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Confined 8 @ Gallery (St Kilda Town Hall)
Until Wednesday 15 February
Artworks by Indigenous offenders highlights the issue of the over-representation of Indigenous people in the criminal justice system.
Monday – Friday office hours

Scandi punks Refused @ Prince Bandroom
25 January, 7 pm
Australia Day eve seems like the perfect night to catch legendary Swedish hardcore punks, Refused with hardcore icons Sick Of It All (celebrating their 30th anniversary) and High Tension.
Tix and info

X tributes INXS @ Memo
Wednesday 25 January, 8 pm
Rocking tribute to INXS with great reviews – fronted by Will Jova who has also fronted Doors cover band Absolutely Live The Doors Show.
Tix and info

Lilo Quartet plays Dvo?ák @ Library
Saturday 28 January, 11 am
Join Lilo Quartet for a morning of beautiful music at St Kilda Library as they perform Dvo?ák String Quartet No. 12 in F major, Opus 96 “America.”

Pride March @ Fitzroy Street
Sunday 29 January, 2 pm
Melbourne’s iconic march of solidarity and celebration rolls through the streets of St Kilda.
More info

Rainbow story time @ Library
Before Pride March, Sunday 29 January, 11 am
An extra-special Sunday story time to celebrate diverse families & our community pride! Meet up at the library before heading to the Pride March or just come along for some colourful stories & songs. Free – no need to book, all are welcome!

Elizabeth Taylor collection @ Gasworks

Until 5 February
Not in St Kilda but worth leaving the postcode. An extra ordinary collection of ephemera showcasing the genuine 30 year friendship between local artist Wayne Griffin. This is special. Daily 9 am – 5 pm More info 

Council seeking vocal older people
Port Phillip is seeking expressions of interest for voluntary positions on it’s Older Persons Consultative Committee. The Committee meets monthly during business hours. View the Selection Criteria on the Older Persons Consultative Committee page. Nominations close 1 February

Coming soon – St Kilda Festival

Yalukit Wilum Ngargee @ O’Donnell Gardens
Saturday 4 February, 1 pm – 9 pm
A free Indigenous music and cultural Festival with a program of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music and arts. Now in its 12th year, this is a low-key celebration of Indigenous culture features emerging and established Indigenous musicians, dancers and performers, market stall holders, children’s activities and festival activities. Family friendly. See the program

stkfest imageSt Kilda Festival Sunday @ foreshore, parks and streets
Sunday 12 February, 9 am – midnight
Up to 400,000 will flock to St Kilda for the free show.
Line up




Coming soon …great live theatre

Season 2017 @ Red Stitch
The Way Things Work starts 31 Jan
Corruption. Politics. Loyalty. Fear.
Info and tix


Season 2017 @ Theatreworks
Lifetime Guarantee from 9 February
A rock and roll comedy featuring property development, new love, sex tapes, divorce and a ’67 Mustang.
Info and tix

Three faces of power by Pip Utton @ Theatreworks
1 – 5 February
Over five nights he presents three powerful performances of the faces of power. Buy tix for none $40 or all three for $95
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