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Mamma Rosa at Spring Bay Mill

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Cook, storyteller, singer, Mamma Rosa will perform her hilarious and fun performance that involves Italian cooking. Mamma Rosa is a larger than life buxom, boisterous, bouffant clown character and the brainchild of Rose Kokkoris.
She is a zany Italian Mamma, who loves to sing, cook, and feed people. Join us for a fun night out as Rosa does gnocchi!

Italian food offering & booze both available for purchase.

Stay onsite! If you need accommodation book a beach shack or stay in the glamping field.

Time: 5.30am – 9.00pm

Date: 23rd October 2020

Tickets: $25 per person

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