Great moments live with Rhonda and other leading ladies
Itching to get out? Settle and stay home with a great range of local talent.
Celebrate Mum’s Day with Ms Burchmore and friends @ live from Memo
Learn amazing things about the bay @ EcoCentre Zoominar with Neil
Marvelous musical mayhem with Mal and Kyle @ living room to lounge room
Go walking through history with Janet B @ Montague meets the Yarra
This Week in St Kilda
Get TWiSK every Sunday 7 pm
Shoreline Shell Surveys, Molluscs and Beach Love @ EcoCentre Zoominar
Thursday 6 May, 6 pm – 7.30 pm
Get involved in Citizen Science with Port Phillip Baykeeper Neil Blake looking at the littlest creatures inhabiting our shorelines – molluscs – and why they’re so important for the bay. Free
Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan playing live @ their living room
Saturday 9 May, 7 pm for a couple of hours YouTube Live
Enjoy an evening of joyous musical creativity and mayhem from two crowd-pleasing locals playing in their living room.
Mal plays a plethora of instruments including the famed Bubblewrap Stompbox.
Kyle sings and plays violin and trombone.
They’ve got an impressive list of original songs you can request from Mal and Ky’s Melody Menu
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Finding the River in Montague @ Virtual walk with Janet Bolitho
Sunday 10 May, 3 pm – 4 pm
Join former Mayor Janet Bolitho as she explores the connections to the Yarra River and the past, present and future relationship of the Montague Precinct.
Presented with google slides using photographs as prompts for gathering around and generating discussion. Free and very interesting.
Here’s to the Ladies @ live stream from Memo
Sunday 10 May, 7.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Great moments of musical theatre sung by some of Melbourne’s most celebrated leading ladies, including Rhonda Burchmore (Mamma Mia, Mame), Alinta Chidzey (Chicago, West Side Story), Lucy Durack (Wicked, Shrek), Amanda Harrison (Wicked, We Will Rock You) and Queenie Van De Zandt (Funny Girl, Thoroughly Modern Millie).
TWiSK lounge room live
Ashton Davy & The Complaints Department @ Was Live, Was Local
Enjoy this live recording made at Surabaya Johnny’s in Blessington Street.
Listen on Bandcamp
Short stories, big prizes @ St Kilda Historical Society
Closes 7 August
To celebrate 50 history making years, the Historical Society is having a short story competition with $2600 in cash prizes.
Write on any theme, in any genre and in any time period, but the story must be inspired by or set in St Kilda.
There are two prize categories – open and junior.
Get the long story on the short story
Sneak peek from Single Ladies @ Red Stitch
Red Stitch was heartbroken when it suspended performances of Michelle Lee’s new work developed through the Red Stitch’s INK program.
They’ve shared a short excerpt to give you a small glimpse into the world created by the Single Ladies team.
Fingers Xed they’ll be back again soon.
YouTube Peek at Single Ladies
The Triumphs & Tragedies of Israeli Politics @ JewMu Zoom event
Thursday 14 May, 7.30 pm
A special live event on Israeli politics with Jerusalem-based, Melbourne-born journalist Ittay Flescher. Get an insiders glimpse into the coalition negotiations and debate ideas with people from across the world. $28/$25
DJ Sunshine and Disco Faith Choir present ‘Freedom’ @ Memo live stream
Saturday 16 May, 9.30 pm
DJ Sunshine has been an institution within an institution, spinning at Melbourne’s infamous Revolver for donkey’s years and now extended her hand to Sunshine and Disco Faith Choir. $10 YouTube clip
Golden Years: Bowie tribute @ Memo live stream
Sunday 31 May, 7.30 pm
Celebrating the breadth of Bowie’s musical styles with an incredible band. Live concerts sold out last year. $12
Not in St Kilda, but interesting
Fair dinkum deliveries @ Fairfeed Elternwick to St Kilda
Fairfeed Community Project provides work to laid-off Melbourne chefs and hospitality workers, while delivering affordable meals to the community.
Organised from Smoke & Pickles 256 Glen Eira Rd, Elsternwick, they deliver to St Kilda for $10.50.
The menu looks great, priced to feed families and it helps keep people in jobs.
Check today’s offerings – it changes daily
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