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Mandy Nolan is mixing it up at the Supper Club with a variety of entertainment and special guests. Mandy’s second show featuring her off-the-cuff humour, silliness and quirky fun, along with special guest comedy hypnotist Wayne Donnelly, promises to be a sellout.

Wayne Donnelly, of Hypnosis Downunder fame, will keep everyone entertained with his on-stage antics and audience participation!

Laugh yourself silly in Wayne’s hilarious, memorable, mesmerising show …where the ‘co-stars’ can also be the ‘show stars’.

From ‘talking with the fish’ to becoming Miss Australia, or having a favourite body part go missing, Wayne has the ability to make people believe!

Wayne has been performing his hypnotic humour in venues around the country, along with impromptu street performances, including a recent performance at the Currumbin Farmers Markets – where he kept passers-by entertained and enthralled.

mandy-nolan--da-daMandy Nolan, the hostess with the mostest, offers an honest, sharp humour which is sometimes self-deprecating, somewhat outrageous, but never cruel or pretentious.

Saltbar Supper Club with Mandy Nolan and Wayne Donnelly

Saltbar Beachbar and Bistro, Bells Blvd, Salt Village, South Kingscliff

Thursday  September 12, 7.30pm.

$15 each ticket only, $35 each for ticket with shared plate and glass of house wine or beer.

Booking essential – 1300 725 822

Tickets will be available at the door unless sold out.

 


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