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

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 This Week in St Kilda

Mabo Day flag raising @ Town Hall
Monday 3 June, 11.30 am to 2 pm
With  Gerib Sik dance and culture group from FNQ. Community luncheon.

Aziz Ansari @ Palais
Monday 3 June
Suitable 16+ show by Aziz Ansari star of “Parks and Recreation” and Netflix’s “Master of None. $91+

Pulp Fiction 25th anniversary @ Astor
Monday 3 June, 7.30 pm
The lives of two mob hit men, a boxer, a gangster’s wife, and a pair of cafe bandits intertwine in four tales of violence and redemption.

Flourishing in the Future @ Space2b
Tuesday 4 June – Saturday 29 June
Opens Friday 7 June, 6 – 8 pm
An exhibition of sculptures and Persian handicrafts, including Kilim and Gabbeh rugs, jewellery and objet d’art.

Notable Observances > World Oceans Day @ Linden
Tuesday 4 June, 6.30 pm to 8 pm
Join a thought provoking discussion with artists Rox De Luca and Penelope Davis along with Port Phillip EcoCentre founder Neil Blake.
$35, including a drink on arrival and $5 donation to EcoCentre.

Carnival of Shadows @ St Martins Place
Wednesday 5 June – Friday 7 June, 7.30 pm (plus Thursday 1.30 pm)
Inclusive theatre group City of Voices presents a magical world where secrets lurk. Only 50 tix per show from $10
374 St Kilda Rd, St Kilda

Lee Kofman: Imperfect @ Library
Wednesday 5 June, 6.30 pm – 7.30 pm
Author Lee Kofman discusses her new book ‘Imperfect’ – challenging us all to consider how the way we look shapes the people we become.

Join Tim Rogers ‘Liquid Nights In Bohemia Heights’ @ Espy
Thursday 6 June, 7.30 pm
A live show bringing Tim’s Friday afternoon Liquid Lunch radio program out of the Double J studios and onto the Espy stage. With a live band plus news from within the fabled borders of Bohemia Heights.
Garrison Keillor eat your heart out.

Drive @ Theatreworks
Thursday 6 June – Friday 15 June
Over 50 minutes, Drive tracks the unravelling of a highly capable woman, filled with mess, nuance and controlled rage.
Free glass of wine with your ticket if you mention TWiSK.
Were calling it the “Drink & Drive” offer, good thing the theatre is within walking distance for most!

Prince’s Birthday Celebration @ Memo
Friday 7 June, 7.30 pm
Memo will turn purple as the Purple Revolution pays homage in true party fashion. $45

Dr. Strangelove 4k Restoration @ Astor
Friday 7 June & Saturday 8 June, 8 pm
Sunday 9 June, 2 pm and 4 pm
A masterpiece by Stanley Kubrick.
This special 4K reissue features a new short film, Stanley Kubrick Considers The Bomb, produced and directed by Matt Wells.

Nick Offerman @ Palais
Friday 7 June and Saturday 8 June,
As seen on Parks and Recreation and Fargo, actor, writer and comedian Nick Offerman offers an evening of deliberative talking and light dance. Genuflection optional.

The Original Wailers @ Prince Bandroom
Saturday 8 June,9 pm
Jamaican Reggae royalty carry on Marley’s message of love and unity. $70

Joe Creighton @ Ember Lounge
Sunday 9 June, 3.00 pm
See the amazing Joe in a new solo show, ‘Just A Boy From Belfast’ – very classy arvo gig. $20

Escaped Alone @ Red Stitch
Until 30 June
In a sun-drenched suburban backyard, four older women reflect on their lives. Top cast with Caroline Lee, Julie Forsyth, Marta Kaczmarek & Margaret Mills.


Sea Shanties and Maritime Worksongs @ Linden
Thursday 13 June, 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm
The Grubby Urchins present maritime work songs amongst the exhibition Dark Water by Erin Coates and Anna Nazzari.
Bar sales from 6.30 pm – singing starts 7 pm. Free

The Melbourne Moth GrandSLAM @ National Theatre
Monday 17 June, 8 pm
Fans will not want to miss The Moth’s Melbourne GrandSLAM. $35.20

Don Walker in conversation with Myf Warhurst @ Readings
Tuesday 2 July, 6.30 pm
Hear Australian songwriter Don Walker in conversation with Myf Warhurst about his lyric book, Songs.
Free, but please book