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

Amazing final week @ MAP57 on the triangle

Until 30 July (closed Mondays)

Blanc de Blanc

Until 30 July, 7.30 pm
Fast paced, fabulous circus meets cabaret. Skilled, sexy, funny adult entertainment. A blast. Hear audience comments in our GDayStKilda one-minute podcast 
Tix | Read our review in previous post

Djuki Mala

Until 28 July, 7.15 pm
Direct from NE Arnhem Land, Indigenous dance and YouTube sensations Djuki Mala. $45/$35 Tix
Tina Del Twist
Friday 28 July
One of the most unique voices to have hit the cabaret stage. It is jazzy, smoky, powerful and heart wrenching $35 Tix 
Peter Combe: Live It Up and Bellyflop In A Pizza
Saturday 29 July, 11 am
(FAMILY) Quirky songs from his new album LIVE IT UP plus old faves like Jack & the Beanstalk, Wash Your Face in Orange Juice, Newspaper Mama, Juicy Juicy Green Grass, Spaghetti Bolognaise, Chopsticks, Tadpole Blues…with special guests, kids from the Wesley Elsternwick Choir! $24 Tix
Saturday 29 July, 2 pm
(FAMILY) Daniel Oldaker aka ?Dandyman? is billed as a dash of Mr Bean, a pinch of Jim Carey, Salvadore Dali and Jerry Lewis, $22 / $15 Tix 
Vika and Linda
Saturday 29 July, 5 pm
Amazing chance to see these giants of local music in the spiegeltent – don’t miss this. $45 Tix
Winter Wonderland Disco Yoga
Sunday 30 July, 11 am
Get your warm gear on for this – you’ll never have to prove your commitment again. $25 Tix 

Celebrating 160 years @ Christ Church on Acland

Friday 28 July, Saturday 29 July, Sunday 30 July, 5.30 pm – 11.00 pm
Christ Church celebrates turning 160 and launches a restoration fundraising drive in style with a festival of light, music and hospitality running until Friday 4 August. Highlights include:
Friday 28 July
Church illuminated externally with historical display in the church with entertainment and music 5.30 pm – 11 pm
Saturday 29 July

Open House program 10 am – 4 pm.
Church illuminated externally with historical display in the church with entertainment and music 5.30 pm – 11 pm
Sunday 30 July
Celebratory communion service led by Archbishop Phillip Freier 10 am
Open House program 1 pm- 4 pm
Church illuminated externally with historical display in the church with entertainment and music 5.30 pm – 11 pm
Monday 31 July to Thursday 3 August
Historical display in the church.
Friday 4 August
Community concert and historical display 7 pm
Flier | Facebook | Link to fundraising site

Open House Melbourne @ St Kilda locations
Weekend Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July
Christ Church, Acland Street (as above): Historic sandstone church corner of Acland and Eildon
Edgewater Towers, Saturday 10 am – 4 pm. Sold originally as Manhattan comes to Melbourne, this old dame has been home to many colourful characters
Eildon Mansion, Sunday 10 am – 3 pm. Sophisticated example of a Renaissance Revival style mansion with French style activities
Jewish Museum, Sunday 10 am – 5 pm. Fascinating local museum with a rich cultural story
Westbury Street Green Roof, Sunday 10 am – 4 pm. Clever rooftop garden showcases green ideas
Ulimaroa: Victorian Italianate building now home to the College of Anaesthetists and their Museum of Anaesthetic History (we’ve heard its a knockout) booking required $5
Luna Park:
booked out
Open House website 

Liver Tonic @ Memo
Friday 28 July, 7.00 pm
Celebrating World Hepatitis Day, Harm Reduction Victoria invites you to celebrate ‘Liver Tonic’ with an all-star line-up of artists.
Check the great line up 

Community ice bath @ St Kilda Life Saving Club
Saturdays 29 July, 12 noon
Discover the health benefits of ice therapy at an info session and try out the community ice bath.
$35 Info

A Pole Showcase Extravaganza @ Alex
Saturday 29 July, 7 pm
240 minutes of circus style using pole, aerials, dance and acrobatics to take you on an exhilarating journey. $70 / $30 Tix

Prince tribute @ Memo
Saturday 29 July, 8.40 pm
Andrew De Silva from 90’s R&B sensation CDB and winner of Australia’s Got Talent, along with with some of Australia’s finest touring stars are ‘Purple Revolution‘ – A Tribute to Prince. More info

Keith Sweat @ Palais
Saturday 29 July, 8 pm (note changed date)
Pioneering the New Jack Swing style fusing electro-hip-hop production and contemporary urban R&B, Harlem, New York’s Keith Sweat became one of the most popular R&B/soul producers, singers and songwriters of the late ‘80s and ‘90s. Support is CBD. Tix 

An Inconvenient Sequel film fundraiser @ Classic Cinema

Sunday 30 July, 3 pm
Advance screening of the sequel to Al Gore’s 2006 powerful enviro film for Friends Of Suai/Covalima and Port Phillip Ecocentre. There will be a notable surprise speaker, nibbles and drinks for purchase at the bar. $24 Tix  | YouTube 

Terrence Malick double feature @ Astor
Sunday 30 July, 7 pm
Bandlands and Days of Heaven. See a young Martin Sheen in a great role on screen. Tix 

Don’t miss

Incognito @ Redstitch

Until Sunday 13 August
Princeton, New Jersey, 1955. Thomas Stoltz Harvey performs the autopsy on Albert Einstein – and then steals his brain. A play about what it means to be human and the role of memory.

Frankenstein @ Theatreworks
Until Saturday 29 July, matinees and evenings
A dark yet moving portrayal of one of horror’s most iconic creations. Script by Lally Katz (interesting)

A Whole Different Animal @ Brightspace
Until 12 August, Opening: Saturday 22 July (2-4pm)
60 works by established and younger artists working in various mediums, providing an opportunity to reflect on representations of animals in art.

Emerald Hill Art Group @ Gallery
Until Wednesday 9 August
The Emerald Hill Art Group Annual Exhibition explores time – its implications, joys and relentless progression.
The Gallery, St Kilda Town Hall

Coming soon. TWISK explores Fitzroy Street
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