Caulfield Cup Capers 1925

Melodrama Returns to the Gold Rush Colony

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Event Date: 
24 Sep 2016 - 2 Oct 2016

Melbourne socialite, Felicity Fitzharding-Jones, is throwing a Caulfield Cup luncheon for her friends and staff at her rural retreat at Pakenham, 35 miles from the city centre.

It is the 25th October 1925. The running of the Caulfield Cup will be broadcast for the first time in Australia by radio station 3UZ. Listening to the broadcast is to be the highlight of the afternoon's entertainment that Felicity has planned.

While Felicity awaits the arrival of some special guests various gate-crashers turn up with unexpected consequences.

In the best melodramatic tradition
one puzzle leads to another and the audience (Felicity's
friends and staff) are encouraged to join in the fun while enjoying
their three course luncheon.

Gold Rush Colony in association with Larks after D'arc are performing 4 luncheon shows at the Diggers Rest Tavern Mogo.

Dates:

Saturday 24th September

Sunday 25th September

Saturday 1st October

Sunday 2nd October

Tickets include show and 3 course meal.

Prizes for best dressed, best Hat on the day, sweeps, raffles and more.

Transport available from the Gold Rush Colony office to the Diggers Rest Tavern from 11.30am.

Show starts @ 12noon

Raising Funds for B.B CWA, Red Cross, Ovarian Cancer and the Stroke Foundation.

Tickets $46.00 and available from Hooked on Books and the ABC Centre Phone: 4472 9250

For the travellers The Gold Rush Colony has onsite accommodation.

The Diggers Rest Tavern is a Licenced venue NO BYO and NO ATM

More Details
Cost: 
$46.00
Location: 
The Original Gold Rush Colony
Hosted By: 
Larks After D'ark
Contact Details: 
02 44742123

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