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Postcard from Surry Hills... Are Hungarians really from Mongolia or outer space?
7.30pm, Saturday 29th March 2014

By Gemma Turner
Posted Saturday, March 1, 2014

An unforgettable evening of soul-stirring music, thigh-slapping, foot tapping & Guinness swilling with The Transylvaniacs (Hungarian, Romanian & Gypsy Music) and special guest Bukhu (Mongolian horse fiddle & throat singing). Discover for yourself through a stimulating evening of soul stirring folk music from Hungary & Mongolia.

The Transylvaniacs
Special guest: Bukhu, Mongolian horse fiddler & throat singer
Dance teaching: Michelle Turcsanyi

The Gaelic Club
64 Devonshire St, Surry Hills

Cost: $20/$15
Food available

For further info: Mark (02) 9716 8167

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