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Australia's only authentic 1920s - 1930s singer Greg Poppleton features in Sydney's premier 1920s party at Cellos, Castlereagh Boutique Hotel.
Gin Mill Social, Cello's, Castlereagh Boutique Hotel

With more than 1 Million YouTube plays, Australia's only authentic 1920s jazz singer, Greg Poppleton, opens the spectacular 1920s Gin Mill Social, Cellos, Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, Castlereagh St, Sydney, Saturday 16 September.

Completely uninfluenced by contemporary music, the Sydney-based singer's passion for classic jazz goes back to age three when he first saw Louis Armstrong on television. 

Greg has excited audiences for the Sydney Festival, Waiheke International Jazz Festival NZ, Blue Mountains 1920s Festival Art Deco Ball, and the Rocks Village Bizarre. Two of his 1920s-30s albums have been played on commercial radio.

An award-winning swing and jazz broadcaster on 107.3 2SER and 22 radio stations across Australia, Greg has played opposite some of Hollywood's Academy Award And Golden Globe winners including Adrien Brody, John Goodman and Nicole Kidman.

Greg was auditioned twice for the band leader role in Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby.

The monthly roaring twenties Gin Mill Social, directed by Jeremy Brennan, is the perfect night for getting your Gatsby on!

It's a speakeasy banquet and a night of live music and dancing, plus surprise pop up performances. It's a night where you can feast, dance and play!

“Absolutely flooring. Greg Poppleton’s 1920s – 1930s jazz and swing always hits the spot. So authentic.” 
Women’s Vintage Radio (U.S)

“Your great voice, your ability to “sell a song” and your particular energy came across as completely American while sounding Australian! And that trio is an absolute knockout.” 
Lance Belville, Writer / Theatre Director, San Francisco

The party begins at 7pm sharp. 4 course meal. The dress code is simple. Girls in pearls. Guys in ties. 

On Sep 16
Sep 16, 2017 07:00 pm to Sep 16, 2017 11:00 pm
169 Castlereagh St 2000, NSW