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

Early voting for council @ St Kilda Town Hall
From 10 October, 9.00 am – 5 pm
Get in early to make your mark. Polling day is Saturday 22 October.

Sunshine @ Redstitch
11 October – 5 November
Four people have a night they will never forget as two strangers are thrown together through one shocking event. Sunshine is a funny, full-hearted and devastating piece of choral theatre. More info

Skills for parents @ Bubup Nairm Children’s Centre

Thursday 13 October, 7.30 pm – 9.00 pm
Information for people with 3 – 12 year old children , Jo Lange will present on positive parenting skills.
Bubup Nairm Children’s Centre, 99B Carlisle Street
More info

A Woman in Black @ Alex Theatre
14 – 15 October, Friday 8.00 pm, Saturday 2.00 pm and 8.00 pm
“A ghost story like no other…” … a lawyer obsessed with a terrible curse he believes haunts him and his family, hires a young actor to help unburden the memory of The Woman In Black. $40/$28 More information

The Wedding Singer @ Theatreworks
14 – 23 October, Thursday to Saturday 7.30 pm & Saturday & Sunday 1 pm
The Wedding Singer takes us back to a time when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up, and a wedding singer might just be the coolest guy in the room. Based on the hit Adam Sandler movie, The Wedding Singer musical does for the ’80s what Hairspray did for the ’60s. $38 /$36
Info and bookings

Newspeak & Thoughtcrimes @ Ministry of Art
Saturday 15 October, 6:30pm
Featuring works by artist Josh Lord with sound and projection installations & performance by Ash Wednesday & Ollie Olsen supported by Kollaps.
238 St Kilda Road More info

A Nightmare On Dance Street 2 @ Palais
Saturday 15 October, 7.00 pm
From the producers  “Once Upon A Time, A Nightmare on Dance Street, Signs of the Zodiac and Beats On Pointe”, prepare to be thrilled, chilled and entertained!
Bookings and info


Human fundraising screening @ Astor
Tuesday 11 October 7 pm
Raising funds for Beach Patrol and Earthcare St Kilda
This is a great opportunity to see this film on the big screen. An epic document of the struggles and triumphs that unite us all, HUMAN takes viewers on a journey across the globe to uncover the essential truths about what it means to be human. Tix

Clerks @ Astor
Friday 14 October, 7 pm
Cult film and Q&A with star Brian O’Halloran who is out for the AMC Expo
Tix and info





Oktoberfest@ South Beach
Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October, noon – 9 pm
Think beer, think Lederhosen, but don’t mention the war. More info  |
Hire your Lederhosen here  🙂




Seniors Festival – TWISK highlights

My Care, My Plans @ St Kilda Library
Tuesday 11 October, 10 am
St Kilda Legal Service in partnership with Alfred Health will present on Advance Care Planning.
St Kilda Library Community Room, 150 Carlisle Street
Bookings essential: Suzan 8598 6630  communications@skls.org.au

Tea for the Baroness @ Greyhound Hotel
Wednesday 12 October, 5 pm – 6.30 pm
Share and hear stories about the remarkable life of Richard James, gay activist, seniors advocate, community champion, pianist and dad.
Bookings essential Catherine Barrett 0429 582 237 or  catherinebarrett13@gmail.com
1 Brighton Rd Wheelchair access

The Ngargee to Nerm Cultural trail @ Ngargee Tree
Thursday 13 October, 10 am – 12 noon
Meet at the Ngargee Tree, St Kilda (corner Fitzroy Street and St Kilda Rd) for a walk exploring local Indigenous life and heritage.

Come and Try Ride for Seniors @ St Kilda Primary School
Sunday 16 October, 9 am – 12 noon
Meet Port Phillip Bicycle Users Group members and try out a rickshaw, electric, hybrid, tandem or recumbent bike. Try out in safe space and then go for a group ride on local bike paths and through quiet backstreets. BYO helmet, water bottle and drivers licence/ID.
Bookings essential Liz Smith 0421 236 895  portphillipbug@gmail.com