May
24
Fri
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works
May 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works

Carved straight from the epic traditions of Greek theatre, The Three Graces is drama on a grand scale. With striking visual clarity and amplified physical performances produced by Melbourne theatre company, The Anchor, The Three Graces will plunge audiences straight into the gearshift of the twenty-first century.

The Three Graces have a lot to say. They are a legacy from a different time; an artistic symbol of what humans have chosen to preserve, what humans have valued in the past and what humans think should endure into the future. In this play, they manifest as a public fountain and meeting place. When the water is turned off, they become aware that the world is crumbling around them, and are forced to decide whether it’s worth sticking around for a future that humans are failing to preserve.

In the same city, three young women are making their way in the world. They are living in a time of extremes, with a volatile future staring them down. As woman, they finally have the power and opportunity to lead. Yet there is a snag, and it comes in the shape of a baby. Can women raise profit margins and the next generation, while simultaneously treading lightly on the earth?

This play is set at a tipping point, in a world of shifting morals. It explores the tension between our personal responsibility to the future, and our collective desperation to transform ourselves into something worthy of preservation. The Three Graces asks: can we live a valuable life under the weight of the legacies we’ve inherited? Who has the right to make their mark on this earth? And how much time do we have left before this all evaporates?

By Laura Lethlean

May
25
Sat
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works
May 25 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works

Carved straight from the epic traditions of Greek theatre, The Three Graces is drama on a grand scale. With striking visual clarity and amplified physical performances produced by Melbourne theatre company, The Anchor, The Three Graces will plunge audiences straight into the gearshift of the twenty-first century.

The Three Graces have a lot to say. They are a legacy from a different time; an artistic symbol of what humans have chosen to preserve, what humans have valued in the past and what humans think should endure into the future. In this play, they manifest as a public fountain and meeting place. When the water is turned off, they become aware that the world is crumbling around them, and are forced to decide whether it’s worth sticking around for a future that humans are failing to preserve.

In the same city, three young women are making their way in the world. They are living in a time of extremes, with a volatile future staring them down. As woman, they finally have the power and opportunity to lead. Yet there is a snag, and it comes in the shape of a baby. Can women raise profit margins and the next generation, while simultaneously treading lightly on the earth?

This play is set at a tipping point, in a world of shifting morals. It explores the tension between our personal responsibility to the future, and our collective desperation to transform ourselves into something worthy of preservation. The Three Graces asks: can we live a valuable life under the weight of the legacies we’ve inherited? Who has the right to make their mark on this earth? And how much time do we have left before this all evaporates?

By Laura Lethlean

May
26
Sun
The War On The F*#king Election 2019 @ Alex Theatre
May 26 @ 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm
The War On The F*#king Election 2019 @ Alex Theatre

The upcoming Federal Election will be full of suspense. Who will be the Liberal leader that week? How will Labor squander its unassailable lead? Will Antony Green’s computer crash? Will there be any National Party MPs not embroiled in sex scandals by then? What was the name of the Greens leader again?

The Chaser’s Charles Firth has teamed up with The Shovel’s James Schloeffel to bring you the most inaccurate guide to Election 2019. They are joined by Australia’s best television satirists: Mark Humphries (ABC-TV 7:30) and Freudian Nip’s Victoria Zerbst and Jenna Owen (SBS-TV The Feed).

Staged in the ‘National Tallyroom’ at the Alex Theatre in St Kilda, the show re-creates all the drama of an election night without the boring speeches. Includes:

How to be a “female” in the Liberal Party
How it all falls apart: Labor’s Plan for the first 100 days
Live Audience Quiz: Are you a member of One Nation?

May
27
Mon
Monday Trivia Night @ St Hotel @ St Hotel
May 27 @ 7:00 pm
Monday Trivia Night  @ St Hotel @ St Hotel

Monday night trivia for your enjoyment. Win stuff including wine and beer. This night is made for fun.

May
28
Tue
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works
May 28 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works

Carved straight from the epic traditions of Greek theatre, The Three Graces is drama on a grand scale. With striking visual clarity and amplified physical performances produced by Melbourne theatre company, The Anchor, The Three Graces will plunge audiences straight into the gearshift of the twenty-first century.

The Three Graces have a lot to say. They are a legacy from a different time; an artistic symbol of what humans have chosen to preserve, what humans have valued in the past and what humans think should endure into the future. In this play, they manifest as a public fountain and meeting place. When the water is turned off, they become aware that the world is crumbling around them, and are forced to decide whether it’s worth sticking around for a future that humans are failing to preserve.

In the same city, three young women are making their way in the world. They are living in a time of extremes, with a volatile future staring them down. As woman, they finally have the power and opportunity to lead. Yet there is a snag, and it comes in the shape of a baby. Can women raise profit margins and the next generation, while simultaneously treading lightly on the earth?

This play is set at a tipping point, in a world of shifting morals. It explores the tension between our personal responsibility to the future, and our collective desperation to transform ourselves into something worthy of preservation. The Three Graces asks: can we live a valuable life under the weight of the legacies we’ve inherited? Who has the right to make their mark on this earth? And how much time do we have left before this all evaporates?

By Laura Lethlean

May
29
Wed
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works
May 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works

Carved straight from the epic traditions of Greek theatre, The Three Graces is drama on a grand scale. With striking visual clarity and amplified physical performances produced by Melbourne theatre company, The Anchor, The Three Graces will plunge audiences straight into the gearshift of the twenty-first century.

The Three Graces have a lot to say. They are a legacy from a different time; an artistic symbol of what humans have chosen to preserve, what humans have valued in the past and what humans think should endure into the future. In this play, they manifest as a public fountain and meeting place. When the water is turned off, they become aware that the world is crumbling around them, and are forced to decide whether it’s worth sticking around for a future that humans are failing to preserve.

In the same city, three young women are making their way in the world. They are living in a time of extremes, with a volatile future staring them down. As woman, they finally have the power and opportunity to lead. Yet there is a snag, and it comes in the shape of a baby. Can women raise profit margins and the next generation, while simultaneously treading lightly on the earth?

This play is set at a tipping point, in a world of shifting morals. It explores the tension between our personal responsibility to the future, and our collective desperation to transform ourselves into something worthy of preservation. The Three Graces asks: can we live a valuable life under the weight of the legacies we’ve inherited? Who has the right to make their mark on this earth? And how much time do we have left before this all evaporates?

By Laura Lethlean

May
30
Thu
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works
May 30 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works

Carved straight from the epic traditions of Greek theatre, The Three Graces is drama on a grand scale. With striking visual clarity and amplified physical performances produced by Melbourne theatre company, The Anchor, The Three Graces will plunge audiences straight into the gearshift of the twenty-first century.

The Three Graces have a lot to say. They are a legacy from a different time; an artistic symbol of what humans have chosen to preserve, what humans have valued in the past and what humans think should endure into the future. In this play, they manifest as a public fountain and meeting place. When the water is turned off, they become aware that the world is crumbling around them, and are forced to decide whether it’s worth sticking around for a future that humans are failing to preserve.

In the same city, three young women are making their way in the world. They are living in a time of extremes, with a volatile future staring them down. As woman, they finally have the power and opportunity to lead. Yet there is a snag, and it comes in the shape of a baby. Can women raise profit margins and the next generation, while simultaneously treading lightly on the earth?

This play is set at a tipping point, in a world of shifting morals. It explores the tension between our personal responsibility to the future, and our collective desperation to transform ourselves into something worthy of preservation. The Three Graces asks: can we live a valuable life under the weight of the legacies we’ve inherited? Who has the right to make their mark on this earth? And how much time do we have left before this all evaporates?

By Laura Lethlean

Cruise Thursdays @ Sunset Cali
May 30 @ 8:00 pm – May 31 @ 1:00 am
Cruise Thursdays @ Sunset Cali

*NEW THURDAYS IN ST KILDA*

We’re super excited to bring you St Kilda’s new Thursday night fun!

DRAG SHOWS // DJs // DRINK SPECIALS // SPECTACULAR VIEWS

Hosted by : Melbourne’s FINEST QUEENS! Amena Jay Alura and Daytona
Special guest : Taylor Made

TUNES : Salvador Darling (Beaút / POOF DOOF)
Matt Doll ( Ladies Of The 80s / HONCHO DISKO )

DRINK SPECIALS :
$5 basics from 8-10pm
$5 pots of beer and cider
$5 wet pussy shots all night!

FREE ENTRY * OUTDOOR SMOKING SECTION * SUNSETS

All welcome …see you there!

May
31
Fri
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works
May 31 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works

Carved straight from the epic traditions of Greek theatre, The Three Graces is drama on a grand scale. With striking visual clarity and amplified physical performances produced by Melbourne theatre company, The Anchor, The Three Graces will plunge audiences straight into the gearshift of the twenty-first century.

The Three Graces have a lot to say. They are a legacy from a different time; an artistic symbol of what humans have chosen to preserve, what humans have valued in the past and what humans think should endure into the future. In this play, they manifest as a public fountain and meeting place. When the water is turned off, they become aware that the world is crumbling around them, and are forced to decide whether it’s worth sticking around for a future that humans are failing to preserve.

In the same city, three young women are making their way in the world. They are living in a time of extremes, with a volatile future staring them down. As woman, they finally have the power and opportunity to lead. Yet there is a snag, and it comes in the shape of a baby. Can women raise profit margins and the next generation, while simultaneously treading lightly on the earth?

This play is set at a tipping point, in a world of shifting morals. It explores the tension between our personal responsibility to the future, and our collective desperation to transform ourselves into something worthy of preservation. The Three Graces asks: can we live a valuable life under the weight of the legacies we’ve inherited? Who has the right to make their mark on this earth? And how much time do we have left before this all evaporates?

By Laura Lethlean

Jun
1
Sat
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works
Jun 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Three Graces @ Theatre Works

Carved straight from the epic traditions of Greek theatre, The Three Graces is drama on a grand scale. With striking visual clarity and amplified physical performances produced by Melbourne theatre company, The Anchor, The Three Graces will plunge audiences straight into the gearshift of the twenty-first century.

The Three Graces have a lot to say. They are a legacy from a different time; an artistic symbol of what humans have chosen to preserve, what humans have valued in the past and what humans think should endure into the future. In this play, they manifest as a public fountain and meeting place. When the water is turned off, they become aware that the world is crumbling around them, and are forced to decide whether it’s worth sticking around for a future that humans are failing to preserve.

In the same city, three young women are making their way in the world. They are living in a time of extremes, with a volatile future staring them down. As woman, they finally have the power and opportunity to lead. Yet there is a snag, and it comes in the shape of a baby. Can women raise profit margins and the next generation, while simultaneously treading lightly on the earth?

This play is set at a tipping point, in a world of shifting morals. It explores the tension between our personal responsibility to the future, and our collective desperation to transform ourselves into something worthy of preservation. The Three Graces asks: can we live a valuable life under the weight of the legacies we’ve inherited? Who has the right to make their mark on this earth? And how much time do we have left before this all evaporates?

By Laura Lethlean