‘Roast Lamb, Peas and a Bottle of Claret – Such is Life’.
If you are visiting Melbourne soon, here is a dining experience not to be missed. Do you fancy eating the very same meal that notorious outlaw Ned Kelly requested on his last evening before his infamous hanging? Try Ned Kelly’s last meal. The bushranger ate roast lamb and peas washed down with a bottle of claret on the night before he was hanged in 1880.
The Old Melbourne Gaol is serving up this unique dinner on the 130th anniversary of Ned’s last night in the Gaol – to commemorate his last meal. Dinner includes ‘Such a Life’ an impressive performance that takes you inside the life and legend of Ned Kelly and the people who influenced his life. Date: November 10, from 6.00pm to 9.30pm
For details of this unique dinner and a whole load of other experiences they are serving up entitled ‘Ned Kelly – 130 years later’ from late October to mid November go to www.oldmelbournegaol.com.au or telephone 03 8663 7228
Old Melbourne Gaol
377 Russell Street, Melbourne, Victoria.
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