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

Journeys – Homeland to Here @ The Gallery
Opening 8 June, until 6 July

Portraying 13 emerging artists and designers who are new immigrants, refugees or asylum seekers. Photographer Andy Drewitt captures what is important to each artist in their pursuit of a creative life.
The Gallery, St Kilda Town Hall

Proof @ Alex Theatre
Thursday 9 June (until 19 June)
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, David Auburn’s Proof is a passionate, intelligent story about fathers and daughters, the nature of genius, and the power of love.
$40 / $35
Tix and info



Namhee Han from Los Angeles @ All Saints
Sunday 12 June 4 pm – 5 pm
All Saints Church
2 Chapel Street, East St Kilda
Namhee Han from Los Angeles will bring an international touch to the church organ
Cost: $10 – $25

Zorba Gypsy Party @ Memo
Friday 10 June, 7pm

The Zorba Party is a gypsy dance and world music collective like no other, featuring four musical acts and other live performances that takes audiences on a 3-4 hour journey across the nomadic trails of planet earth.
Tix and info 

Interior Design for Children’s Rooms
@ St Kilda Library
Saturday 11 June 2016, 11:00 – noon
Melbourne-based interior designer Kate Challis will reveal the secrets behind fabulous (and affordable) children’s rooms.
Info and tix

Tex and Charlie @ Memo
Saturday 11 June. 8 pm
Teaming up with Tex Perkins for this intimate show will be none other than his good friend Charlie Owen.
$40 for seat, $30 at door
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Hitchcock double feature @ Astor
Sunday 12 June, 7 pm
Psycho and The Birds – double trouble with the master of suspense – the seagulls on St Kilda beach may never be the same again
Info and tix


Coming up
Honey Bees @ Red Stitch
14 June – 16 July
As the world’s honeybees disappear, a family-owned apiary struggles to keep up with overseas demand. The Honey Bees is a tale of Family and Empire; Action and Consequences; and what happens when the bee finally stings. Tix and info 

The Addams Family@ Theatreworks
17 Jun 2016 – 25 Jun 2016
Presented by the 2016 Graduating Music Theatre Company of Federation University Australia’s Arts Academy in Ballarat
Tix and info