See; Do: What’s on around town

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BYO bump: Hampton Children’s Playhouse is celebrating the opening of new comedy, What To Expect When You Are Expecting, starring Cameron Diaz, Chris Rock (above left) and Tom Lennon (above right). The fundraiser costs $25 (including a small popcorn or Choc Top). At Palace Dendy Brighton, 26 Church Street, Brighton, 6.30pm. Details: email May 31.

Winter warmer: Tickets are on sale for Glen Eira City Council’s Winter Music Series 2012. The seventh annual series promises a range for all tastes, including performer Eddie Perfect. Don’t miss the opener on June 3, with the sound of the Society Syncopators and a fabulous high tea. At Glen Eira Town Hall, corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield. Details: visit Until August.

Mix retro with new: Fitzroy clothing store Circa Vintage is presenting a pop-up shop at Westfield Southland all month. Owner Nicole Jenkins has brought her favourites to show how to mix vintage clothing and accessories with the latest autumn-winter offerings. She is also running workshops, for which bookings are essential; call 0434 498 740 or email At Westfield Southland, Westfield Style Lounge, Level 2 (near Country Road). Throughout May.

Make most of mosaics: Mosaic artist Pamela Irving will host a workshop, Adventure into Spontaneous Mosaic, at Beaumaris Art Group studios, 84-98 Reserve Road, Beaumaris, from 10.30am to 3.30pm. Details: call 9589 4917 or visit May 27.

Men of voice: The renowned Victoria Welsh Male Choir will perform popular classics, light opera and music from the stage at St Michaels Anglican Church, 30 Dalgetty Road, Beaumaris, at 2.30pm. Tickets $25. Details:call 9585 2758. June 3.

Sneakers as art: Check out 20 pairs of pimped-up sneakers while you’re shopping at Chadstone. Artists from around the world were invited to design a pair for London street-turned-gallery artist Remi/Rough, and the exhibition, which celebrates street art, is on display. At 1341 Dandenong Road, Chadstone. Details: visit Until June 3.

Uplifting repertoire: Renowned keyboardist Tony Fenelon will pay tribute to the music performed on the Titanic in a concert in Brighton. Raising the Titanic features tunes played during the voyage and other music of the era. Fenelon has performed on more than 30 overseas tours and has been awarded the Order of Australia for service to music. At Palace Dendy Theatre, 26 Church Street, Brighton, 1.30pm. Admission $30, Melbourne Theatre Organ members $25, students $10, under 18 free. Details: call 9563 2927. May 27.

Caulfield calling: Delight your senses by touring the 100 delectable stalls at Caulfield Market. Parents can enjoy gourmet food while kids can let loose to live music, pony rides or get their faces painted. At Caulfield Racecourse, corner Station Street and Kambrook Road, Caulfield, from 9am to 2pm. Entry: $2, kids free. Details: visit May 27.

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