Moreland & Arbuckle @ Prince Bandroom
Monday 20 February, 8.00 pm
“Moreland & Arbuckle electrify raw Delta and Mississippi Hill country blues
and folk with an unrelenting punk-rock energy washed in hard-hitting Southern
soul.” Tix and info
Ultrafox @ St Kilda Library
Wednesday 22 February, 6.30 pm
Ultrafox are inspired the famous “manouche swing“ of The Hot Club of France featuring Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelly of pre war Paris
Free, bookings essential via Eventbrite
Elwood’s Got Talent open mic @ Elwood Sailing Club
Thursday 23 February, 8 pm
Freestyle night hosted by everyone
More info on FB
True confessions of a Potato Queen @ St Kilda Library
Thursday, 23 February, 6.30 pm
Alexander O. Montgomery discusses his tell-all book True Confessions of a Potato Queen that exposes the lives, loves and lusts of gay Asian males who will only date Caucasian men. You can also catch Alexander in the television show Date My Race, on SBS 27 February.
Feelin’ Groovy: The Simon and Garfunkel Project @ National
Friday 24 February, 7.30 pm
From the satirical and tongue-in-cheek to the heart-achingly tender, the music of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel forms the inspiration for this brand new project, led by Melbourne jazz vocalist and singer-songwriter, Helen Catanchin.
$35/$30 Tix and info
Double feature with Jackie and Florence @ Astor
Saturday 25 February, 7.30
Natalie Portman delivers Jackie, Meryl Streep hits the high notes with Florence.
Tix and info
Moonee Valley Drifters @ Memo
Saturday 25 February, 6.30 with dancing
Yes they are still drifting, and must feel out of place across the river on
the southside. But don’t miss this chance to swing. Enjoy the classic swing,
honkeytonk-county and boogie of the Drifters.
The evening will kick off with a special two-step and jive dance class
that features an uplifting dance demo starting at 7.00pm.
Tix and info
Sunflower Forest @ Acland Plaza
Sunday 26 February 11 am – 5 pm
A Sunflower Forest in Acland Street Plaza celebrates the importance of pollinators through art, where children have fun in the process. You can paint plaster moulds and small pots containing butterfly and bee attracting
plants. The EcoCentre’s Youth Wildlife Ambassador Gio Fitzpatrick will talk on pollination and insects and there will be a native plant talk by SKINC (St Kilda Indigenous Nursery Cooperative).
Writers, Booksellers and Literati @ St Kilda Cemetery
Sunday 26 February, 2.00 pm,
Get with the Friends of the Cemetery for a talk amongst the tombstones about
the literary luminaries at rest in the dead centre of St Kilda.
Meet at main gate Dandenong Road. Cost $10, Bookings email@example.com
Be the RE-Generation @ St Kilda Pier
Sunday, 26 February, 4.00 pm
Young people (15 – 25 years) meet at St Kilda Pier most Sundays to help
protect the biodiversity of our beloved Bay. This week it about finding
future team leaders to learn what’s involved to supervise the planting of
Rounded Noon Flower Disphyma to help protect the Penguin habitat.
More info firstname.lastname@example.org
Playground is back – yippee @ St Kilda Adventure Playground
Monday to Friday: 3.30 pm to 6.00 pm daily
Saturday and Sunday: 12 noon to 4 pm
Public holidays: 12 noon to 4 pm
The crazy fun of the adventure playground is open again. Kids – take your
parents for a trip to Neptune Street for a walk on the wildside.
Off Neptune St, StKildaAP@portphillip.vic.gov.au
And ongoing ….
Lifetime Guarantee @ Theatreworks
Until 26 February
A rock and roll comedy featuring property development, new love, sex tapes,
divorce and a ’67 Mustang. Tix and info
The Way Things Work @ Red Stitch
Until 5 March
Corruption. Politics. Loyalty. Fear.
Tix and info | Read the TWISK was there review