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Adaptive Sustainability Workshop @ EcoCentre

Wednesday, 26 October,6.00 pm
An exciting introductory workshop about developing sustainable business practices. Hear and meet Jane Stewart, the creator of Prosperity 2.0, a global leader in sustainability education and training. This is inspiring stuff with global credibility.
More info and bookings 

Lawrence Johnston on adapting history for film @ St Kilda Library

Thursday, 27 October, 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm
Award winning film director and writer Lawrence Johnston discusses the process of adapting history into film by discussing his best known films: Eternity which explores Sydney’s infamous Mr Eternity, Fallout – about the writing of Nevil Shute’s famous novel On The Beach, Neon – a documentary about neon signs – and his current project Tullaree – a film about South Gipplsand’s mysterious ‘Ladies of the Swamp’. Bookings and info

Burlesque Halloween @ St Martins Place
Friday 28 October, 6.30 – 10.30
18+ only event. “From the twisted mind behind The Burlesque Underground, Bohemia’s Black Sundays and Atrocity – Cabaret & Burlesque du Grand Guignol comes an immersive All Hallow’s Eve Masquerade experience that is not for the faint of heart.”
Tix and info  374 St Kilda Road

Spooktober @ St Kilda Town Hall
Friday 28 October – Monday 31 October
Celebrating its fourth year, the annual Spooktober Halloween Festival kicks off on Friday 28 October at St Kilda Town Hall. Running across four days, the festival offers amusements and entertainment for the whole family, including two haunted houses, an inflatable Spooky Mansion Slide, games, face-painting and even Cackling Cupcakes & Cookie Decoration workshops. Info and tix 

Luna Day @ Luna Park
Saturday 29 – Monday 31 October, afterdark ticketed event
Get set to scream this Halloween as Melbourne’s Luna Park transforms into Luna Dark, a spook-tacular Halloween weekend full of Carn-Evil delights! You must beware, throughout the Park, a wide range of spooks are waiting to frighten you.
$35 Tix and info

Clarinet Heaven @ Linden
Saturday 29 October 2016, 4.15 pm & 6.00 pm
Victoria’s leading small professional orchestra Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, returns to Linden for an intimate chamber music performance featuring Mozart’s timeless Clarinet Quintet. Two performances ticketed seperately

Absolutely Doors @ Memo
Friday 28 October, 8.00 pm
Memo’s favourite tribute band promises to light your fire.
Tix and info 

Southern Belles @ Memo arvo

Sunday 30 October, 3 pm
Celebrating the sassy, red–blooded female musicians of the late 60s and early 70s, Nichaud Fitzgibbon, Jane Clifton and Rebecca Barnard will perform the songs ofDusty Springfield, Loretta Lynn, Nancy Sinatra, Dolly Parton, Bobbie Gentry, Jeannie C Riley, Tanya Tucker and Linda Ronstadt. Tix and info

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Sisters in Crime @ St Kilda Town Hall
SheKilda crime writing convention, 18-19 November
Celebrating celebrate women’s crime writing on the page and screen with nearly 50 leading novelists, true-crime writers, screenwriters, producers, publishers, lawyers and scholars. SheKilda3 will include writing workshops, author panels, book launches, publisher pitching sessions, and the great Dames versus Dicks debate.
Book early