A girls’ night out


My elder daughter had organised a girls’ night out, just her, her sister and her mum for while I was in Melbourne.  We had a ball.  She had organised for her younger sister to fly down from Canberra for the night and we went out to one of the productions of the Melbourne Comedy Festival.

You may recognise her from the BBC show Grumpy Old Women.

The show was hilarious.  So true to life and she was so full of energy.  After the show I felt exhausted but energised if that is possible.

Before the show we went for dinner at the Japanese Restaurant Miyako on Southbank and had a couple of cocktails with our meal.

After the show we went to the bar on the north side of the Yarra River below Flinders Street Station, for a nightcap.

There was Silent Comedy happening at one of the bars.

Those luminous headphones enabled patrons to hear the comedy performance.

A fantastic night with just the girls, finishing off with Lord of the Fries before heading home.

I am so blessed to have two daughters and a son.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. So pleased to hear that you had a good time in Melbourne! I was out visiting Melbourne myself from the UK only last month and had super time. One night out was a Twilight concert at the Zoo, we went to see “The Specials” might you be the same vintage as me? Good to see you are back blogging, I must get back into the swing of it too, as I have been missing for ages. Best wishes,
    Jay X

    1. suth2 says:

      Hi Jay,
      Great to hear from you and yes I think we might be of about the same vintage. 🙂

  2. eatmystreet says:

    Sounds like a great night!

    1. suth2 says:

      We had a fantastic time. I can’t remember the last occasion where it was just the three of us out together.

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