Theatre Restaurant Mogo

Music Hall Melodrama At It's Best

Mogo Gold - Theatre Restaurant
Event Date: 
18 Jul 2015

"Matrimonial Mayhem At Mogo"

Voted 1882 Wedding of the Year.
Wedding Reception.
Three Course Dinner.
Well stocked Bar.
What could go wrong!!!!


Join the fun in The Diggers Rest Tavern at the Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo for the wedding of the century (19th Century).

Larks After D'Arc Theatre Group are presenting the third melodrama in the popular series which began with "The Wake of Joseph Flanagan" then "I'm Dreamion' Of A Lost Christmas" and currently "Matrimonial Mayhem at Mogo".

The newest melodrama, written by Joseph Patrick Quigley is sure to be as well received by audiences as the others have been.


Songs of the Times - Prizes - Great Fun and Food - Bright Warm Open Fires -Comfy Chairs

Prizes for Best Hats - Best Dressed - Best Fob Watch - Best Fur - And More!

Shows:

4th July 2015  (Noon)

11th July 2015 (Noon)

18th July 2015 (Noon)


Raising Money for Charities (Ovarian Cancer, Australian Red Cross, Country Womens Association of NSW, Batemans Bay Hospital Auxiliary).

Tickets are $46.00 per person and include a set 3 course meal, tea and coffee AND the melodrama.Tables Seat 8 people. Special dietary meals are available with 2 weeks notice.

Tickets purchased from "Hooked on Books & ABC Centre" - Shop 632 Village Centre, Batemans Bay. Phone 4472 9250.
(For tickets for the show on 18th July please phone Sylvia Penberthy on 4471 2082).

Accommodation is available onsite at The Gold Rush Colony. Comfortable Cabins set in tranquil grounds. Why not make a weekend of it. For accommodation enquiries and bookings please phone The Gold Rush Colony office on 4474 2123.

No Door Sales.

The Tavern is a licensed venue.

BRING YOUR CASH FOR THE BAR AS NO ATM AND NO SLY GROG

More Details
Cost: 
$46.00 per person
Location: 
Diggers Rest Tavern, Gold Rush Colony Mogo
Hosted By: 
Larks After D'Arc
Contact Details: 
Gold Rush Colony Office - 4474 2123

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