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The Forgotten Factory @ Laneway Artspace
From Monday 30 January
A living history exhibition about the history of the lanes around The Laneway Artspace (148A Barkly Street). This was the former site of Rodd Silverware which was a major employer in St Kilda.
Open seven days, from 10am until 6pm daily. Entry by donation.
148A Barkly Street  More info

Tassels and Tefillin @ JewMu
Until 28 May, closed Mondays
Explore the meaning and symbolism of ritual costumes worn by Jews around the world and throughout history. Intriguing, unique and significant to spiritual practice.
$10 / $5

The Way Things Work @ Red Stitch
From Tuesday 31 Jan
Corruption. Politics. Loyalty. Fear. It’s the death of democracy behind closed doors. Written and directed by Aidan Fennessy featuring Featuring chilling portrayals by Joe Petruzzi and Peter Houghton.
Red Stitch

Three faces of power by Pip Utton @ Theatreworks
1 – 5 February
Pip Utton has been doing one-man theatrical monologs for twenty years or more, with great applause of the fringe scene in the UK and Europe. Over five nights he presents three powerful performance of the faces of power. Buy tix for none $40 or all three for $95
Adolf | Churchill |Maggie

Tarrus Riley @ Prince bandroom
2 February, 8 pm
Jamaican reggae will get the POW moving. Supports include Zare Demus, Chant Down Sound Feat. Jesse I & Ras Crucial, DJ Eryq plus King Ru & DJ Ragz

Jim Jarmusch double @ Astor
Friday 3 February, 7.30 pm
Patterson (2016) and the legendary Down By Law (1986), two great films bookending a film career for cool Jim.
Tix and info





Yalukit Wilum Ngargee @ O’Donnell Gardens
Saturday 4 February, 1 pm – 9 pm
A free Indigenous music and cultural Festival with a program of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music and arts. Now in its 12th year, this is a low-key celebration of Indigenous culture features emerging and established Indigenous musicians, dancers and performers, market stall holders, children’s activities and festival activities. Family friendly
See the program 

Saturday French beginners @ Alliance Française
4 Feb – 4 March 2017 , Saturdays 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
Try French at the beautiful Grey Street campus.
Booking essential as classes fill quickly.
Details and info 

Gatorade Triathlon Race 3
Sunday 5 February, 7 am – 11 am
Ormond Eslpanade, Elwood

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