New Year's Eve Dinner Dance - Masquerade Party

Celebrate the New Year at our ever-popular New Year's Eve Dinner Dance!

Enjoy a delicious three-course dinner, complimentary champagne at midnight, and enjoy a night filled with entertainment provided by acclaimed artist Paris Zachariou, Paris & Co.  Last year many of the revellers said it was the best night they'd had in years - so get in quick to book your tickets for a brilliant night out.

This year is a Masquerade theme and we will be giving out prizes for the Best Dressed and Best Mask.

With over 22 years experience as a professional singer, entertainer and MC, Paris Zachariou loves to entertain people & bring events to life. Having worked the stage with Oprah Winfrey, captivated audiences at the Spring Racing Carnival in the Bird Cage and performed at hundreds of weddings, Paris' wealth of experience and dedication to engage with any and all audiences is what has earned him the reputation as a top-class performer.

Your musical taste buds will be satisfied with a huge selection of tunes from Frank Sinatra, Otis Redding, Van Morrison and all the way through to today’s hits from Jack Johnson, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, and everything in between. Paris treats every audience as family and will ensure everyone has a lively, fun-filled night.

Combine Paris with a delicious three course menu, complimentary champagne at midnight plus good company - and you have a New Year's Eve to Remember!


Masquerade Party

New Year’s Eve Dinner Dance

A Night to Remember with acclaimed entertainer Paris Zachariou & Co

Sunday 31 December 2023, 7pm

3 course Meal

Complimentary Champagne at Midnight

$65 Members | $75 Non Members

Tables of 10 $600

Call ClubMulwala 0357 442331


More about Paris

Few artists can claim that Oprah personally invited them to perform on the steps of the Sydney Opera House – but for Victorian-based performer Paris Zachariou this was the reality he faced after a surprise meeting at a dinner party in December 2010. “This was an absolute pinch me experience where one moment I was performing songs for Oprah at a private dinner party, and the next thing I was flying on a private jet to Sydney to perform for the opening of the Oprah Show, and thousands of fans from across the world, on the forecourt of the iconic Sydney Opera House,” Paris said.

Fortunately, this musical chameleon with over 14 years of experience in the business is very familiar with tailoring his performances for audiences of all shapes and sizes, so was prepared to tackle the crowd of more than 3000 people with his personalised renditions of Cee Lo Green’s “Forget You” and Al Green’s “Let’s stay together.”

“I really love to entertain, and I understand how important the role of music and entertainment is at any event. Much of the success of events – no matter what scale – comes down to how well the entertainer connects with the audience. This means the choices in the music played, the interaction with the audience and the insights into the crowd are critical to creating an event that is one to remember. Whether that be during dinner or on the dance floor.”

Joining Paris on stage at the Oprah Show in Sydney was rock legend Jon Bon Jovi, but having been invited to perform alongside some of the biggest names in the business before, including Tom Jones, Ross Wilson and Tina Arena, Paris took it in his stride. “I really believe that no matter who you are performing for, each audience deserves as much attention and effort as the last. Performing for Oprah on two occasions was truly amazing, but I derive just as much joy from seeing a couple and their guests having a fabulous night at their wedding - a truly special a personal event indeed.”

Read more about Paris HERE

Watch him perform HERE

You created the most incredible atmosphere and exceeded way beyond our expectations. We had the best time, and the evening went so perfectly and we owe it all to you!!!
We have been inundated with compliments about your many talents from our families and friends. WOW! What a complete show you delivered for us.

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