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

Robot Song @ TheatreWorks
Until Saturday 13 April
Meet Juniper, a smart 11-year-old whose world is turned upside down when the arm of a giant robot appears on her doorstep and takes her on an unexpected journey.
A new work for ages 8–12. $35/$25

We’re All Going To Die @ Espy
Tuesday 26 March – Thursday 29 March, 6.30 pm
We’re All Going To Die is a creative community that uses death to empower you through an immersive art festival in a pub. $45/$30

50 Shades! The Musical Parody @ Alex
Wednesday 27 March – Sunday 7 April
MICF: A guilty pleasure with uninhibited performances, hot dirty dancing and loads of BDSM (Best Damn Songs and Music). $57/$49

Blockage – temporary sculptures @ Three locations
From Thursday 28 March to Sunday 28 April
Georgian born local artist, Nina Sanadze has created three sculptures in response to the ubiquitous security bollards that protect and impede us.
Bollard Up a Tree
In a tree outside St Kilda Town Hall
Building Blocks
Levitating toy blocks in Acland Court
A mysterious surveillance apparatus on St Kilda beach

The Second Hand Space Suits @ Ember Lounge
Friday 29 March, 7.30 pm
This is a joyous romp through classic songs. $15

Ross Noble @ Palais
Friday 29 March – Saturday 30 March, 8 pm
MICF: What happens when comedy takes human form? $50

Girls do Elvis @ Firefly
Saturday 30 March, 7.30 pm
All girls, all Elvis, All over it. Some of Melbourne’s finest female Elvis devotees are together for one night only. $25/$20

Luka Bloom in the arvo @ Memo
Sunday 31 March, 3.00 pm
Afternoon gig after the first one sold out.

Comedy Pub Crawl @ St Kilda
Sunday 31 March, 2 pm
MICF Laughs and lager in the arvo.

Tour ‘Lost Elwood’ with Isaac Hermann @ Elwood
Sunday 31 March, 2 pm
Isaac Hermann, local history buff , guides a historical society walk through the leafy streets of Elwood. $5 Earlier session booked out in hours, so hurry Book

Free music venues – check their websites for the line-up of free gigs
Hotel Esplanade
Dogs Bar
Claypots Seafood Bar

Suggest a free music venue


Dance Nation @ Red Stitch
Until Sunday 14 April
Part of the Comedy Festival, Clare Barron’s prize winning new play explores puberty, ambition and friendship, set within the turbulent world of competitive dance. $55/$42/$29


Macnamara Candidates’ Forum @ St Kilda Town Hall
Wednesday 3 April , 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm
Liberal, Labor and Greens candidates for Macnamara (formerly Melbourne Ports) speaking on their parties’ policies on Climate Change & Energy.
Free tickets on Eventbrite