A Very Egyptian Cab Sav
Good King Tut will whisper of the tombs and share Sphinx-nog and sacred wine with you this Friday when you drift with the dunes to Marrickville.
December 04, 2011
Good King Tut knows all your secrets. He doesn't care if you've been naughty or nice, just as long as you're not in de Nile about it. He will whisper of the tombs and share Sphinx-nog and sacred wine with you this Friday when you drift with the dunes to Stinson Lane, Marrickville.
There you can unravel the eighth great mystery of the world: what happens when you combine cab sav and Christmas? Perched at the top of the performance pyramid like the great Pharaohs of old are Brown Council, Kate Jinx, Kenzie Larsen, Lara Thoms, Matt Prest and Eddie Sharp. Wrapping up the night like an ancient desert mummy will be Nat Randall, Nick Coyle, Nick Sun, Pig Island, post, Pussy Moot, Whale Chorus and Zoe Coombs Marr.
Scared you'll have to hawk your last scarab beetle to be part of the tinselled tomb action? Well, smile like a Sphinx with a secret, because it's only $10. With house band Swim Wear and live sets by T-Bag and Sir, you won't be able to walk (like an Egyptian or otherwise) for a week after.