Dinner and Show
Dinner seating 6pm
Menu 50/50 service
Grilled Chicken breast served with mustard cream, scalloped potato and spring vegetable bundle.
Beef Roulade served with creamy mash potato, red cabbage and sauerkraut.
Mango and Coconut Delight
Dark and White Chocolate Mousse
Show seating 7pm
Are you a Baby Boomer?
Born after WW2 and before Woodstock?
Don’t Miss the brilliant and bedazzling “Baby Boomers ‘Blast From The Past’ Experience!”
Comedy – It’s Music – It’s Theatre - It’s the internationally acclaimed, award
winning Baby Boomer Experience featured on TV, including shows such as ‘60 Minutes’.
‘That was fantastic.’ – Charles Wooley.
by incredible entertainers who have performed for Royal Families, the Dalai
Lama and world leaders internationally, you’ll experience all the music you
grew up with in a feast of laughter.
won’t believe your ears or your eyes! All those voices really are LIVE!
star is sacred! See pop stars parodied,
legends lampooned and idols implode thanks to number 1 comedy singing
impersonator Kevin A. Legend.
(There’s Rod Stewart, Bryan Ferry, Elvis Presley, Pavarotti, Bee Gees, Dean Martin, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Willie Nelson, Julio Iglesias, Kenny Rogers, Roy Orbison, Sonny Bono, Cat Stevens, Joe Cocker, Tom Jones, Mick Jagger, Meatloaf, Sir Sean Connery, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and a host of others.)
to meet any number of these as every
show is different.
legendary ladies can include Kate Bush, Dolly Parton, Grace Slick, Chrissie
Hynde, Cher, Dusty Springfield and more.
will amaze you as much as the stars they’ve worked with.
sounds more like me than I do!’ – Gene
not seen one person impersonate so many stars so well!” - Donnie
Sutherland, TV host of ‘Sounds’
and ‘After Dark’.
live show is packed with fun and energy …comedy/musical experience is megastar
heaven”. - Sunday Mail
over 20 costume changes, wigs to match and a non-stop transforming stage
backdrop, the audience becomes consumed in the ultimate Baby Boomer
And the celebrity host is none other than “Austin ‘Flower’ Powers”.
one critic noted, “This is no ‘tribute’
show. This is where pure entertainment meets theatre at its satirical best!”