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This Week in St Kilda – 200th weekly e-letter
TWiSK #200
This Week in St Kilda has been coming to St Kilda every week since February 2016
Last chance Postcards @ Linden
St Kilda Festival @ St Kilda
Ladies Who Sing Leonard @ Memo
The Feather in the Web @ Red Stitch St Kilda
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Final week for Postcard show @ Linden
Until 9 February, Tuesday to Sunday. 11 am to 4 pm
Last week to see over 1250 works from 400 artists, all postcard size and all for sale. A treat.
Pictured is the winning entry by Mark Hopper, Shaun The Wanderer, 2019, photograph

St Kilda Festival @ St Kilda
Sunday 9 February
Celebrating 40 years. Eight stages, dozens of activities, thousands and thousands of people.

TWiSK’s picks

Freya Josephine Hollick
11:30 am – 12:15 pm
Alfred Square Stage

Cash Savage And The Last Drinks
2:30 pm – 3:15 pm
Main Stage

3:20 pm – 4:00 pm
Fitzroy Street Stage

The Black Sorrows
5:45 pm – 6:30 pm
Alfred Square Stage

Icehouse: Special anniversary guests

They played as Flowers at the first festival in 1980 (yikes)
7:45 pm – 8:55 pm
Main Stage
See the full line-up and more 

Mov’in Bed cinema @ Catani Gardens (Pier Road)
Until Sunday 23 February – no Monday screening
Gates 5 pm – Movie sunset (around 8.45 pm)
This week: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Charlie’s Angels, Jojo Rabbit, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil and Spies in Disguise.
Bed from $36 pp, grass $9 pp

New Balance @ TheatreWorks
Tuesday 4 February – Saturday 8 February, 7 pm
Intersecting stories of the queer experience, revealing the intimacy and surprising universality of the queer experience growing up. $20

Leopard Print Loincloth @ TheatreWorks
Tuesday 4 February – Saturday 8 February, 9 pm
An all-male, ruggedly talented cast of six inhabit this beer-scented new play from Melbourne playwright Jake Stewart. $20

Louise Chen and Studio 106 artists @ Carlisle Street Art Space
Wednesday 5 February – Wednesday 4 March
Opening event: Thursday 6 February, 6 pm to 8 pm
Meet the Artists: Thursday 20 February, 5 pm to 7 pm
Louise Chen’s photographs and film, alongside the artists’ work, chronicle the current cohort of Studio 106 artists before the inevitable redevelopment of the site.
St Kilda Town Hall

Ladies Who Sing Leonard @ Memo
Thursday 6 February, 8 pm show
Great line up of vocal talent celebrate L Cohen including Devorah, Gabriella Cohen, Alma Zygier, Sophia Tuv (Israel), Galit Klas, Bonnie Love, Shkolnik And Laure Lauren Glezer N Glezer. $30+

The Juniper Tree @ Astor
Friday 7 February – Sunday 9 February, 7.30 pm, 4 pm Sunday
Director, professor and Fulbright scholar Nietzchka Keene’s stark, stunning debut feature.

Blondie Has More Fun @ Fyrefly
Saturday 8 February, 8.30 pm
Suzi Q P Dohl once again has assembled an amazing line up of musicians to pay tribute to Blondie and to raise money for Sacred Heart Mission, St Kilda Gatehouse Project. $20

RuPaul’s Drag Race World Tour @ Palais
Saturday 8 February, 8 pm
Intergalactic queens take you on a journey to save the universe. $110 +
Half tix sales go to bushfire relief / animal charities.

Open church with sausage sizzle @ Christ Church

Sunday 9 February, 12 noon – 8 pm
See the stunning gold rush money church with its luminescent stain glass. DJ and
sausage sizzle
14 Acland Street

Battle of the Bands @ TheatreWorks

Sunday 9 February (Festival Day), 3 pm – 8 pm
During St Kilda Festival, TheatreWorks will be transformed into a full-blown concert hall, with 6 bands battling for glory. Drop by for a drink! Free entry

Don’t miss

The Feather in the Web @ Red Stitch St Kilda
Until  Sunday 1 March
A lacerating satire of mainstream culture that revels in all the magnificent, awful parts of ourselves we’ve learned to squash right down.

Rain Room @ Prince Jackalope Pavilion
Until 29 February
20 minute sessions, from 10 am every day except Tuesdays
Rain falls everywhere but you stay dry.
Special School Holiday kid friendly sessions.

Local venues with music (often free)

Famous for Elvis in the arvo and cosy room jazz
213 Barkly St, St Kilda

Dog’s Bar
Classy line up every week
54 Acland St, St Kilda

Music some nights.
42 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Espy Basement
Free music most nights and Sunday arvo.
Tuesday open mic, Sunday blues.

Previous TWiSK e-letters

Monday 27 January – Sunday 2 February

Monday 20 January – Sunday 26 January

Monday 13 January – Sunday 19 January

Monday 16 December – Sunday 12 January

Monday 9 December – Sunday 15 December

Monday 2 December – Sunday 8 December