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Movember celebration promises dancing moustaches tonight

THEY'RE billing it as a celebration of everything a gentleman should be.

No. 5 Church Street is hosting a party for the end of Movember, tonight, and we have no doubt it will be bursting at the seams with moustaches fine and not-so-fine, and the ladies who love them.

The band of the evening is the aptly named Mostaccio, whose publicity photos are a haze of black and white swank and, of course, hirsute upper lips.

Describing themselves as sounding like Tom Waits meets the Beastie Boys album The In Sound From Way Out, their sound can be interpreted as smooth funk with more than a hint of indie quirk.

The evening does have a dress code: "like you know you should".

Unravel this mystery, and celebrate the moustache, at No. 5 on November 30.

Tickets are $12 and are available by phoning the venue on 6655 0155 or at the door.



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