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WELCOME to MORNING MELODIES at The Fraternity Club!
Morning Melodies are daytime shows, playing the golden oldies for the young at heart!
All shows are designed and priced as PENSIONER FRIENDLY entertainment at a discounted price - outstanding value including a lovely lunch!
BOOKINGS are ESSENTIAL! Tickets are on sale for the 'Let Me Be Frank' show NOW!
Let Me Be Frank is a show that brings one of the world’s most famous singers to life through song – Frank Sinatra (and some friends). Flawlessly performed by award winning entertainer Ed White, this show celebrates one of the most influential musical artists of all time with a style that would make ‘Old Blue Eyes’ himself proud and chuckle to himself. A little bit of wit, a little bit of conversation, lots of crooning and a guest appearance by Nancy Sinatra! Includes evergreen classics such as New York New York, Strangers In The Night, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, That’s Life, My Way and many, many more.
Tickets only $15.00 and includes a roast lunch! You can purchase your tickets online via our website or through reception.
Don't MISS OUT!
Peter Powers the World’s funniest hypnotist performs his Funniest & Most Outrageous Hypno Show at The Fraternity Club on Friday, 11th October at 8.00pm.
You’ve seen him on the Footy Show, now see him LIVE!
His live stage show draws crowds much larger than any other hypnotist in every one of the countries he performs, making him ‘the biggest box-office hypnotist’. Peter featured in his own TV series on
Channel 7 titled “Mesmerised” and was a regular guest on the Channel 9 Footy show.
Referred to as “a comedy genius”, and “the best in the business”, Peter delights in the antics of his hapless volunteers almost as much as his audiences. Whilst his volunteers live out their wildest fantasies or experience their worst fears, the audience is thoroughly entertained as they indulge themselves in this bittersweet adventure!
This is an 18+ show ONLY.
Non allocated seating - first in, best dressed.
On April 6th, 1974, a relatively unknown Swedish group won the Eurovision Song Contest with a song titled 'Waterloo'. ABBA had arrived, and the rest is history.
But by 1982 it was all over. Even though ABBA ceased to record or tour together, their music continued to entertain, to enthral, to inspire. The countless hits have transcended time to remain as
popular today as they were when first released, in some cases more so.
The movies Muriel's Wedding and Priscilla, Queen of the Desert both featured ABBA'smusic and won the group whole new generations of fans. The opening of the musical and the movie versions of MAMMA MIA! have audiences dancing in the aisles, reliving memories…... and for some, discovering the ABBA sound for the first time.
FABBA will take you on a musical journey when life was as good as an Abba song and the only way to travel was on the Priscilla Bus….from Eurovision to Mamma Mia to the Abba phenomenon with all the songs, costumes and comedy combined into one FABBA-ulous show!
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