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Heart of St Kilda Concert

On Tuesday 23 October we celebrated the 11th annual Heart of St Kilda Concert at the Palais Theatre.

It was a night not to be missed - an evening of entertainment thanks to our powerhouse line-up, featuring some of Australia’s best musicians and comedians, including:

Archie Roach, Kate Ceberano, Tex Perkins & The Fat Rubber Band, Anne Edmonds, CDB, Linda Bull & Sime Nugent: Stardust, Bob Franklin, The Cartridge Family, Thando, Nath Valvo, Alma Zygier, Bev Killick, Margret RoadKnight, Loose Tooth, Imelda Yalcin, Rebecca Barnard, Billy Miller & The Caravan Choir and The Meltdown.

The wonderful Brian Nankervis again took the lead role as our MC.

As every year, our Heart of St Kilda Concert raised much-needed funds for our Meals Program, based in our Dining Hall in Grey St, St Kilda, which supplies free, hot and nutritious meals 365 days of the year to people experiencing homelessness and disadvantage.

Raffle ticket winners 2018

Here are the winners of our Heart of St Kilda raffle:

1. Prize: Vintage Model reissue V6 Electric Guitar
Signed by all artists performing at the Heart of St Kilda Concert 2018,
Valued at $695 and kindly donated by GH Music
Winner: Kez

2. Prize: Two house seats to see THE CATHERINE TATE SHOW LIVE at the Palais on Friday 16 November at 8pm
Plus a night for two at the Novotel Melbourne St Kilda and a $200 voucher for a meal at Captain Baxter overlooking the St Kilda foreshore!
Valued at $600 and kindly donated by the Palais Theatre, the Novotel Melbourne St Kilda and St Kilda Venues
Winner: Mel Sheppard

3. Prize: A night's accommodation at the Crown Metropol Melbourne (Southbank), including valet parking and breakfast for two
Valued up to $550 and kindly donated by Crown Metropol Melbourne
Winner: Annie Dawson

4. Prize: A private Prosecco Masterclass for four, with Melissa Brauer, The Prosecco Queen 
Learn about the history, origin and winemaking process of Italian Prosecco on site, whilst sampling award-winning Italian DOCG Prosecco and enjoying some antipasto
Valued at $360 and kindly donated by Melissa Brauer, The Prosecco Queen.Winner: Bobby Patel

5. Prize: Two pairs of Vans sports shoes of your choice
Vans is an American manufacturer of skateboarding shoes and related apparel. Vans sponsors surf, snowboarding, BMX, and motocross
Valued at $300 and kindly donated by Vans
Winner: Kathryn Haberman

6. Prize: A double pass to see the RocKwiz Revue 2018 live at the Palais Theatre on 23 November plus a RocKwiz merchandise pack
Valued at $250 and kindly donated by RocKwiz
Winner: Jane Saunders

7. Prize: A Milk! Records gift pack comprising vinyl and CDs from artists including Loose Tooth, Courtney Barnett, Jen Cloher and more
Valued at $200 and kindly donated by Milk! Records
Winner: Jenny Jessop

8. Prize: A Luna Park Family Pass and a $50 meal voucher for Fitzrovia
Valued at $160 and kindly donated by Luna Park and Fitzrovia
Winner: Andy Ulbrick

9. Prize: ‘The Entertainer’ deluxe hamper - Le Creuset oil and vinegar set, Laguiole 3 piece cutlery set, mini mason dishes from Robert Gordon, mango wood serving board
Valued at $145 and kindly donated by Hampa Co
Winner: Sally Cessford

10. Prize: A Melbourne International Comedy Festival package.
Two double passes to artists produced by the Festival during the Festival's opening weekend
Valued at $120 and kindly donated by the Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Winner: Donna

11. Prize: Two tickets to the Alma Zygier Quartet in concert at the Jazz Lab Brunswick
Plus a signed copy of Bob Franklin's award-winning collection of short stories Under Stones
Valued at $60 and kindly donated by Alma Zygier and Bob Franklin
Winner: Brendan Beeston

Congratulations to all winners!

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