It was Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters‘ third exciting Friday of a four week residency at the enormously popular 1920s Gin Mill Social, The Rocks Village Bizarre, last Friday night, 21 November 6:30 – 9:45pm.
Who is Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters? Sydney’s only authentic, hot, 1920s singer and dance band.
What a night of hot 1920s jazz, razz-ma-tazz and vaudeville it was with Thor the fire dancer and Penny the fan dancer getting standing ovations from the audience in the band intermissions! Did you miss out? You have one more chance next Friday 28 November, 6:30 – 9:45pm.
It’s a non-stop show you can dip in and out of as you see all the other exciting acts and stalls The Rocks Village Bizarre has to offer you. And it’s FREE!
All set to go! Group photo. Then its time to go crazy with a night of 1920s Frantica Antica.
We will be returning to play at Sydney’s hottest 1920s ticket, The Gin Mill Social at Slide Cabaret on Thursday night, 18 December.
Every month, Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters open The Gin Mill Social, Slide Cabaret, 41 Oxford St, Surry Hills. It’s the 1920s in there! An exquisite art deco room with 1920s cuisine and gin in tea cups, juggling, tap dancing, aerials, music, fan dancing, a police raid and more! Next Gin Mill Social at Slide is Thursday 18 December. Find out more.
Thor, the fire dancer. He performs an amazing finale walking on his hands while holding the flaming touches in his feet. I’ll try and snap that next week.
Every Friday night from 7 November to 19 December, The Rocks is transformed into a world of mystery, magic, music and markets. Catch a glimpse of a colossal white rabbit peeping over rooftops. Encounter captivating characters around every corner…
Gravitate towards The Gin Mill Social, step out to the hotcha Kings of Frantica Antica, Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, graze on mouth-watering morsels at open-air food stalls or snag a cosy corner seat. Meander through the Village Bizarre Night Markets, and explore a unique curation of Etsy stalls each Friday. Adopt an alter ego for the evening with a daring and dazzling makeover at the Parlour Bizarre…
Can Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters play at your party, wedding and corporate function, too? Yes, no party is too big or small. Australia’s only authentic 1920s singer and band play for background and for dancing. And we always play at a volume where your guests can talk easily with eachother. We can be a Trio and everything in between to Sydney’s only hot 1920s Dance Orchestra. Ask us here.
See you Friday at The Gin Mill Social, Rocks Village Bizarre. Spread the word. Tweet, FB, instagram, tell your friends.
I’ve put a map for you at the end of this blog so you can find us easily. Just a short walk from Circular Quay train station, the ferry wharves and Circular Quay bus terminal. See you this Friday, Greg.