Greg Poppleton 1920s Duo Make Whoopee In Victoria Room


It’s always exciting to sing the songs of the 1920s and 1930s at the Sunday Carnival in the Victoria Room.

And accompanied by Tony Gardner at the grand piano, who also let loose on a couple of instrumental rags and boogies, we hit the ’20s hard between spectacular displays by dancers, ribbon aerialists and astounding magic acts.

We’d gladly play at your place, too, if you’d like us at your party. Talk to Tony at OzManagement. Photos by Rick Monk.

Singer Greg Poppleton dances with megaphone in hand as Tony Gardner gives a crazy, swinging, two-handed version of 'Lady Be Good'.
Singer Greg Poppleton dances with megaphone in hand as Tony Gardner gives a crazy, swinging, two-handed version of ‘Lady Be Good’.
1920s-30s singer Greg Poppleton passes the birdcage mic to accompanist Tony Gardner, blowing a raspberry to punctuate a cheery performance of Tea For Two.
1920s-30s singer Greg Poppleton passes the birdcage mic to accompanist Tony Gardner, blowing a raspberry to punctuate a cheery performance of Tea For Two.
Swaying while crooning the art deco whimsy of 'Tip Toe Through The Tulips'. Pianist, Tony Gardner, toured three times with Tiny Tim.
Swaying while crooning the art deco whimsy of ‘Tip Toe Through The Tulips’. Pianist, Tony Gardner, toured three times with Tiny Tim.
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