A Night With The Queens

Newtown, Ipswich Area

Monthly from 10 February 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$25 to AU$25

Casa Mia the new home of Palace love to love and in February they are celebrating everything lovely with your Hostess Dianna and her Jewels. The co- hostess with the moistness Medea Monroe, The Palace Glamazonian Princess Aurora Arsenic, The newest Jewel to the Crown Tyranny and very special guest a Palace Jewel returns Ivy Needles and the ever fabulous Yana Michelle. But wait there's more the Bitch is back, Brittney Bitch.

There will be a raffle, lucky door prize and gaymes segment. Great food and drink special from AUD3.50 basics for everyone!

Bookings are essential so please email them to guarantee your table.

Event Dates

This event occurs monthly on the following dates:
10 February 2018
10 March 2018
14 April 2018
12 May 2018
9 June 2018
14 July 2018
11 August 2018
8 September 2018
13 October 2018
10 November 2018
8 December 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
All Tickets $25 - $25 Bookings are essential so email us reserve your table. You pay on the night as you enter. Any questions please call us on 32024766

Event Venues


Casa Mia Licesed Restaurant cafe and Funtion center
Address:
43 Brisbane Road
Newtown
Queensland, Australia 4305

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