Media club’s magical mayhem

Written on the 20 November 2009

THE Gold Coast Media & Corporate Club is hosting its ‘Christmas party like no other’ on December 4 at the Q1 Ballroom.

A performance from popular comedic magician Matt Hollywood will feature at the luncheon, for which all proceeds will be donated to disabled and disadvantaged children charity, Aussie Kidz.

Hollywood has appeared on television shows including Rove Live, Sunrise, Thank God You’re Here and The Footy Show and is sure to have guests at the party in hysterics.

Tickets include a two course meal, beverages and the chance to win more than $8000 worth of prizes through the luncheon’s many raffles.

More info at: www.themediaclub.com.au


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