Great Art Deco Ball 2023 – Photos


Greg Poppleton returned by popular demand to the Great Art Deco Ball – celebrating 13 years, 4th February 2023 – in the timeless elegance of Katoomba’s wedding cake Carrington Hotel

Dinner, dancing and a dazzling entertainment ‘1920’s style’.

Greg Poppleton, Australia’s only authentic 1920s – 1930s singer, brings the ‘twenties’ to life with vintage glamour. With Greg in his band were Geoff Power (trumpet & sousaphone), Bradley Newman (grand piano) and Adam Barnard (washboard & snare).

A full fouse stepped out in fashion and danced the night away, a sumptuous 3-course dinner, and prize for best dressed. (won by Mary Grace).

I’ll be back with the band singing the songs of the 1920s at next year’s Great Art Deco Ball, Saturday 3 February 7 – 11pm.Tickets include a 3 course dinner, 3 hour beverage package and live entertainment by by Australia’s only authentic 1920s-30s singer, Greg Poppleton.

Contact reception on 4782 1111 or carrington@thecarrington.com.au to reserve your seat today!
Carrington’s Art Deco Ball booking website

Accommodation packages available for the weekend!

Dancing to Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters

CARRINGTON HOTEL

The Carrington Hotel is a heritage-listed former spa, hotel and power station and now hotel and public bar located at Katoomba Street, Katoomba in the City of Blue Mountains local government area of New South Wales, Australia. It was designed by John Kirkpatrick and Bosser in 1882; and by Edward H. Hogben with Goyder Brothers in 1911-13; and built from 1882 to 1913 by F. Drewett in 1882; and by Howie, Brown and Moffit in 1912-13. It is also known as Great Western Hotel. The property is privately owned. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999.

The Carrington is the only 19th century grand resort hotel still in use in New South Wales. It also retains much of the fabric of its major phases of development and continues to occupy the commanding position in Katoomba that it has done since its construction. It was built in 1883 by Harry George Rowell, a large hotel owner from Sydney, and was owned by a series of prominent families over the next century. Today it is still operating as a high class hotel providing accommodation and restaurant services.

WHERE GREG POPPLETON WILL BE PLAYING

From 1885 Carrington began to make additions to the premises including an additional wing, dining hall, two drawing rooms and a music room, resulting in 119 bedrooms and seven suites of rooms, two tennis courts and flower and vegetable gardens.. He told a newspaper reporter in 1890 of the improvements he had made. The article read,

“Among the additions and improvements to the building are the following — a wing built (in 1886) of cut stone, and having a southerly aspect, consisting of 20 single rooms, and called ‘the bachelors’ wing.’ Early in 1888 Mr. Goyder, having taken advantage of his right, purchased the hotel, and, finding the accommodation insufficient, added 50 more rooms. This addition stands in the courtyard and is joined to the main building. It is higher than the remaining portions of the hotel and adds to the imposing appearance of the pile. A music-room has also been added to the drawing room, and is separated from it by large folding doors. The floor of the music room is of polished tallow-wood, and is partly covered with Austrian rugs, which are easily removed for dancing. The piano is a Brinsmead, and is considered one of the finest grands; its tone is full and soft. The dining hall is also new; it measures 60ft, by 40ft. The floor is carpeted, and everything conducive to comfort is present. The ceiling is lofty, the lighting good, and the table decorations and menu leave nothing to be desired. This hall is capable of seating 200 guests. There are now 135 rooms in the hotel, among which are seven suites of private apartments, most comfortably furnished and conveniently situated, including one of the prettiest bridal suites to be found in the colonies.”

Sorcery & Swing Comes to Melbourne 7 October


Sorcery and Swing comes to Melbourne, Friday 7 October. Book Now!

Join us for this Unique Roaring Twenties music and magic Dinner Show.

Bookings & Enquiries: https://www.kelvinclub.com/whats-on or (03) 9654 5711

6.30pm ARRIVAL for 7.00pm START at the Kelvin Club, Melbourne Place, Melbourne

FEATURING MAGIC and MUSIC – SORCERY and SWING
Vaudeville brought back to life as you dine in style in the sophisticated Kelvin Club

In singer, Greg Poppleton’s 1920s band, Melbourne’s finest trad musicians…

Ian Smith – sousaphone and cornet
Jason Downes – saxophone and clarinet
Peter Baylor – guitar

The Kelvin Club will be transforming into a “Roaring Twenties” speakeasy for this not-to-be-missed event!

“Moonshine” and canapés served on arrival – together with intimate close-up miracles from The Gentleman Magician.

◆ THE SORCERY… The engaging magic of Bruce Glen, The Gentleman Magician

◆ THE SWING… The superb 1920s-1930s music of Greg Poppleton and his band

ENJOY DINNER AND DANCING ACCOMPANIED BY THE MUSIC OF “TIN PAN ALLEY” – FEATURING…

Greg Poppleton – Australia’s only authentic 1920s-30s singer
Ian Smith – sousaphone and cornet
Peter Baylor – guitar
Jason Downes – clarinet and alto saxophone

  • Hear the captivating crooning of Greg Poppleton and his band
  • Unique storytelling magic by Bruce Glen, The Gentleman Magician
  • Fabulous 2-course dinner
  • Authentic speakeasy
  • A glass of authentic sparkling wine ‘Moonshine’ and canapes on arrival

The Great Gatsby never had it so good!

Greg Poppleton 1920s singer and The Gentleman Magician Bruce Glen - Sorcery & Magic Show
Greg Poppleton 1920s singer and The Gentleman Magician Bruce Glen – Sorcery & Magic Show

Venue: Kelvin Club, Melbourne Place, Melbourne 3000
Time: 6.30pm arrival for 7.00 pm start
Dress Code: 1920s Guys in ties, Girls in pearls
Single Tickets: $95 per person + booking fee
Inclusive of sparkling wine “moonshine” and canapés on arrival, 2-course dinner, entertainment, GST

Bookings & Enquiries: https://www.kelvinclub.com/whats-on or (03) 9654 5711

BRUCE GLEN BIO

Bruce Glen’s Magical Soirées are best described as ‘storytelling magic shows for adults – but not necessarily grown-ups’. They feature cutting-edge magic that seemingly defies the laws of physics – set amid intriguing stories that are guaranteed to leave you wondering. Bruce’s unique performance style has seen him invited to the famed Edinburgh Fringe; Adelaide Fringe and Fringe World Perth.

In 2015, he presented his ‘Imaginary Magic’ show in Sydney (ten sold-out shows) as part of the SMH Spectrum Now Festival. In addition, at sold-out Edinburgh International Magic Festival shows and at the famous London headquarters of The Magic Circle, Bruce left audiences gasping in disbelief – and also wondering if he had actually read their minds!

GREG POPPLETON BIO

Greg Poppleton is Australia’s only authentic 1920s-30s singer with band. Recent performance highlights: 2020 Sydney Festival, resident band Great Art Deco Ball, resident 1920s band Gin Mill Social.

Greg Poppleton brings the era to life with a dazzling Hollywood experience. Think vintage glamour, prohibition and speakeasies. He also appears in the movies Moulin Rouge! and Chronicles of Narnia Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Book Today! Next Sorcery & Swing Dinner Show – Sat 10 September


Sorcery and Swing September 10! Join us for a Unique Roaring Twenties Dinner Show.

6.30pm ARRIVAL for 7.00pm START in the 1920s Cellos Room, Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, 169 Castlereagh St Sydney.

FEATURING MAGIC and MUSIC – SORCERY and SWING
Vaudeville brought back to life as you dine in style in the glamorous surrounds of Cellos Grand Dining Room.

Cellos, an original 1920s dining room, will return to its heyday, transforming into a “Roaring Twenties” speakeasy for this not-to-be-missed event!

“Moonshine” and canapés served on arrival – together with intimate close-up miracles from The Gentleman Magician.

◆ THE SORCERY… The engaging magic of Bruce Glen, The Gentleman Magician

◆ THE SWING… The superb 1920s-1930s music of Greg Poppleton and his band

ENJOY DINNER AND DANCING ACCOMPANIED BY THE MUSIC OF “TIN PAN ALLEY” – FEATURING…

Greg Poppleton – Australia’s only authentic 1920s-30s singer
Geoff Power (ARIA nominee) – sousaphone and trumpet
Grahame Conlon (as seen on TV) – guitar and banjo
Damon Poppleton (youngest James Morrison Scholarship winner) – alto saxophone

  • Hear the captivating crooning of Greg Poppleton and his band
  • Unique storytelling magic by Bruce Glen, The Gentleman Magician
  • Fabulous 3-course dinner
  • Authentic speakeasy
  • A glass of authentic sparkling wine ‘Moonshine’ and canapes on arrival

The Great Gatsby never had it so good!

Greg Poppleton 1920s singer and The Gentleman Magician Bruce Glen - Sorcery & Magic Show
Greg Poppleton 1920s singer and The Gentleman Magician Bruce Glen – Sorcery & Magic Show

Venue: Cellos Grand Dining Room, Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, 169 Castlereagh St City
Time: 6.30pm arrival for 7.00 pm start
Dress Code: 1920s Guys in ties, Girls in pearls
Single Tickets: $150.00 per person + booking fee
Inclusive of sparkling wine “moonshine” and canapés on arrival, 3-course dinner, entertainment, GST and Members’ Discount.
Table of 8: $1100.00 + booking fee
Inclusive of 8 single tickets + as above and 2 complimentary bottles of Silverleaf Sparkling Wine

Bookings & Enquiries: 02 9284 1006 | https://www.thecastlereagh.com.au/events/unique-roaring-twenties-dinner-show/

WE’RE MAKING AN IMPACT – *We have chosen Humanitix as our ticketing partner, contributing to creating a positive impact on the world. Humanitix is making a difference by reinvesting 100% of profits back into helping the world’s most disadvantaged children.

BRUCE GLEN BIO

Bruce Glen’s Magical Soirées are best described as ‘storytelling magic shows for adults – but not necessarily grown-ups’. They feature cutting-edge magic that seemingly defies the laws of physics – set amid intriguing stories that are guaranteed to leave you wondering. Bruce’s unique performance style has seen him invited to the famed Edinburgh Fringe; Adelaide Fringe and Fringe World Perth.

In 2015, he presented his ‘Imaginary Magic’ show in Sydney (ten sold-out shows) as part of the SMH Spectrum Now Festival. In addition, at sold-out Edinburgh International Magic Festival shows and at the famous London headquarters of The Magic Circle, Bruce left audiences gasping in disbelief – and also wondering if he had actually read their minds!

GREG POPPLETON BIO

Greg Poppleton is Australia’s only authentic 1920s-30s singer with band. Recent performance highlights: 2020 Sydney Festival, resident band Great Art Deco Ball, resident 1920s band Gin Mill Social.

Greg Poppleton brings the era to life with a dazzling Hollywood experience. Think vintage glamour, prohibition and speakeasies. He also appears in the movies Moulin Rouge! and Chronicles of Narnia Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Photos – Great Art Deco Ball 2022 – Greg Poppleton Band


The Great Art Deco Ball. Greg Poppleton returned by popular demand to the highlight of the Blue Mountains 1920s Festival – the Great Art Deco Ball – celebrating 12 years in 2022 at the wedding cake-like, Carrington Hotel in Katoomba.

Greg Poppleton 1920s-style singer and dancers…

Greg Poppleton 1920s Singer Great art Deco Ball

The Blue Mountains, just west of Sydney, is largely a national park with a string of towns through its centre along the western highway from Sydney known for their beauty and arts. Katoomba is the largest of these towns.

This year, because of Covid, the Carrington Hotel’s famous Great Art Deco Ball was moved from its traditional February date to Saturday 2nd April.

It was a dazzling Hollywood entertainment experience ‘1920’s style’ of dining and dancing. Stepping out in the fashion of a bygone era in the Grand Dining Room of the historic Carrington Hotel, Katoomba.

Full dance floor at the 2022 Great Art Deco Ball…

Dancers Greg Poppleton 1920s Band

Greg Poppleton, Australia’s only authentic 1920s – 1930s singer, brought the ‘twenties’ to life adding a little vintage glamour to the night!

Step out in the fashion of a bygone era and dance the night away, enjoy a sumptuous 3-course dinner, with prizes for best dressed.

In Greg’s band: Geoff Power cornet and sousaphone, Grahame Conlon banjo and guitar, and Richelle Booth clarinet and bass saxophone.

Richelle Booth on the bass sax…

Richelle Booth Greg Poppleton 1920s Band

CARRINGTON HOTEL

The Carrington Hotel is a heritage-listed former spa, hotel and power station and now hotel and public bar located at Katoomba Street, Katoomba in the City of Blue Mountains local government area of New South Wales, Australia. It was designed by John Kirkpatrick and Bosser in 1882; and by Edward H. Hogben with Goyder Brothers in 1911-13; and built from 1882 to 1913 by F. Drewett in 1882; and by Howie, Brown and Moffit in 1912-13. It is also known as Great Western Hotel. The property is privately owned. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999.

Geoff Power on the mighty sousaphone…

Geoff Power sousaphone Greg Poppleton Band

The Carrington is the only 19th century grand resort hotel still in use in New South Wales. It also retains much of the fabric of its major phases of development and continues to occupy the commanding position in Katoomba that it has done since its construction. It was built in 1883 by Harry George Rowell, a large hotel owner from Sydney, and was owned by a series of prominent families over the next century. Today it is still operating as a high class hotel providing accommodation and restaurant services.

Grahame Conlon on banjo and guitar…

Grahame Conlon Greg Poppleton 1920s Band

THE GRAND DINING ROM

From 1885 Carrington began to make additions to the premises including an additional wing, dining hall, two drawing rooms and a music room, resulting in 119 bedrooms and seven suites of rooms, two tennis courts and flower and vegetable gardens.. He told a newspaper reporter in 1890 of the improvements he had made. The article read,

“Among the additions and improvements to the building are the following — a wing built (in 1886) of cut stone, and having a southerly aspect, consisting of 20 single rooms, and called ‘the bachelors’ wing.’ Early in 1888 Mr. Goyder, having taken advantage of his right, purchased the hotel, and, finding the accommodation insufficient, added 50 more rooms. This addition stands in the courtyard and is joined to the main building. It is higher than the remaining portions of the hotel and adds to the imposing appearance of the pile. A music-room has also been added to the drawing room, and is separated from it by large folding doors. The floor of the music room is of polished tallow-wood, and is partly covered with Austrian rugs, which are easily removed for dancing. The piano is a Brinsmead, and is considered one of the finest grands; its tone is full and soft. The dining hall is also new; it measures 60ft, by 40ft. The floor is carpeted, and everything conducive to comfort is present. The ceiling is lofty, the lighting good, and the table decorations and menu leave nothing to be desired. This hall is capable of seating 200 guests. There are now 135 rooms in the hotel, among which are seven suites of private apartments, most comfortably furnished and conveniently situated, including one of the prettiest bridal suites to be found in the colonies.”

Geoff Power soloing on trumpet…

Geoff Power Trumpet Greg Poppleton 1920s Band

The book Greg Poppleton’s 1920s-30s music for your event, email Tony Jex at OzManagement tony@ozmanagement.com

1920s 1930s Jazz Swing Songs by Greg Poppleton – New Album Mix


1920s 1930s Jazz Swing Songs by Greg Poppleton. Enjoy this 53 minute YouTube mix of 1920s – 1930s jazz swing songs. It’s mixed from six albums by Australian 1920s-30s singer, Greg Poppleton.

Greg’s newest album, ’20s 30s Tin Pan Alley Vol. 2′ , is now on
APPLE MUSIC
AMAZON
BANDCAMP
SPOTIFY

1920s-30s Greg Poppleton bookings and Sorcery and Swing Speakeasy Show bookings: visit https://www.gregpoppletonmusic.com/booking-enquiries/

Please visit Greg’s website – https://www.gregpoppletonmusic.com
@Greg Poppleton

1920s – 1930s SONG MIX:
0:00 Tip Toe Through the Tulips
3:48 The Charleston (correct tempo, dancers!)
6:17 Sweet Sue
8:33 Carolina in the Morning
12:13 It’s Only a Paper Moon
14:34 My Gal Sal
17:39 San Antonio Rose
19:47 St James Infirmary
22:47 Singing the Bathtub
24:50 Love Me or Leave Me
28:50 Walkin’ My Baby Back Home
32:27 Exactly Like You
34:39 On The Sunny Side Of The Street
39:54 If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)
42:43 Ain’t She Sweet (Grahame Conlon ukulele)
45:15 Cakewalkin’ Babies From Home
47:46 St Louis Blues

1920s 1930s Jazz Swing Songs by Greg Poppleton Band:
Greg Poppleton: 1920s – 1930s singer
Paul Furniss: soprano, alto, tenor saxes and clarinet
Al Davey: trumpet and trombone
Bob Henderson: trumpet
Matt Baker: piano
Peter Locke: piano
Grahame Conlon: guitar and banjo
Geoff Power: sousaphone
Rod Herbert: sousaphone
Darcy Wright: double bass
Mark Harris: double bass
Dieter Vogt: double bass
Lawrie Thompson: drums and washboard
Joel Davis: drums

Join the Socials:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gregpoppleton/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gregpoppleto…

Greg Poppleton actor credits:
IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0973648/

1920s-30s Jazz & Dance Afternoon – Greg Poppleton


What are you doing this Saturday? We’ll be having fun with songs from the 1920s-30s at Penrith RSL. It’s free and you’re invited. 2-5pm, this Saturday 11 December. First 5,000 at door get in FREE.

  • Dance floor
  • Bar
  • Bistro
  • Free car parking
  • 10 min walk from Penrith Station
  • Child friendly.

Just 10 minutes walk from Penrith train station and bus interchange.

With me as I sing the songs of the 1920s and 1930s are, Dave Clayton on double bass.

Guitarist for Ricky May, Grahame Conlon, swings on Spanish guitar and banjo.

Damon Poppleton, will be joining us on alto saxophone.

https://www.gregpoppletonmusic.com

Penrith is a suburb in New South Wales, Australia, located west of Sydney. It is located in Greater Western Sydney, 50 kilometres (31 mi) west of the Sydney central business district on the banks of the Nepean River, on the outskirts of the Cumberland Plain.

Penrith is the administrative centre of the local government area of the City of Penrith. It is also acknowledged on the register of the Geographical Names Board of New South Wales as one of only four cities within the Greater Sydney metropolitan area.

Penrith has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:

34-40 Borec Road: Craithes House
26 Coombes Drive: Torin Building
Great Western railway: Penrith railway station, Sydney
Nepean River, Great Western Highway: Victoria Bridge
Off Bruce Neale Dr, Steel Trusses 1.3 km past station: Emu Plains Underbridge
1 Museum Drive: Penrith Museum of Fire, including the following:
Fire and Rescue NSW Heritage Fleet
NSW Fire Brigades No 10 Vehicle Number Plates
1869 Shand Mason 7 inch Manual Fire Engine
1891 Shand Mason Fire Engine
1898 Shand Mason Curricle Ladders
1909 Edward Smith Headquarters Switchboard
1929 Ahrens Fox PS2 Fire Engine
1939 Dennis Big 6 Fire Engine
1942 Ford 21W Fire Brigade Mobile Canteen

Deco Park Picnic


Deco Park Picnic, Valentines’ Day, Sunday 14 February 2021: the 1920s Greg Poppleton Trio with Paul Baker on banjo, Adam Barnard on washboard (and myself singing), serenaded revellers with songs of the 1920s.

Deco Park Picnic photos by Tim Levy

greg poppleton sings 1920s songs at deco park picnic
Greg Poppleton sings 1920s songs at Deco Park Picnic

Think Jazz on a Summer’s Day meets a Great Gatsby garden party was the theme. Inspired by summer picnics of the 1920s, dining al fresco with friends and family is one of summer’s greatest pleasures.

Greg Poppleton, Australia’s only authentic 1920s-1930s singer

Sydney Olympic Park’s Deco Park Picnic was the chance for friends to gather, dress in their Sunday best and enjoy a long lunch on the lawn.

The Deco Park Picnic connected the creativity of musicians and picnickers with the culture of the wide open.

There were themed hosts, visual performers, kids games, immersive theatre and roving live music. Guests revelled in curious vintage characters, live jazz and a shared glamorous nostalgia.

Greg Poppleton serenading picnickers with songs from the 1920s
Greg Poppleton 1920s Trio: Greg with megaphone, Paul Baker banjo, Adam Barnard washboard, backstage at the Deco Park Picnic

Sweet Sue – 1928 Song – Tin Pan Alley Vol. 2


Sweet Sue – a happy song for a Happy New Year! It’s an upbeat 1920s song for you to celebrate the end of 2020. Sweet Sue soundtrack is from the 2020 album ‘Tin Pan Alley Vol. 2’

 

Video clips are from shows at Glen Street Theatre, Sydney Central Station, NSW Rail Museum, and the Camelot Lounge Marrickville with swing dancers – Sue Ann Yap, All About Swing, Sydney Swing Katz

Support the band, download this song or the album from your favourite online music emporia, including,

SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/album/1fWRX8EF00yiI9xYgYRVnA

APPLE MUSIC: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/152547010

AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Greg-Poppleton/e/B001LI794A

Band bookings

Band on Sweet Sue soundtrack: Greg Poppleton: 1920s – 1930s vocals Paul Furniss: clarinet Al Davey: trumpet Grahame Conlon: guitar Mark Harris: double bass Lawrie Thompson: drums and washboard

Band in film clips: Greg Poppleton: 1920s – 1930s vocals Damon Poppleton: alto sax Grahame Conlon: guitar and banjo Geoff Power: sousaphone Rod Herbert: sousaphone Adam Barnard: washboard Bob Gillespie: drums

November 2020 Newsletter


WE’RE BACK

Penrith RSL – Sat 21 Nov – FREE!


Unfortunately dancing is not permitted

Read the latest NSW Covid Rules for
Weddings – Corporate Events – Clubs

https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/what-you-can-and-cant-do-under-rules#recent-and-upcoming-changes

 

HOSPITALITY VENUES

From Friday 23 October 2020, hospitality venues such as restaurants, cafes, pubs and clubs can take group bookings of up to 30 customers per booking and up to 30 customers per table. This excludes weddings, funerals and corporate events which have specific rules for the number of people who can attend.
 

 

WEDDINGS
Weddings can include up to 300 guests from 1 December 2020

From 1 December 2020, the number of people who can attend a wedding increases to 300 people subject to the four square metre rule indoors and two square metre rule outdoors.

Meanwhile, the maximum number of people who may attend a wedding or a gathering following a wedding service cannot be greater than 150 people subject to the 4 square metre rule and registration as a COVID-Safe business.

Up to 20 people in the wedding party are permitted on the dance floor. There cannot be rotation of people on the dance floor beyond the official wedding party.

People attending will be required to provide their name and contact details so that they can be used for contact tracing.

 

CORPORATE EVENTS

A corporate event is an event, hospitality or social activity organised, held or funded by a business or other organisation for staff, clients or stakeholders and held at a function centre.

The maximum number of people who can attend a corporate event cannot exceed 300 people or one person per 4 square metres, whichever is the lesser.

Future bookings exceeding the maximum number can be taken, providing the organiser complies with the rules in force at the time of the event.

Learn about the COVID-19 Safety Plan for conferences, functions and corporate events.

We’re now available for your 1920s – 30s themed wedding, corporate event and party.
Enquiries: Tony Jex, tony@ozmanagement.com, 0407 941 263

YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE VIDEO
from the new Tin Pan Alley Vol. 2 album
Download now at Spotify and Apple iTunes

Weddings – Great News! You Can Now Have 150 Guests in NSW


Greg Poppleton Music

WEDDINGS – GREAT NEWS!
YOU NOW CAN HAVE
150 GUESTS…

Read the latest NSW Covid Rules for
Weddings – Corporate Events – Clubs

https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/what-you-can-and-cant-do-under-rules#recent-and-upcoming-changes

WEDDINGS

The maximum number of people who may attend a wedding or a gathering following a wedding service cannot be greater than 150 people subject to the 4 square metre rule and registration as a COVID-Safe business.

Up to 20 people in the wedding party are permitted on the dance floor. There cannot be rotation of people on the dance floor beyond the official wedding party.

People attending will be required to provide their name and contact details so that they can be used for contact tracing.

CORPORATE EVENTS

A corporate event is an event, hospitality or social activity organised, held or funded by a business or other organisation for staff, clients or stakeholders and held at a function centre.

The maximum number of people who can attend a corporate event cannot exceed 300 people or one person per 4 square metres, whichever is the lesser.

Future bookings exceeding the maximum number can be taken, providing the organiser complies with the rules in force at the time of the event.

Learn about the COVID-19 Safety Plan for conferences, functions and corporate events.

 

MUSIC EVENTS AND NIGHTCLUBS

Music festivals within the meaning of the Music Festivals Act 2019 and including a music festival attended by fewer than 2000 people are not permitted.

Premises are not currently able to operate as nightclubs.


We’re now available for your 1920s – 30s themed wedding, corporate event and party.
Enquiries: Tony Jex, tony@ozmanagement.com, 0407 941 263

SAN ANTONIO ROSE VIDEO
from the new Tin Pan Alley Vol. 2 album
Download now at Spotify and Apple iTunes

Hear and Download Tin Pan Alley Vol. 2 on





THE PHANTOM DANCER 

Your non-stop mix of swing & jazz
from live 1920s-60s radio every week
Listen here any time 

CBAA Best Music Show 2007. Finalist 2016
Live every week on these Radio Stations
2SER Sydney Tuesday 12:04 – 2pm and Saturday 5 – 5:56pm
1ART ArtsoundFM Canberra Sunday 10 – 11pm
5GTR Mt Gambier Monday 2:30 – 3:30am
3MBR Murrayville Monday 3 – 4am
4NAG Keppel FM Monday 3 – 4am
2SEA Eden Monday 3 – 4am
2MIA Griffith Monday 3 – 4pm
2BAR Edge FM Bega Monday 3 – 4pm
3VKV Alpine Radio Monday 6 – 7pm
7MID Oatlands Tuesday 8 – 9pm
2MCE Bathurst / Orange / Central West NSW Wednesday 9 – 10am
2ARM Armidale Friday 12 – 1pm
7LTN Launceston Sunday 5 – 6am
3MGB Mallacoota Sunday 5 – 6am
6GME Radio Goolarri Broome Sunday 5 – 6am

Have you heard The Phantom Dancer on a radio station not listed above? Let me know at info@ozmanagement.com

Each Phantom Dancer show has its own feature artist story and vintage video

HAPPY LISTENING!

HAVING A 20s-30s PARTY? BOOK THE AUTHENTIC 1920s-30s SINGER & BAND

Wedding, corporate event and party bookings

Contact Tony Jex now for your quote,  0407 941 263 or info@ozmanagement.com