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Coranderrk @ National
Tuesday 18 April, 1 pm and 7.30 pm
A collaboration between leading Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists, researchers, education experts and community members. It encourages a shared understanding of the past between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
Tix and info

Laughs @ National
Laughs @ The National
Wednesday 19 – Sunday 23 April
There’s plenty of laughs this week at The National with stand-up, improvised puppetry, comedic plays and music theatre.
Dads Have Feelings Too: 19, 20 & 21 April 2017, 6:30pm
Table 17: 19, 20, 21 & 22 April, 8:30pm
The Mighty Little Puppet: Saturday 22 April – Sunday 23 April, 6.30pm
Home Grown: Sunday 23 April, 8.30pm
Tix and info 

Joan @ Theatre Works
Joan @ Theatre Works

Thursday 20 April unti Sunday 30 April
Second in the new season, an exploration of France’s medieval heroine, Joan of Arc. Realised in black and white, Joan pays homage to the art of live oration and silent film.
$38 / $30|

Jazzy Jeudi @ Alliance Française
Thursday 20 April, 8 pm
Monthly Jazzy Thursdays continue at the Alliance basement, this month with the New Impromptu Quartet featuring pianist Alexander Nettelbeck , bassist Conrad Henderson and drummer Andrew Horneman.
Tix and info 

Photo by Martin Kantor @ Brightspace
Photo by Martin Kantor @ Brightspace
21 April – 13 May
Exhibition of 86 portraits to accompany an impressive book. The Late Martin Kantor is renowned for “slightly wrong, but incredibly right” images of local celebs including Bob Hawke, Jana Wendt, Molly Meldrum, Dame Elisabeth Murdoch, Mirka Mora, Iggy Pop, Paul Kelly, Split Enz, Nick Cave, Rowland S. Howard, Grace Jones, Mark E. Smith and more.
Opening Friday 21 April (7.00 pm – 10.00 pm)
Info and times

Purple Rain @ Astor
Purple Rain @ Astor

Friday 21 April, 7.30 pm
Memorial event for fans.
Tix and info 

MICF Life on the Hedge @ Alex on Fitzroy Street
Saturday 22 April, 8 pm
South African comedian does the Alex for MICF – one show only. Sample him on YouTube
Tix and info

ANZAC commemoration @ St Kilda RSL
Sunday 23 April, 11.30 am
Start at the RSL in Acland Street and walk in unity with a pipe band to the cenotaph. Hear tributes by Mayor Cr Voss, and local pollies Martin Foley MLA and Michael Danby MHR.

ANZAC day tour @ St Kilda Cemetery
Sunday 23 April, 2.00 pm
Join Friends of St Kilda Cemetery to pay homage to the ANZAC veterans residing eternally as locals including Albert Jacka, Matron Mary Finlay (pictured), Sir John Charles Hoad, and others. $10. Bookings info@foskc.org  or 0422379053

Gems of Opera @ All Saints’ Church
Sunday 23 April, 4.00 pm
International artists Lawrence Allen (tenor) and Emily Xiao Wang (soprano pictured) present favourite selections and arias from Turandot, Tosca, La Bohème, Faust, La Traviata, The Pearl Fishers and more.
$25/$15/students free (with student card)
2 Chapel Street, East St Kilda

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Harvest Dinner @ ESNLC
Peach n Pear Harvest Dinner @ Elwood St Kilda Neighbourhood House
Saturday 29 April, 5.30 – 8.00 pm
A Seasonal Harvest Dinner with three course meal with all of the organic produce from the Peach n Pear farms, a tour of the community garden and a special guest speaker from one of our farms! All profits donated to the Community Garden at the Neighbourhood House.
Adults $35 and Children $15
Bookings and info
87 Tennyson St, Elwood

The Realistic Joneses @ Red Stitch
The Realistic Joneses @ Red Stitch
Tuesday 25 April until Sunday 28 May
Post-show Q&A Thursday 11 May
Meet Bob and Jennifer Jones and the new couple next door, John and Pony Jones. The Joneses share more than they would like to admit. (pictured: Neil Pigot as Bob Jones)
Tix and info

The Unseen Anzac @ St Kilda Library
The Unseen Anzac @ St Kilda Library

Thursday 27 April, 6.30 pm
Join Jeff Maynard as he discusses his book The Unseen Anzac and how he followed a trail of myth and misinformation to reveal the remarkable, true story of Australia’s greatest war photographer – George Hubert Wilkins (pictured). Free
Info and bookings (hurry these fill quickly)