Internationally known diva of the 90's Mary Kiani presents The music of Donna Summer with a sensational 7-piece band.
LaDonna Adrian Gaines, known professionally as Donna Summer, was an American singer, songwriter and actress. She gained prominence during the disco era of the 1970s and became known as the "Queen of Disco", while her music gained a global following. Wikipedia
Now in it's 4th year associated with Mardi Gras 2021.
DJ Dan Dan will play you the classics...Retro, disco, camp and all S.A.W classics tunes to get you in the mood from 7pm.
Special guests, Carina Grace will join me on stage for that amazing duet...yes you know the one.
Dance to, Macarthur park - Hot stuff, Bad girls, State of Independence, Last dance and so many more classic songs.
We will be adhering to all Covid-19 restrictions and protocols in place, and will deny access to anyone displaying signs of illness. Please help us get through this challenging time by respecting the guidelines set out for us so we can get back to our old norms as quickly as possible.
Updated Policy on unvaccinated patrons and staff effective from 21 December 2021 The Board of Directors of Paddington Woollahra RSL have made the decision to allow only fully vaccinated patrons into the Club until further notice. This will apply to all people 16 years and over unless they have an approved medical exemption and includes staff, contractors and patrons. The Board made this decision for the following reasons:
The Club has a duty to ensure health and safety of staff and customers under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (NSW), and under general law.
Those who are not fully vaccinated have a higher risk of transmitting coronavirus to workers and patrons.
Subclause 1.3(f) of the Public Health (Covid 19 General) Order 2021 states “the risk [to public health in NSW] is from and among people who remain unvaccinated because these people are more likely to be infected, more at risk of severe illness and death resulting from infection with SARS-CoV-2, and more likely to transmit the infection to others, than fully vaccinated people”.
Given the overwhelming research supporting these findings, precluding patrons who are not fully vaccinated (subject to the exceptions described above) will reduce the likelihood that fully vaccinated staff and patrons will be exposed to the coronavirus, or contract Covid-19.
While the Club is implementing other controls to mitigate the risk of Covid-19 transmission, as outlined in its Covid19 safety plan, the level of mitigation from excluding those who are not fully vaccinated cannot be achieved through other available controls. The NSW Government has left this decision up to individual businesses from December 15, and we have decided to make the ongoing health and safety of our staff, patrons and the wider community our highest priority. Under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011(NSW) and in general law, it is the Club’s responsibility to make decisions that, to the best of our ability, maintain a safe working environment for our employees and for our patrons. We thank you for your understanding and appreciate your patience.