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Lil’ Fi and Mandy and a little bit for after

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Lil’ Fi and Mandy Nolan will play the Supper Club tonight.

This is a great event with two of our most opinionated women in the same room.

Both raised in rural Queensland, there’s something familiar about these two. Big, buxom, and bursting with stories that make you cry laughing.

Lil’ Fi writes songs about observations of the human condition with great humour. In this show Lil’ Fi is looking at songs that should never have been written.

Mandy Nolan is the hostess with the mostest, six-foot blonde with six-inch heels; stand aside or loose a limb.

Always an entertaining night, these two have been teaming up with great success and sold-out shows.

Tonight at Saltbar Kingscliff 7pm


But wait…

wp-lil-fi-Lil’ Fi is putting on her regular jazz and blues at the Regent on Saturday, this time the after party is for The new Baz Luhrman movie The Great Gatsby.

The party features our Diva Divine – Lil’ Fi, with Steve Russell on piano, Thierry Fossemalle on the double bass and Toby Baron on the drums. Dress up and dust off the top hats and feather boas, darling. It will be a night of nights.

You can come for the party only and all are very welcome.

Saturday – The movie starts at 6.30pm and the after party starts at 8pm.

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