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

MICF Ross Noble ‘El Hablador’ @ Palais
Tuesday 10 April, Thursday 12 April, Friday 13 April and Saturday 14 April, 8 pm
Ross Noble, surrealist connoisseur and story spinner returns with his new show, El Hablador.
Bookings and info 

MICF: Gravel @ Theatre Works
Thursday 12 April to Sunday 15 April, 7 pm and other times
Wednesday 18 April to Saturday 21 April, various times
Gravel. Population 47. A town rife with crime, cake, country women and corruption. Monash Comedy Law Revue’s Louise Howard, Ethan Katz and Vivek Thilkan give MICF a red hot go. $25/$17

Don Walker and band @ Memo
Friday 13 April, 8 pm
The place to see Don Walker and Band – reputed to be a bunch of suave dudes. TWISK will be there. $50/$35

Home Grown Series: With Sigrid Thornton @ Alex
Friday 13 April, 7.30 pm
First in a series of workshops with local players in the arts presented by The Little Theatre Company (headed up by Kaarin Fairfax and Ryan A. Murphy – who are the new resident theatre company at the Alex). TWISK is not sure what the format is, but it looks interesting. $60/$50
Booking & info

Special tribute screening of Gurrumul @ Astor
Saturday 14 April, 4 pm
Join Director Paul Williams, Gurrumul’s musical collaborator and producer Michael Hohnen, his brother Jonathan Yunupingu and Paul Kelly at this special screening. $30 General Admission

Russell Morris and Band @ Memo
Saturday 14 April, 8.40 pm
The real thing. $48 / $33
Bookings and info

Sunday arvo with Benny Walker and Tom Richardson @ Memo
Sunday 15 April, 3 pm
Billed as an an intimate afternoon of stories and songs with two of this country’s new breed of singer- songwriters! These Sunday gigs are a treat. $25 / $20

TALK: Judith Buckrich on about Acland Street @ St Kilda RSL

Sunday 15th April, 4.00 pm
St Kilda Historical Society presents an afternoon history huddle with historian and author Judith Buckrich discussing her book “Acland Street: The Grand Lady of St Kilda”. Entry includes a glass of wine, beer or soft drink and small nibbles. $10 / $5 members
Bookings required 

Don’t miss …..

Shakespeare Grove Artists @ Carlisle Street Arts Space
Until Wednesday 18 April
Open 8.30 am – 5 pm weekdays
Artists celebrate 20 years at Shakespeare Grove with a diverse exhibition.
Carlisle Street Arts Space, 99a Carlisle Street, St Kilda

Soon ……

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.”