Obscurely situated near Marrickville Railway Station, up flights of stairs in an old industrial building, the warmth of the Camelot Lounge embraces you once you get to the top. The tickets are quite cheap (around $25 each), and there are the usual drinks, and pizza and nachos to chat over before the live music starts around 9 pm. You do have to get someone in early because the tables are allocated on a "first in best dressed" basis. What makes it so special is the quality of the music. Some of teh best contemporary miusicians form ad hoc bands to support great singers. Monsieur Camembert, the Kriola group (Brazillian and funk) and Baby & Lulu all feature regularly. A trult great night out.
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