Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Tough Times? Power in Numbers!!!

Ladies & Gentlemen,

I am sure all the events in Queensland over the last weeks have hit us all as the bush fires did in Victoria not that long ago. Below is a link for you to join us in assisting communities in Queensland with a donation. we at Tablefor20/Sticky Bar will be contributing each night from our dinner over the next 6 weeks, you can also make a difference. Every bit helps.

Reminder to all wanting to make Tablefor20 reservations the below dates in February we will be closed for some minor works.

Closed Jan 26,27
Closed Feb 9,10

Resume normal trade Wednesday to Saturday from February 16th.

February 23rd Onwards Tablefor20 $50 midweek menu Special with my Godfathers will commence. 0416 096 916 for any questions.



Anonymous Anonymous said...


I've just started a new solo project
(, parting temporarily from
Mad Polly (, and i'm looking at
booking some shows if your venue/artists have dates available
for support slots in the near future, id love to join the line-up!

Look forward to hearing from you/hope you like the tracks
from my newly released EP.

Kindest regards,

Brief biography.
Learning the guitar at the chubby age of 15, Bec Sandridge has taken to the likes of folk melodies, blue riffs and muttered ramblings of soft words inspired by artistes of sorts Bon Iver, Feist and Laura Marling. In 2008, forming the female-led band Mad Polly alongside songstress Melissa Creagan, venues throughout New South Wales and Melbourne can now be plastered all her biography (including Lizottes, The Basement, Brass Monkey and The Wesley Anne,) whilst sharing the stage with many well-established artists including the Custom Kings, Matthew Barber (CANADA), Skipping Girl Vinegar, Ashleigh Mannix and Adalita (Magic Dirt). 2011, is the year of forging a new, experimental solo path.

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