On Mother’s Day weekend, the outrageous, hilarious and completely unforgettable Talulah will take to the stage at Canowindra Bowling Club. This year the stage show will include a company of surprising locals; together they’re on a mission to save the Canowindra Bowling Club, and “put smiles on everyone’s faces”.
In an attempt to help revive the club, Tommy Jeffs is using his initiative and endless list of talents to breathe life back into one of Canowindra’s long standing venues. Tommy is producing the Mother’s Day Weekend Spectacular, supported by the Canowindra Phoenix, as a benefit to raise funds for the Canowindra Bowling Club, urging locals to get involved in this event and support the local establishment. Men and women of the bowling club are getting on board, encouraging friends and family to come along to ensure the maximum amount of revenue will be raised to assist the Club.
Many similar bowling and golf clubs across NSW and Australia have been closing down or swallowed by bigger entities over the last several years due to a lack of revenue. A diminishing interest in the sport, smoking bans and changing tastes have been cited as contributing factors; the landscape of modern entertainment changes with time. Without support from the public, smaller venues with an aging atmosphere struggle to survive in this modern climate. The upcoming stage show is Tommy’s attempt to help the club expand and diversify its’ patronage.
This is not the first time Tommy Jeff’s Talulah has come to the rescue; last year when Canowindra High School was vandalised, students, teachers and Tommy Jeffs took to the stage together and raised an incredible $11,000 for the school. “It’s your club, it’s your town,” Tommy said in a message to locals. “Anything that is good for business in Canowindra is good for the town.”
The people of the bowling club will join Tommy on stage in a side-splitting show with great costumes and entertaining dance routines that both men and women will love. “We are rehearsing this week, and it’s just hysterical when everyone is on stage. “
The Saturday night show will include a 2 course hot dinner prepared by Tommy at a steal of $40 per person. The Mother’s Day show on Sunday will include an afternoon tea prepared by ladies from the bowling club at the value price of $10 per person. Everyone is invited to enjoy this extravaganza of food, fun, music and dance, and encouraged to come out in support of the Canowindra Bowling Club. Bring the family and get out of the house on the Mother’s Day weekend.
For those with no family around, don’t spend Mother’s Day alone; contact the Canowindra Phoenix to get in touch with our Adopt-A-Granny program and we will organise a good Samaritan from the area to accompany you to the show.
Don’t miss out on what is rumoured to be Talulah/Tommy’s last stage show; you will regret it! Tickets are on sale now at Deli Lama, so get in quick.