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Ease your way into Easter with some real treats This Week in St Kilda

Courtney Act – Under The Covers @ Alex
Tuesday 27 March,
Victorious in Celebrity Big Brother UK,  doyenne of drag Courtney is back with the crown and the jewels, $50

Fierce @ Theatre Works
Wednesday 28 March – Sunday 8 April, 8 pm (Not Mondays)
Suzie Flack has made it. She’s the first female footballer to play professionally with the men. $45/$33

Yma Sumac – The Peruvian Songbird @ Alex

Wednesday 28 and Thursday 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

Jackson Brown @ Palais
Thursday 29 March, 7.30 pm
Songwriter, singer and activist, Jackson Brown is touring with a crack band of mates. TWISK will be there.

Rag’n’Bone Man @ Palais

Saturday 31 March, 8.15 pm
This Brit is taking the charts by storm. And he’s been performing since he was 5!

Robert Plant @ Palais
Sunday 1 April and Monday 2 April, 7 pm
The legendary voice of Led Zeppelin returns to Australia along with his band, The Sensational Space Shifters.

Gone With The Wind @ Astor
Sunday 1 April, 2 pm
Epic Easter Monday with plenty to give a damn about.

Open Mic @ St Kilda Comedy Club
Monday 2 April, 8 pm
Based in a tiny Blessington Street café, the St Kilda Comedy Club is attracting an audience. Check out their offerings in the MICF.
35 Blessington Street, opposite the laundromat


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


Special tribute screening of Gurrumul @ Astor
Saturday 14 April, 4 pm
Join Director Paul Williams, Gurrumul’s musical collaborator and producer Michael Hohnen, his brother Jonathan Yunupingu and Paul Kelly at this special screening. $30 General Admission