Posted by The Events Editorial Team
25. May, 2012
|May 27, 2012|
Sometimes the word Europe conjures up images of austere cathedrals, soaring Alps and dapper gents sipping cafe au laits by the Seine. Once a year a different side of old Europa rears its diamond encrusted head for that event that stops a continent – Eurovision.
This year’s song and dance spectacular is being beamed out from Baku, and word is that Engelbert Humperdinck might just snatch it for the UK, who’ve been horrible since forever (who could forget Cry Baby from Jemini?)
If you want to experience the spectacle in public The Greyhound Hotel are showing all the splendour on the big screen from Sunday, 7.30pm.
WHEN: Semi-finals aire on May 25 and 26 on SBS. Grand Final at 7.30pm on Sun May 27.
WHERE: Home or at The Greyhound Hotel, 1 Brighton Rd St Kilda
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