Melbourne Cup Lunch
The lunch will feature high profile celebrities, great entertainment, fine food and wine, horse races on the big screen, sweeps, prizes for the best dressed female and male and lots more!
- An amazing VIP 3 course lunch plus 3.5 hour beverage package to include sparkling, red and white wine, beer and soft drinks
- Raffles and live auctions will be conducted on the day to raise funds for Special Olympics
- Races live on the big screen
- “Fashions on the Field” competition for the best dressed male and female
- Live Entertainment and more….
Make a night of it - 10% off accomadation plus 2-4-1 breakfast*
*Best available rate at time of room booking. to book your accomadation stay,
call 02 9696 2500 and quote SOA18
Charles Sturt University graduate and accomplished journalist, Deborah Knight began her career in media at the 2WG radio station in Wagga Wagga and has more than 15 years of experience in the industry. Radio was Deborah’s first love, and after several years spent fine-tuning her skills, and keen for a new challenge, she took up an offer from Mix 106.5 in Sydney.
From there Deborah accepted an excellent opportunity to join state broadcaster the ABC, where she further secured a reputation as a serious and noteworthy journalist within the industry. Her ability to swiftly grasp new subject matter was quickly noticed and the national broadcaster utilised her talents across a variety of roles from rural reporting to Triple J, followed by the prestigious AM and breakfast program on Radio National. From radio to television Deborah’s first role as a presenter/reporter was with the much-loved ABC TV show Landline.
Robbie Howard, Alfredo Miller and Johnny Edwards perform as Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jnr and the King of Cool Dean Martin. The Rat Pack are back Down Under to inject their own brand of swing to Australian venues. These Kings of Swing are famously known for their swingin’ sounds and hilarious improvised comedy routines. Their six-piece swing group promises to deliver the sound, the comedy and the spontaneity that they made their own throughout the ’60s and ’70s.
Robbie embodies Frank at his musical best with his big band hits Come Fly With Me and New York New York; Alfredo recreates Sammy and his incredible singing talent with his rendition of Mr. Bo Jangles. Johnny channels Dean Martin at his relaxed best, crooning through Everybody Loves Somebody and That’s Amore.
WHERE AND WHEN
Tuesday 6 November 2018
Amora Hotel, 11 Jamison St, Sydney
12pm - 3:30pm
Dress: Dress for the Races
$1,800 | Table of ten
$185 | Individual ticket
1300 225 762
The Binary Centre, Building 1, Level 3, Suite 3.02, 3 Richardson Place, North Ryde NSW 2113
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