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Drag Queen CharismaBelle Hosts 2022Eurovision Live Broadcast
The Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) is an international songwriting competition and I admit the first time I had heard about it was when ABBA won in 1974 with their famous song "Waterloo". ESC was in the first instance a performance stage for European countries, however, Australia's first international broadcast was in May 2014.
You will be able to watch the grand final live on the big screen with full theatre-quality sound and vision. Seating will be arranged at the tables, on beanbag lounges or at the high bar seating near the bar and breakfast areas.
Although tickets are FREE to attend, you must register as your tickets will include coffee, tea and an Italian breakfast from a local café – Cimini's Pasticceria. The Hurtsville's Marana Auditorium will be transformed into little Italia.
Photo courtesy of Hurstville Entertainment Centre, Facebook
Hosting the event will be multi-award-winning drag Queen Charisma Belle and fellow Sydney Drag Royalty artists who will join Charisma during the interval for a spectacular Eurovision medley.
The EuroBar will be slinging Italian drinks all morning along with Italian Beer, Prosecco and Aperol Spritzes, so if you are drinking, make sure you decide the safest way to get home after the event. The Travelodge Hotel Hurstville, which is close by is offering a twenty-five percent discount for all partygoers.
There will also be some great prizes to be won during the morning with a lucky door raffle, Eurovision Trivia and a Best Dressed Award, so dress to impress befitting of the Eurovision Stage and Italian Disco.
To book tickets, please visit the website and enjoy the morning.