The AU Review 4th Birthday Party at Oxford Art Factory

The AU Review celebrated their 4th Birthday with a Beatles-themed party at the Oxford Art Factory in Darlinghurst on Friday 3 August 2012.

TheAUReview 4th Birthday Party
The AU Review 4th Birthday Party

You say goodbye and I say hello read the invitation but with an enthusiastic audience it really was All you need is love. Twenty eight musicians, including members of Anthony Hughes’ Band, Cameras, City Riots, Deep Sea Arcade, Guineafowl, Lime Cordiale, Regular John and  Winter People recreated the Beatles Magical Mystery Tour plus more and really “took you away”.

TheAUReview 4th Birthday Party
Larry Heath, Founder and Editor in Chief

Founded by Larry Heath, The AU Review is an independent online publication providing an unbiased voice for the Australian music industry and supporting international bands who want to tour Australia.

TheAUReview 4th Birthday Party
Monkey Shoulder drinks by Hugh Payten Smith

With Everybody’s got something to hide except for me and myMonkey Shoulder Scotch Whisky served  Monkey Manhattans, Jungle Daiquiris and Apes and Apples among other cocktails to invited guests.

TheAUReview 4th Birthday Party
Jungle Daiquiries

TheAUReview 4th Birthday Party
Finale, with Larry Heath and Band

The birthday cake by Veronica Haynes was an edible representation of the Magical Mystery Tour bus along Penny Lane through Strawberry Fields while being watched by the Fool on the Hill, of course.


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