The hottest 1920s ticket in town is most definitely the
Gin Mill Social at Slide on 41 Oxford St in Surry Hills.
I’ve posted some photos of the 24 October show for you I’m sure you’ll like.
The 14 November show at
Slide is already sold out. BUT there are still some tickets left for Thursday 18 December, Friday 20 February and Friday 20 March. So why not get your friends together for a 1920s night or celebrate your birthday in Gin Mill Social style?
Getting a snap of Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, Sydney’s only authentic 1920s singer and duo at the 24 October Gin Mill Social at Slide
Sydney’s only authentic 1920s singer,
Greg Poppleton and his hot Bakelite Broadcasters always kick off proceedings with plenty of roaring 20s rhythmic hotcha and a Charleston to get you onto the dance floor.
Then there’s music for dancing by world-touring Universal artists, the Emma Hamilton Trio and a host of amazing acts, great food, great atmosphere and lots of fun.
STOP PRESS: Friday’s in November, at The Rocks Village Bizarre, see the Gin Mill Social with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, The Rocks Square (Playfair St) 6:30-9:45pm.
The Gin Mill Social is the hottest 1920s ticket in town. The only authentic 1920s singer around, Greg Poppleton, with his Bakelite Broadcasters, always opens proceedings with an hour of syncopated hotcha.
Jeremy Brennan, the originator and producer of the Gin Mill Social, Mo, Diva and Helpmann Awards nominee, award-winning actor and songwriter.
Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, Geoff Power on sousaphone and Paul Baker, banjo.
Missy, classic fan dancer
Geoff Power soloing on trumpet with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters.
Missy on the trapeze. She performs an amazing aerial as Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters play Hindustan
Mr Gorski – world-touring juggler
Emma Hamilton singing and playing piano with Thomas Hamilton on the drums. They are the main musical act for the Gin Mill Social, playing for many of the acts and filling the dance floor. Born into a musical family, Emma’s relationship with music started at a young age, having formed her first band at age 12 with Thomas. The pair have already got some runs on the board, having opened for the likes of Ryan Adams, US Jazz stars Tuck and Patti, Christine Anu, Paulini, and they performed live and solo at the 2011 Carols in the Domain, Sydney. 2011 saw the start of Emma’s touring career, whereby she sold out all her shows across Australia including The Paris Cat in Melbourne, The Wrong Crowd Geelong, The Albury Jazz club, The Brisbane Jazz Club, 505 Sydney, Lizotte’s Dee Why, and participated in numerous festivals including Sydney Aroma Festival, headlining Brisbane French Festival, Newcastle Jazz Festival, Adelaide Hills Hoot Festival and so on.
Hot tap dancing
It’s a raid! Afterall it is Prohibition 1920s at Slide with your favourite hooch served in fine bone china teacups.
The great, friendly bar staff at the Gin Mill Social.
Dressed 1920s, the regulation teacups and fine 1920s cuisine make the Gin Mill Social an amazing, dazzling, entertainment experience
A Missy fan dancing encore!
The Gin Mill Social MC for the 24th October show was ‘Mitzi’, you might know her as Monica Trapaga, singing a few songs with Jeremy Brennan at the grand piano.
The dance floor
The Gin Mill Social party begins, with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters on stage in the background.
Get your tickets now for the exciting last Gin Mill Social show for 2014!