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Half price parking @  Fitzroy Street
From 1 July
Council has slashed street parking fees by over 50% in Fitzroy Street and surrounding streets until 30 September. The new hourly rate is $1.80, with a new maximum daily rate of $8.50. Full details

Children are stinky @ MAP57
Until 9 July, 11.30 am
FAMILY: High calibre circus, a rocking soundtrack and genuine belly laughs propelled the Australian debut of Children are Stinky to 5 Star Sell-Out seasons in Adelaide and Edinburgh. $22 Tix 

How to be a rock star @ Map57
Until 16 July, 3.30 pm
FAMILY: Winner Best Comedy Weekly Award 2017 Adelaide Fringe. Release your  (and your child’s) inner rock legend with air guitar, power poses and signature dance moves. $20/$15 Tix 

Democracy in Timor with Damien Kingsbury @ Town Hall

Tuesday 4 July, 6.30 pm
Friends of Suai / Covalima Speaker Event with Professor Damien Kingsbury discussing the role of observers in election processes, the state of Timor-Leste’s democratic process, and likely outcomes for the country’s medium and longer political future. All Welcome

80’s Fit fun with Mixed Tape Fitness @ Map 57 St Kilda

Wednesday 5th July, 7.15 pm
An 80’s inspired aerobics party launching the on-going program at the Lifesaving Club. Dig out your lycra, sweat bands & leg warmers. BYO exercise mat (some available for loan), drink bottle & towel.$25 Tix

Book sale @ Library
Thursday 6 July, 10 am – 3 pm
Buy instead of borrow.
More info

Clairy Browne @ Memo
Friday 7 July, 8 pm
Billed as a pop up show, the Memo will be standing room only for this local now global R&B sassy songstress. $25 Tix | Youtube 

Bookshop gig with Dave Graney and Clare Moore @ Readings
Saturday 8 July, 1 pm
Enjoy an intimate performance by local talent Dave Graney and Clare Moore. The two musicians will be joined by Stu Thomas to play songs from their new album, Let’s Get Tight.
Free but please book here

Nick Cave: One More Time With Feeling @ Astor
Saturday 8 July, 4 pm
Interwoven with performances of the Skelton Tree album tracks are interviews and footage, accompanied by Cave’s narration and improvised rumination, resulting in a fragile, raw and a true testament to an artist trying to find his way through the darkness.

Fiona O’Loughlin @ MAP57
Thursday 6 July – Saturday 8 July, 7.30
Local stand-up legend. $35

Renee Geyer @ MAP57
Saturday 8 July, 8.45 pm
Local legend and ARIA Hall of Fame member. $45

Embody Love Workshop @ Lifesaving Club

Sunday 9 July, 10.30 am – 1.30 pm
A workshop for women 19 years and older dismantling the ‘beauty myth’. Facilitators Melissa Armstrong and Melinda Bey will explore media literacy, encourage kinder conversations with ourselves, an embodied yoga practice and creating beauty from the inside out. $90
Book hello@upathletic.com.au      www.upathletic.com.au
Hosted by Up! Athletic @ St Kilda Life Saving Club
Level 1, 34 Jacka Blvd, St Kilda 3182

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Charlie Hides #TransAtlanticDame @ Alex
19 July Webnesday 8 pm
International drag star Charlie Hides returns to Australia with a brand new show #TransAtlanticDame. Known for his uncanny comic impersonations of dozens of A list celebrities, Charlie will be bringing some of his “divas” to perform as well as well as spilling the “tea” on Rupaul’s Drag Race. From $39

Don’t miss

The Moors @ Redstitch

Until Sunday 9 July
A black comedy about love, obsession and being seen.
The Age: a kinky, brilliant homage Four stars

Audience instagram snap #blancshow

Blanc de Blanc @ MAP57
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