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

Pride March Sunday 11 am @midsumma, Tex Perkins @memomusichall, Mama Alto in the Library @cityportphillip,
Butch on stage @Theatre_Works, Sweet Phoebe previews @redstitch,  Daryl Braithwaite @espy
and free indigenous arts @YalukutFestival.
This Week in St Kilda

The Butch Monologues @ Theatre Works
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

Sweet Phoebe @ Red Stitch
From Tuesday 29 January
A tightly wound, masterful play by one of Australia’s most acclaimed playwrights, Michael Gow. Until 3 March
Info and tix

Espy Moves dance class @ Espy
Tuesday 29 January, 6.30 pm
Dance routines inspired by the themes and choreography from music video clips.This week Madonna Vs Britney. All ages $27.50/$16.50
Tix and info

Davey Lane & Band @ Espy
Wednesday 30 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 

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

The Torch: Confined 10 @ Carlisle Street Art Space

From Thursday 31 January to
Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm
The Torch supports Indigenous offenders and ex-offenders to explore their culture and identity through art. Closes 27 February
St Kilda Town Hall, 99a Carlisle Street, St Kilda

Yaluk-ut Weelam Ngargee @ Memo
Friday 1 February, 7 pm
Ticketed event with MC’ed by Leila Gurruwiwi; line-up features Mojo Juju, The Merindas, Squid Nebula and Kalyani, with incredible spoken word artists Neil Morris, Monica Karo and Benson Sualo. $25$20

Cowsmuff + Bloody Rascals @ Espy
Friday 1 February, 8 pm
The curiously named Cowsmuff launch their debut album Chin Music with their last ever gig! That’s rock n roll. Free

Daryl Braithwaite @ Espy
Friday 1 February, 8 pm
Right now Daryl Braithwaite is showing no signs of slowing down. See for yourself. $48.50

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

Tex Perkins and The Fat Rubber Band @ Memo
Saturday 2 February, 7.30 pm
Tex’s exciting new band with Matt Walker – Tex Perkins and The Fat Rubber Band. It’s a blues swamp-groove kinda thing.
Info and tix

Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson @ Palais
Saturday 2 February, 8.00 pm
Roger Hodgson, famous for all of the classic Supertramp mega-hits that he wrote, composed and sang, is on a world tour to celebrate the 40th anniversary of ‘Breakfast in America’.

Midsumma’s Pride March @ Fitzroy Street
Sunday 3 February, 11 am to 4 pm

For King & Country @ Palais
Sunday 3 February, matinee and evening
Join Aussie-born and Nashville, Tennessee raised brothers for their debut homeland performance.

Next week

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

Book early

Chloe Hooper @ Library
Thursday 14 February, 6.30 pm
Award-winning author Chloe Hooper talks to Robin Bowles about her latest book, The Arsonist: A Mind on Fire.
Hurry will book out