7 November 2008

Waistcoats, Whiskers and Whiskey

| johnboy
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[First filed: October 23, 2008 @ 14:56]

The Canberra Musicians Club has announced its next big deal, Waistcoats, Whiskers and Whiskey @ Corroboree Park Hall, Ainslie.

    Don your waistcoat, eschew your razor, decanter your favourite hard licker and mosey, saunter, sashay or stroll down to Corroboree Park Hall for a Friday night of fearsome fretboard fondling, frivolous frolicking and full-frontal furriness.

    The line-up:

    Round John Virgin and the Strange Bedfellows
    The Wedded Bliss
    Dr Stovepipe
    The Fuelers
    The Brothers Grimm and the Blue Murders (Melb)
    CC Thornley’s Black Swans of Tresspass (Melb)

    Corroboree Park Hall is on Paterson St, Ainslie

    Entry is $15 (full), $10 (conc.), $5 CMC members

    A limited bar (with spitoons aplenty) will be provided, as will gourmet sausage sangers, all at very reasonable prices. Wenches not necessarily available.

I have checked though and it doesn’t mean you should bring your own whiskey.

BONUS FOR PREMIUM MEMBERS: We have two free tickets (or names on the door anyway) for a lucky RiotACT premium member. Just use the contact form to express an interest. First in wins the tickets on this one.

UPDATED: Congratulations to PM who was very quick off the mark to snare the tickets. In future we might give it 24 hours and draw the winner out of a hat.

ANOTHER UPDATE: Just a reminder this is on tonight. Don’t be put off by the scary man in the poster, it’s going to be a hot.

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sexynotsmart8:33 pm 07 Nov 08

Not really our scene, but we love the poster! Who IS the guy in the picture?

Licker was an intention misspelling, decanter just a flub

fnaah, either its intentional in-character misspellings, or the “your favourite hard licker” makes the event a lot more adult, and is designed to attract a rather forward crowd.

I bags a spitoon.

We’re meant to tell the chup-a-chup eater to slow down to a trot? 😉

fnaah said :

This sounds wonderfully cool, however the grammar nazi in me must point out that the OP should have used “decant” and “liquor”.

I think it’s meant to be that way.

Wenches not necessarily available.

This must be code for “wenches available while stocks last”.

This sounds wonderfully cool, however the grammar nazi in me must point out that the OP should have used “decant” and “liquor”.

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