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

Comment on booze restrictions @ Council online
Have your say about the trial alcohol restrictions introduced after the trashing of St Kilda Beach at Christmas. The Council survey is open until midnight on Tuesday 6 March, 2018.
Have your say

Grace Jones @ Palais
Monday 26 February, 7 pm
Check out this fan (ie crappy handheld sound) of Grace last year on stage on YouTube – grace at any age!
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Art of the Teese @ Palais
Thursday 1 March and Thursday 2 March, 8.30 pm
Dita Von Teese is billed as the consummate performer in modern burlesque. $98 +
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Rapture book launch @ Readings
Thursday 1 March, 6.30 pm
Launch of actor and director Jeremy Stanford’s first novel, Rapture, a cracking tale of an atheist couple whose child is born with a halo. Free

This is Joni by Lauren Elizabeth @ Memo
Friday 2 March, 8.30 pm
Memo has a great rep for stylish tribute nights. Here local songstress Lauren Elizabeth presents a journey through the music and times of Joni Mitchell. Backed by a cracking band. $30 seat / $18 standing
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Beer and food festival @ Catani Gardens
Saturday 3 March, 1 pm – 9 pm
A ticketed event featuring beer, food and music (and some laughs). Up to $35 ph

Harry Manx @ Memo
Saturday 3 March, 8.30 pm
Here’s a treat. We all love talented Canadians, and Harry fits the bill. Award winning multi-instrumentalist is down under for the folk and blues festival circuit – don’t miss him up close and personal in St Kilda. $59 seat / $50 standing | YouTube Take this Hammer
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Pure Gold Live @ Palais
Saturday 3 March, 7 pm
An early start is needed for some of these senior rockers, but hey its Pure Gold. Featuring a spectacular line up Uncanny X-Men, Pseudo Echo, Kids in the Kitchen, Hush, Wendy Matthews, Chocolate Starfish, Eurogliders, Billy Miller, Deborah Conway, Joe Dolce, Paul Norton, The Chantoozies, Sean Kelly, Stars, Stephen Cummings, Real Life and Dale Ryder.
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CBC St Kilda Open Day @ Westbury Street, St Kilda East

Sunday 4 March, 12 noon – 3 pm
With adjacent sister secondary school, Presentation College Windsor (PCW) and St Mary’s primary, CBC are holding their annual Open Day this Sunday. All welcome – enjoy the festivities, (including free sausage sizzle).
11 Westbury Street, St Kilda East

Shane Nicholson brings his golden guitar @ Memo
Sunday 4 March, 2 pm
“I love the sound of a golden guitar in the afternoon, it sounds like …” You’ll find out when Shane brings his Alternative Country / Americana style to St Kilda. $25 / $18 | YouTube Hell Breaks Loose
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Hand to God @ Alex
Until 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
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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
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Coming up

Comedy-Allstars-Supershow @ Palais
Wednesday 28 March, 7.30
The Oxfam Gala is already sold out, but this gig looks like a good start to the local Comedy Festival offering.
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