an all star band.
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