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

One seat, six candidates @ Alex
Monday 29 October, 6.30 pm
Meet candidates for the State seat of Albert Park, including  Martin Foley MP (ALP),  Andrew Bond (Liberal), Ogy Simic (Greens), Tamasin Ramsay (Animal Justice Party), Jarryd Bartle (Reason Party) and Steven Armstrong (Sustainable Australia).
Free event, no tickets, no registration, just turn up.
135 Fitzroy St

Spooktober @ Town Hall

Wednesday 31 October to Sunday 4 November
Hop on your broomstick and get along for a haunting experience.
Free but the best bits are ticketed from $22

Spring Awakening @ Alex
Thursday 1 November until Saturday 10 November, 7.30 pm
The winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood. $25

In The Mood @ Palais
Friday 2 November, 2 pm and 7.30 pm
In The Mood celebrates the hot sounds and jiving rhythms of the big band swing era. The String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra and In the Mood Singers & Dancers will bring more than fifty unforgettable hits to life.

The Pearly Shells @ Memo
Friday 2 November, 7.30 pm
The Pearly Shells launch their brand new record “Went down Swingin” with a big Swing Dance at Memo $25/$20

All Souls Day @ All Saints
Friday 2 November, 7.30 pm
Requiem Mass sung by Ensemble Gombert part of the All Saints Patronal Festival and 160th anniversary.

Talk about adventure playgrounds @ St Kilda Adventure Playground
Saturday and Sunday 3 and 4 November, noon – 3 pm
Council wants your ideas on upgrading adventure playgrounds including the funtastic Neptune Street playground – yippee. Drop by and have a chat.
Have your Say online 

Yundi Touch of Chopin @ Palais
Yundi Li was the youngest-ever winner of the Gold Medal at the International Chopin Competition and also the medal’s first Chinese winner.

An afternoon with Ceberano & Co @ Memo
Sunday 4 November, 2.00 pm
A “bootleg session” with covers of her own songs, her favourite Australian artists and just for fun a couple of new songs. $33 +

Sundays Writers Room with Hannie @ Theatre Works
4 November, 2 pm
A candid, humourous and insightful afternoon with three prolific storytellers: Hannie Rayson, Andrew Bovell and Joanna Murray-Smith. $25 / $20

Dionne Warwick @ Palais
Sunday 4 November, 8 pm
Dionne Warwick is a true star with over 30 hit singles including ‘Walk on By’ and ‘Say A Little Prayer For You’.

Suddenly Last Summer @ Redstitch
Until 4 November
Savagely poetic and provocative, Tennessee Williams’ Suddenly Last Summer is a nightmarish contemporary masterpiece of Southern gothic melodrama.