JOSIEGoldberg, David Johnstone and Cath Grant have made sure A Night Like No Other will be just that ... a memorable way to see
JOSIEGoldberg, David Johnstone and Cath Grant have made sure A Night Like No Other will be just that ... a memorable way to see

Great way to finish Festival



A Night Like No Other will close the Saturday festivities for the 50th annual Banana Festival at Murwillumbah Civic Centre which will be decorated with gold ribbons.

The producer-director David Johnstone says there will be four bands Perch Creek Jug Band with a new cabaret show, Crazy Mixed up Kids Band with Johnny Gray and Anne-Maree Somerfield, PCYC Big Band led by Bill Tanner and the Procrastinators a young jazz ensemble.

Also performing will be a capella groups Barbarella and a Fella, Kismet and Dem Bones.

"This will be as close to the Follies of 55 as we get this year," said Mr Johnstone.

There will be sing-a-longs, old-time dancing and a real blast from the past with great music.

Past queens have been invited for a night of nostalgia.

All proceeds of the night will go to setting up the control room at the new volunteer State Emergency Services headquarters in Murwillumbah.

Tickets at $25, which include a light supper, are selling fast at the Buzz Bar, Choppers and the Festival office in Church Lane Murwillumbah.



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