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Head for the Clouds @ Alex
Monday 3 April – Saturday 8 April, 11 am
Head for the Clouds is for the under 7’s. It begins with a clown like innocence building into a raucous pantomime.$10 / $35 family of 4
Tix and info

Musical Mime Mash up @ Alex
Monday 3 April – Saturday 8 April, 11 am
Meet George ‘Cleaner to the Stars’ and his quirky look at the world of
theatre, life and cleaning up after the show.Props, costumes, laughter!
45mins, 17 characters, 13 stories and no words. $15/$12
http://www.alextheatrestk.com/whats-on-alex/musical-mime-mash


Rooming house artists @ Alliance Française

Tuesday 4 April – 21 April, 9.30 am – 6.00 pm, closed Sundays (and Easter)
Sacred Heart Mission’s Queens Road Rooming House Plus Program (RHPP) presents an exhibition and sale of art made by their residents. 60% of the sale price will go to the artist. Public opening event Friday 7 April,  5 pm start with residents playing music, speeches and refreshments. More info


Sunny Ray and the Magnificent Moon @ National
Wednesday 5 April, 11:00am
A delight audiences aged four years and over. Running time: 45 minutes. All Tickets $20
Info and tix


Elster Creek Wildlife Challenge @ Elster Creek
Rescheduled Saturday, 8 April 2017, 7.00 am – 12 midnight
Gio Fitzpatrick, EcoCentre Youth Wildlife Ambassador and convenor of Friends of Elster Creek, is repeating his exciting challenge to spot more species in Elster Creek in a single day than the number of species at the Melbourne Zoo! Last year Gio and community volunteers found 372 species in a single day – fish, reptiles, mammals, insects, birds and more. Register here


Social Ride St Kilda – Beaumaris @ St Kilda BUG

Saturday 8 April, 9.00 am – departs EcoCentre
Cycle 40 kms (return) from St Kilda to Beaumaris and back following the Bayside Coastal Art Trail. You can catch train on return from Sandy station if you want. Either way it’s a leisurely and informative ride. Non- BUG members welcome. BYO spare inner tube, myki card, water, nibbles.
RSVP portphillipbug@gmail.com or Liz 0421 236 895


Hot afternoon @ Astor
Sunday 9 April, 4 pm
Classic afternoon romp. Delight as two jazz players ‘dress up’ to avoid the
mob, only to be enchanted by Sugar Kane Kowalczyk who sings and plays the
ukulele with swinging style. Info and tix


History of Acland book @ Pozzible

Pledge before 10 April
Want to know more about Jazz Centre 44 which operated in the fifties where McDonald’s now is? Easy – support the crowd funding campaign for Judith Buckrich’s new history of
Acland Street due out in November. For a pledge of $50, you can effectively pre-purchase the book.
Pledge now


Watch for Anthony and Bill in the ‘hood

Yes both Bill Nighy and A.C. Grayling are playing for sold out crowds This Week in St Kilda. Bill at the Astor on Tuesday and Anthony at the Town Hall on Thursday. Damn – I missed out – you’ve got to be quick these days.

On going


Rules for Living @ Red Stitch
Until 16 April
Drawing on theories of CBT, Rules for Living is a study of our perfectionist culture that exposes the neuroses beneath. Tix and info