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

Early voting for council @ St Kilda Town Hall
Mon – Wed, 9.00 am – 5 pm, Thu until 8.00 pm, Fri until 6.00 pm
Get in early to make your mark before the big day on Saturday 22 October.

Sophie Maurin @ Alliance Francaise Basement 

Tuesday 18 October, 8pm
Sophie Maurin is coming back to Melbourne and chose the Alliance Française to present her new songs. $17 / AFM members or students: $12 Info and bookings artists-for-kids-edm-1024x590
Art auction for kids @ George Ballroom
Thursday 20 October, 7 pm
Artists for Kids’ Culture provides opportunities for children living in disadvantaged circumstances. Funds enable participation in the arts and sport, the pursuit of personal goals, access to support and resources.  Funds are raised by the generous donation of work from professional artists. More info 

Port Phillip Community Group AGM @ Alliance Français
Thursday 20 October, 5.30 pm
Be part of the PPCG Annual General Meeting and hear guest speaker Dr Philip Mendes from Monash Uni talking on The Centralised Welfare State at the Crossroads.
More info: Philippa@ppcg.org.au

Dine with sporting champs@ Encore for Scared Heart
Thursday 20 October, 7 pm
Tickets are still available for this fundraiser supporting the Sacred hearts Kick Start program. $185 ph More info and tix

Postcards @ Linden
Friday 21 October – 29 January
The Linden Postcard Show is an open entry exhibition for all artists from hobbyist, emerging to established, and celebrates it’s 26th year in 2016. Free entry
More info  


Flak @ Alex Theatre
22 – 23 October, Saturday 2.00 pm and 8.00 pm, Sunday 3.00 pm
Michael Veitch presents true stories from men who flew in WW2. After touring nationally for 2 years, FLAK comes to Alex Theatre St Kilda for the first time. $39/$30 Info and tix

Red Bull Reign @ St Kilda Triange
Saturday 22 October, 10.00 am – 6.00 pm
Red Bull Reign is a national Basketball event and this is the national final.
More info

Secrets in the Garden @ Catani Gardens

Saturday 22 October, 9.00 am – 8.00 pm
A one day festival of women consciously leading from the heart through compassion, creativity and courage. Catani Gardens, will be filled with keynote speakers, workshops, demonstrations and pampering.
Ticketed event 

Monique Brumby Thylacine 20th Anniversary @ Memo
Saturday 22 October, 8:00 pm
Monique Brumby is performing her 1996 award-winning debut album Thylacine in its entirety at this special performance. Joining Monique and her band are David Bridie who produced the album, Rob Craw (Huxton Creepers) who played guitar and toured with Monique in the early years along with Helen Mountfort who wrote string arrangements. $32/$25
Tix and info 

Mixed plot tour @ St Kilda Cemetery
Sunday 23 October, 2 pm
Join Elizabeth Hore (Vice President) on a special tour for History Week to the graves of historical favourites in the Cemetery. $10 for non-members, members free. Meet at the Main gates. More info  info@foskc.org

Imperial Russian Ballet @ Palais
Sunday 23 October, 7 pm
Following their sell-out 2015 performances of Swan Lake, the Imperial Russian Ballet Company return to The Palais to perform The Nutcracker.
Tix and info 


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Sunshine @ Redstitch
11 October – 5 November
The night creeps in and rain buckets down on the streets of Melbourne. Billy Joel blasts ironically from hotted-up hatchbacks full of youths. 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 

Wedding Singer @ Theatrework
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 full / $36 conc Info and tix