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

Hannie’s one woman show, French Canadian drama at Red Stitch, Brit R&B at Memo,
art forgers at the Library, new film about the Oils at the Astor.
All this and more This Week in St Kilda

Hello Beautiful! @ Theatre Works
Tuesday 1 May – Sunday 6 May, various times
A funny, big hearted one woman show by celebrated local Hannie Rayson. $45 / $37

Dine with Heart month @ St Kilda’s finest
Tuesday 1 May to Thursday 31 May
Dine out to support the Mission’s meals. You can also organise your own events at home, school or work.
Here’s some of the local cafes involved:
Babu Ji, Big Mouth, Derby Thai, Dog’s Bar, Dr Jekyll, Elsternwick Hotel, Fitzrovia, Frankies Top Shop, Icon Coffee Shop, Love and Dysfunction, Parish of Sacred Heart & St Columba, Pelican, Pint on Punt, Radio Mexico, St Kilda Burger Bar (The Grosvenor), Uncle and West Beach Bathers Pavillion.

Thirty years of childcare @ Eildon Road Childcare Centre
Saturday 5 May, 11 am to 2 pm
Join the party to celebrate 30 years of childcare in Eildon Road. Free
Eildon Road Childcare Centre, 17 Eildon Road, St Kilda

Likeable recyclables @ Greeves Street Recycled
Saturday 5 May, 12 pm to 4 pm
Greeves Street Recycled in Belford Street (off Acland) is hosting a yard sale with a great range of clothing and bric-a-brac all under $5.

Midnight Oil 1984 @ Astor

Saturday 5 May, 4 pm
Join Midnight Oil drummer, songwriter and founding member Rob Hirst and director and long-time Oils collaborator Ray Argall for a special preview Q&A screening.
Tix and info

Dr Feelgood (UK) Milk & Alcohol Tour @ Memo
Saturday 5 May, 7.30 pm
British rhythm and blues with the Dr. You Tube $40
Tix and info

Pamperin’ Penguins @ EcoCentre

Sunday 6 May, 1.30 pm to 3 pm
Activities for 12 to 25 year olds organised by the EcoCentre.
Help our local penguins at St Kilda Pier. Free but book please 9525 3102

Open Day for Love & Legacy @ JewMu

Sunday 6 May, 10 am to 5 pm
A free open day to celebrate the launch of Love & Legacy, part of Multicultural Museums Victoria Grandmothers project.
Jewish Museum, 26 Alma Road, St Kilda

Aardvark’s birthday celebration @ Memo
Sunday 6 May, 2.30 pm
Melbourne based music not for profit, AARDVARK, is turning 10! Live music from their ambassadors
and acclaimed musicians Stonefield and Monique Brumby. $20/$17
Tix and info

Cool Jazz and Dinner @ Vegilicious,

Sunday 6 May, 6.30 – 9.00 pm
The trio comprises Jeff Karutz (sax and flute), Rob Ware (piano) and Greg Smith (Double Bass). The vibe is friendly and relaxed, the food vegetarian/vegan. There is no cover charge but table bookings for dinner are recommended because it is often booked out.
Book dinner through Vegilicious (9537 3820)
118 Carlisle Street, St.Kilda

Coming soon

Reading art forgery @ St Kilda Library
Thursday 10 May, 6,30 pm
Dr Felicity Strong, cultural heritage researcher and curator, discusses the literature and biographies of famous and not so famous art forgers. Free.
Book early 

St Kilda Film Festival @ Palais and Town Hall
Thursday 17 May – Saturday 26 May
After a gala opening night at the Palais, the festival stars at the St Kilda Town Hall with screenings, industry events and a place-to-be bar.
View the trailer, check the program 

Stan ‘Yarra’ Yarramunua @ Readings
Thursday 7 June, 6.30 pm
Stan is an internationally successful artist, musician, entrepreneur and charismatic Yorta Yorta man who grew up in Melbourne. Stan definitely has a story to share.
Free but book please

Don’t miss

Right Now @ Redstitch
From Tuesday 17 April
Australian premiere Written by award-winning Québécois playwright Catherine-Anne Toupin, Right Now s a daring and darkly humorous thriller that surprises at every turn.”

Beyond the Layers exhibition @ space2b
Until 4 May
An exhibition curated by Panoply Gallery Online featuring Rosemary Williams and Amanda Ketterer.
amanda-ketterer-art.com | rosemarywilliamsart.com
Space2b , 144 Chapel St, Balaclava