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Pomona is a thriller @redstitch
AutoCannibal is solo physical theatre @Theatre_Works
Renee Geyer is a powerful women of song @memomusichall
Wiggles @PalaisTheatre
Last week of ice skating @AclandStVillage
Repair cafe @ecocentrestk
This Week in St Kilda

Sing a song of sixpence @ Ember Lounge
Monday 8 July, 7.30 pm
With Steven Gates (Tripod), Taylah Carrol, Jimmy Phoenix (A Whale Called Phoenix) & special guest Xani Kolac (The Twoks) on accompanying violin. $20

Pomona @ Red Stitch
Previews Tuesday 9 July – Friday 12 July, runs until 11 August
A powerful thriller about what lies beneath the veneer of contemporary civilisation and the price you pay to find out.
Red Stitch

Aesthetic Distortions @ Carlisle Street Arts Space
Wednesday 10 July to Wednesday 7 August
Opening event: Thursday 11 July, 6 pm – 8 pm
Meet the Artist: Thursday 25 July, 5 pm – 7 pm
Daniel Coulson’s work ranges from small delicate pieces on sketchbook paper to cardboard storage boxes.
St Kilda Town Hall

AutoCannibal @ Theatre Works
Wednesday 10 July – Sunday 21 July
Why do we do things that we know are bad for us?
Drawing together elements of circus, performance art, BDSM culture and clowning, AutoCannibal is an experimental new work of solo physical theatre.

Make your own kaleidoscope @ Readings
Thursday 11 July, 10.30 am
Commemorate the moon  landing’s 50th anniversary by making a kaleidoscope with artist Pilgrim Lee.
$5 per child. Suitable 4–8 years old.
Bookings essential

Wiggles @ Palais
Thursday 11 July, 1 pm & 4 pm
Wiggle mania

Locals @ Linden
Until 1 September (opening event Thursday 11 July, 6 pm – 8 pm)
An exhibit of photos of local visitors to the gallery.

Dalicados with Pollyman @ Espy

Friday 12 July, 8 pm
Dalicados’ bring you a distinctive Australian music pedigree including; Hunters & Collectors, H.A.N.D, In Vivo, Fiona & Her Holy Men, Epic Brass. Playing with Pollyman. Free

Beastwars (NZ) @ Espy
Friday 12 July, 8 pm
New Zealand’s legendary Stoner Metal band
w/ Witchskull, Dr. Colossus + Droid. $38

The Cure – Anniversary 1978-2018 @ Astor
Friday 12 July, 7.30 pm (single feature)
The Cure in London’s Hyde Park 2018 deliver a set celebrating four decades of music.

Strong women of song with Renee Geyer @ Memo
Friday 12 July, 7.30 pm
Renee will be joined by special guests and powerful performers Brooke Taylor and Lara Travis. $25

The Blues Club Revival @ Firefly
Friday 12 July, 7 pm
Celebrating the music of Aussie blues legend Dutch Tilders and features original members of Dutch’s dynamic combo The Blues Club . $23 +

D Henry Fenton (US) and Sarah Carroll @ Firefly
Saturday 13 July, 7 pm
US based Australian Music Artist D Henry Fenton with local favourite Sarah Carroll. $23 +

The Chantoozies @ Memo
Saturday 13 July, 7.30 pm
The ‘toozies (Tottie, Ally and Eve) back in town. $30

Le Réveillon de Noël – Christmas in July Lunch @ Tolarno
Sunday 14 July, 12.30 pm
Six course Christmas in July luncheon to celebrate Bastille Day with a special live performance by Kelly Auty. $70

St Kilda Repair Cafe @ EcoCentre
Sunday, 14 July, 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Don’t toss it, repair it. Volunteers repair a variety of household and domestic stuff. Get there early, they get a crowd.
Last repairs start 3.15 pm

A Salute to Dr John @ Ember Lounge
Sunday 14 July, 6.30 pm
Andrew Swann, Tim Neal and Mark Ferrie with Dia Jones and Kerri Simpson play their respects to a truly unique artist. $30

Multicultural Advisory Committee @ Council
Nominations now open, closing 21 July 2019
Port Phillip wants interested residents to join their newly established voluntary Multicultural Advisory Committee.
Nominees must work, study or live in the municipality.
More info or Diversity Officer 9209 6694

On going

Ice Skating @ Acland Plaza
Until Sunday 14 July, 10 am – 9 pm
The open-air ice rink returns.

Jazz Jam @ The Post
Sundays from 4 pm – 8 pm
Drop in jam session – it’s getting a crowd.
304 – 306 St Kilda Road (cnr Inkerman)