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Aesthetic Distortions @ Carlisle Street Arts Space
Abundance & Abandon Gala Fundraiser @Theatre_Works
Price Check – The Concert @AlexTheatreStk
Pink Floyd Experience @PalaisTheatre
Queen Forever @ Prince
Mentals in the afternoon @memomusichall
Live N Local @LiveNLocalFest
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Price Check – the musical @ Alex
Thursday 1 August – Saturday 3 August, 8.00 pm
A new Australian musical comedy set in a suburban supermarket. 6-piece orchestra. $35/$25
TWiSK reader prize
Double pass for Thursday 1 August show for the first reader to email

Aesthetic Distortions @ Carlisle Street Arts Space
Until Wednesday 7 August
Daniel Coulson’s work ranges from small delicate pieces on sketchbook paper to cardboard storage boxes.
(Image: Picture: Andy Brownbill, Port Phillip Leader)
St Kilda Town Hall

Vanessa Amorosi @ Memo
Thursday 1 August, 7.30 pm
One show only. $50 +

Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies @ Astor
Thursday 1 August, 7.30 pm
On Jerry Garcia’s birthday, join Dead Heads from around the world for the 9th Annual Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies – the first to go global – features the previously unreleased complete June 17, 1991 concert from Giants Stadium.

Thurston Moore plays Maya Deren @ Astor
Friday 2 August, 9.00 pm
Iconic musician and former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore in a special live performance.

Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women @ Brightspace
Friday 2 August, 7 pm – 9 pm
Exhibition until 17 August
Now in it’s third year, Maggie’s prize features entries from women photographers using only available light.
See the finalists
8 Martin Street
11-5 Wed-Fri & Sat 12-4

Abundance & Abandon Gala Fundraiser @ Theatre Works
Friday 2 August, 7 pm
Claire Hooper hosts an entertainment packed gala fundraiser with dinner. Amazing line up of local creatives, including Mama Alto. $130

Workshop: Love is in the Earth @ Space2b
Saturday 3 August, 11 am – 12 noon
Create a clay Seed Heart to green our Earth. (16+) $15
More info and bookings 

Pink Floyd Experience @ Palais
Saturday 3 August, 8 pm
Internationally touring tribute show. $124 +

Queen Forever @ Prince
Saturday 3 August, 8 pm
Quality Queen tribute at the aptly named Prince. $40

Record Fair @ Espy
Sunday 4 August, 12 pm – 4 pm
Dig through hundreds of crates of new and used records from some of Melbourne’s best vinyl dealers. Music too!

Mentals in the afternoon @ Memo
Sunday 4 August, 3 pm
Great tunes, great show. These guys are still killing it after 40+ years. $35


Rain Room @ The Prince
9 August – 29 September
NOTE weekends already fully booked. A 100 square metre field of continuous rainfall, Rain Room is a responsive environment engaging all the senses, allowing you to be fully immersed in the rain while simultaneously protected from it. 20-minute sessions Family 4 – $88.70, Single $31/$26

Live N Local @ St Kilda

Saturday 24 –  Saturday 31 August
A big week of gigs across St Kilda venues including Dog Bars, Espy, Prince, Pause, Big Mouth, FireFly, Vineyard and more.
Line up

Fringe Festival

Thursday 12 –  Sunday 29 September
Melbourne Fringe will be back for another celebration of independent art. The program is out soon, we’ll bring you local details.

Sue Ingleton on her book Making Trouble @ RSL
Sunday 11 August, 4.30 – 6.00 pm
The Historical Society presents Sue Ingleton talking on her recently published ‘imagined history’, Making Trouble – Harriet E. Dick & Alice C. Moon.
SKHS members: $5 / Non-members $10 / $5 includes a complimentary drink

Writers Fest: Sam George-Allen @ Library
Saturday 7 September, 2 pm
Writer and musician Sam George-Allen discusses her thoughtful work Witches: What Women Do Together. Her work is a personal and intricate exploration of the magic that occurs wherever women gather. With Eloise Grills.

Writers Fest: Sophie Cunningham @ Library
Saturday 31 August, 2 pm
Sophie Cunningham speaks about her thought-provoking City of Trees.

On going

Pomona @ Red Stitch
Until 11 August
“The feel bad hit of the winter” The Age
A powerful thriller about what lies beneath the veneer of civilisation and the price you pay to find out.
Red Stitch

Fifty Words @ Alex
Until Saturday 10 August
An incisive close-up of the emotional battleground of contemporary relationships and the lengths to which a couple will go to save it. From $35