You are cordially invited to a very special evening of magic and music – or as we like to call it: Sorcery & Swing.
For one night only the original, ornate 1920s vintage Cellos Grand Dining Room in the historic 1920s Castlereagh Boutique Hotel will be transformed into the Sydney Solstice Speakeasy for Sorcery and Swing.
Come dressed to the nines in your finest Roaring Twenties fashion (girls in pearls, guys in ties). There’s even a small dance floor to swing, Charleston and balboa to.
You will be greeted with close-up magic, champagne & canapés before being seated for a delicious three-course dinner.
My quartet and I will serenade you with 1920s music for dining and dancing throughout the evening. On sousaphone and trumpet will be Geoff Power, guitar and banjo Grahame Conlon and Damon Poppleton will play alto and soprano saxophone. My friend, Bruce Glen will be making the magic.
Bruce is known as The Gentleman Magician, “Charming and with impeccable manners…you’re almost unaware of the stunts he’s pulling off in front of you until they’ve actually happened,” Edinburgh International Magic Festival.
WHEN: 7:00PM Saturday 12th June
WHERE: The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, 169 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
TICKETS: $125 includes welcome champagne and canapés, three course dinner, all entertainment. Cash bar available (but shhhh….this is the Prohibition Era).
Phone: 02 9284 1006
I look forward to greeting you at Sorcery and Swing in The Sydney Solstice Speakeasy.
Please keep this between us (and a few hundred of your closest friends) – we don’t want those pesky Feds shutting us down.
Just go to the secret door and tell ’em Greg sent ya.
Very Best Regards,