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M@SM presents

Susannah Mirana presents Moulin Roque
FRI 26 FEB : 7.30pm
3 course Asian Fusion-Tapas and two live sets

Limited capacity audience tickets available here:

Susannah Mirana presents Moulin Roque 'Dark Cabaret'

A cleverly dark and twisted approach to live music performance, taking the audience through the ups and downs of intimate relationships. Immerse yourself in a vast array of sound textures and unconventional takes on classic songs illustrating the journey of love and loss. Featuring the music of artists as diverse as
Eartha Kitt, Nick Cave, Billie Eilish and Nirvana. The all-star band includes

Clare O'Meara (John Williamson), Jess Ciampa (Jeff Duff), Paul Najar (Wa Wa Nee) and Eddy Santacreu, with special guest Peter Northcote.

Moulin Roque delivers a multi-faceted performance that takes Susannah Mirana's love of alternative rock, new wave and dark wave music and injects it with potent shots of theatre and cabaret.

Don't miss this opportunity for an up-close & personal performance!

Venue UPSTAIRS of the StreetMarket Asian Tapas Restaurant
116 Willoughby Rd Crows Nest

Capacity for this show is limited to 40

Dinner sittings of 6 or 7pm
to reserve your table after purchase 02 8540 5535

Covid-safe guidelines

In these COVID19 times capacity for this show is limited to an exclusive 30 dinner & show tickets ONLY

upon entry signing in is required
masks welcome
sanitizer available

Street Market Asian Tapas Bar & Restaurant
Bespoke tasting dishes designed by Gastronomist, Alan Liang

Recommended as home of "The Best Ribs In Sydney"
and "The Best Tapas In Sydney" by The Urban List.
Heralded as a 'sensory celebration' by Concrete Playground, and a 'free-for-all snackfest' by Time Out

Refund Policy

No refund, refunds will be at our discretion based on context

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Music@ StreetMarket 116 Willoughby Road Crows Nest NSW 2065 Australia

Organiser Information rss

Dinner & Show doors open 6pm - Ring Alan to book your arrival time 85405535.
Adrian Keating

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