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$35 + booking fee pre, $40 on the door

Django @ Camelot

7pm doors, 8pm show

We can only reserve tables for GROUPS OF 8 OR MORE (you can go as large as you like! We never run out of tables for large groups who get our email confirmation once you email a request.

TO RESERVE A TABLE OF 8 OR MORE. . .Firstly buy all your tickets, then email: [email protected] Please list *show name *show date and only the *name the tickets are booked under.

LESS THAN 8 people??? All other seating is on a ‘first in best dressed’ basis! So come early and choose a seat, a stool or table which suits. If the show is sold-out, you may end up sharing with others or choose to stand.

Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tickets are possible.
All ages are welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult) and a ticket must be purchased to support the artists playing.
Delicious food (including pizza!) is available.
Fully licensed – NO BYO


A night of jazz classics plus unexpected rarities & novelties from singer Meredith O’Reilly & The Mezzanines. Meredith’s wide vocal range flips from a powerful & controlled belt to a sultry whisper with ease. Every song has a story that she can’t wait to share with you. Her musical influences include Julie London, Ella Fitzgerald, Dave Brubeck, Renee Geyer, Blossom Dearie & Georgie Fame.


Meredith performs regularly with jazz pianist Peter Locke, has fronted Big Bands Tres Mambo & Horns Plus (Manly & Dubbo Jazz Festivals) for over a decade and more recently, occasional guest appearances with the Dan Barnett Big Band & legendary trumpeter, Billy Burton.

Meredith’s cabaret, Curtains, about her showbiz ups and downs was seen at Sydney’s Glen St Theatre, Q Theatre & The Bondi Cabaret Festival in 2019/20. In 2019-2023 Meredith performed 4 sold out cabarets at Sydney’s “Claire’s Kitchen”.

Meredith is a Helpmann & Greenroom-nominated Music Theatre performer in major musicals across Australia & New Zealand & is currently touring Sydney, NSW and Victoria with Wendy Harmer and John Field’s new smash hit musical,The Grandparents Club.


Peter Locke is one of Australia’s most highly respected jazz pianists, musical directors and accompanists. Based out of Sydney and the NSW South

Coast, Peter is in high demand in many musical settings due to the impressive depth of the jazz tradition in his playing. Peter studied with and is a protege of piano master Chuck Yates.

In addition to his own Peter Locke Trio, he performs regularly with Dan Barnett’s Big Band, Brad Child’s Swing-Era Big Band, John Morrison’s Swing City Big Band, Society Syncopators (Melb), Andrew Dickeson’s Blue Rhythm Band, Sh! Jazz Quartet (Bowral), the Mell-o-Tones and the New Wolverine Jazz Orchestra, and is often pianist of choice with Bob Henderson, Geoff Power, Adrian Cunningham, Bill Burton, Renato Marcon & Andrew Dickeson. Peter was resident pianist in the late Bob Barnard’s Quartet for the last ten years before Bob’s retirement from the stage.

Peter regularly accompanies some of the country’s top jazz vocalists including Gregg Arthur, Wilma Reading, Monica Trapaga, Meredith

O’Reilly, George Washingmachine and the legendary Johnny Nicol to name a few. Not forgetting the late, great Marie Wilson.

Peter also receives warm praise for his tasteful trumpet and flugelhorn solos. Few musicians move so seamlessly from interpretations of the works of Bix Beiderbecke and Duke Ellington to Be-Bop and beyond.

Some recent festival appearances include Thredbo Jazz, Melbourne International Jazz (with Gregg Arthur), Devonport Jazz, the Noosa Jazz Party, Manly Jazz (with Bob Barnard, Todd Hardy, Dan Barnett, and Gregg Arthur) plus Norfolk Island Jazz (with The Rockets



Based in Sydney, Greg has been working professionally as a musician for the past 30 years. His list of live performance, TV, and recording credits include Chris Isaacks, Jimmy Barnes. Ian Moss, Glenn Shorrock, Kate Ceberano, Wendy Matthews, Jessica Mauboy, Christine Anu, Rick Price, Tom Burlinson, Tambalane, James Freud, Lee Kernigan, James Blundell, James Morrison, Jazz Trumpeter, Bobby Shew and Saxophonist, Bob Mintzer from The Yellow Jackets, The Sydney Allstar Big Band to name just a few.

Greg was Musical Director for the Fox 8 TV series, The Singing Office, which was awarded an Astra Award for the Most Outstanding Light Entertainment Program in 2008. He has also appeared on Australian Idol playing Double Bass from 2003 – 2008, the ABC’s O’Loghlin On Saturday Night (2nd series), John Foreman’s Big Night In on Channel 10, Channel 7’s Battle Of The Choirs, The annual Australia Day Live concert at The Opera House, and numerous other one off TV appearances with a variety of artists.

Greg has also been a musician extra in two feature films. ‘Dust Off The Wings’ 1997, ‘Clubland’, Internationally known as ‘Introducing the Dwights’ 2007, and Channel 7’s telemovie ‘Not the Boy Next Door’ 2015.


Ron Lemke grew up in Brisbane where he studied piano, clarinet and percussion.

A stalwart of the Sydney Jazz scene, Ron plays regularly with legendary trumpeter Billy Burton, bassist Craig Scott & pianist Ray Aldridge. He has played with Col Loughnan’s “Endeavour”, the Trevor Griffin sextet, Judy Bailey quartet, Bob Bertle’s quintet and the Dave Levy quartet.

Ron has backed many overseas musicians including Randy Brecker, Clifford Jordan, Mundell Lowe, Bobby Shew, Ernestine Anderson, and has also toured extensively in South East Asia and performed at the International Jazz Festival “Jazz Yatra” with the Judy Bailey quartet.

Sydney Musical Theatre Productions include West Side Story, Les Miserables, Tivoli, The Producers and Chicago.

Ron has toured Australia with international stars Chita Rivera and Lorna Luft. As a member of the original Sydney Jazz Quintet, Ron has toured extensively throughout Australia for Music Viva, performing school concerts and conducting workshops. In addition, Ron has taught drums and percussion for over thirty years in many of Sydney’s top schools.

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