The Pig & Whistle Main Ridge
Thursday July 25 from 6pm
You might not immediately think of jazz for Yuletide, but over the years the holiday season has proved fertile ground for a whole host of jazz artists from Charlie Parker, John Coltrane and Duke Ellington to Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong and Mel Tormé, who, between them, have recorded some of the best Christmas jazz songs of all time.
For us, what makes a jazz-tinged Christmas so special is that Lady Fox and Diiddy Reyes will breathe new life into songs and tunes that we’ve heard so many times before.
Lady Fox has been entertaining since her teens with an eclectic array of performance styles under her belt, from jazz to soul, lounge, swing, blues, rockabilly and acoustic.
On Thursday, July 25 at The Pig & Whistle Main Ridge, Lady Fox and Diddy Reyes will be celebrating Christmas in July.
Join us for a 3 course traditional Christmas dinner and let Lady Fox serve you up a very jazzy Christmas.
Dessert served at interval
3 Course Christmas dinner including
Entrée A seafood platter selection on arrival
Main Roast beef and pork served with all the trimmings
Dessert Plum pudding with brandy custard
Show is two 45 minute acts
Price $75 (drinks at bar prices)
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Poetry Night by the fire Wednesday 7pm 15th May
Robert Browning (1812 – 1889)
Back and forth
day and night
yin and yang
fight or flight
hold that smile
kid yourself later
that ghost within
is your own creator
Pride & Power
soon will soar
count your blessings
and let your poetry roar
Family and friends
one in the same
get to the Pig on Wednesday
and show them your game
Be kind to all
applaud and cheer
while you relax with a cold beer
Saturday 16th March
Starting and ending at the iconic Pig & Whistle Tavern in Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Trailology proudly presents a 10km and 21km premium trail running event in celebration of the sacred bond between mankind, trails, running, and beer.
Choose a 10k meander through the beautiful state park, perfect for those new to trail running or wanting to simply enjoy the spectacular scenery, and soak up the silliness that only this event can provide.
Or… take on the 21km course which not only adds a little distance but also some difficulty in terms of climbing and falling on the route. If you don’t drink at all, that’s fine, the Church of Trailology loves you anyway.