The Clarendon Guesthouse is situated in the heart of the Blue Mountains at Katoomba.
An iconic part of the mountains for many years. Offering accommodation, music, entertainment, restaurant, classic cocktail bar and log fires. Enjoy the warm log fires in winter or temperate summer days in the mountains,
The Clarendon Guesthouse is a perfect getaway in Australia's best intimate
|| Damien Leith
Kaki King (NYC)
||The Perch Creek Family Jugband
||Mic Conway's National Junkband
'Intimate evening of Mediumship'
|| " Boganville " Comedy Caberet Yule fest
||Jo Jo Smith's Christmas Special Yule fest
|| Clairy Browne and The Bangin Rackettes
|| " Beauty, Glamour, Fame " Drag comedy Yule fest
||" Beauty, Glamour, Fame " Drag comedy Yule fest
|| Deborah Conway Willy Zygier
June 29th - 10th August
Glass Champagne on arrival
Starter: Pumpkin & Apple Soup
Entree: Grilled Barramundi &
Main: Traditional Roast
turkey, ham & beef with all
the Xmas trimmings
Dessert: Plum Pudding with
Brandy Custard & Fruit Salad
Dinner $50 per head
Show extra charge
The Clarendon is available for
weddings, parties and conferences.
Give a Clarendon Guesthouse gift certificate for your special occassion.
The Clarendon has some fantastic Yule fest nights coming up!! Jo Jo Smiths christmas special, Dorian Mode's " Boganville " comedy cabaret and we have a ' very frilly christmas ' couple of nights with Brent Thorpes drag alter ego taking us on a mind bending night of hilarious entertainment!!
Saturday & Sunday
12 - 3pm
Wednesday 22nd May
Dinner @ 7pm
Show @ 8.30pm
by Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself,” Kaki King is a true
iconoclast, a visionary musician/artist whose singular work rightly stands out
amongst the easily formatted. Over her decade-long career thus far, the
Brooklyn-based guitarist/composer has recorded five extraordinarily diverse and
distinctive LPs, performed with such icons as Foo Fighters, Timbaland, and The
Mountain Goats, contributed to a variety of film and TV soundtracks (spanning
Golden Globe-nominated work with Eddie Vedder and Michael Brook on Sean Penn’s Into The Wild to teaming with Carter Burwell on his blockbuster Twilight score), and played to ever-growing audiences on innumerable
Each twist and veer marked the
turning of a page, another step forward on a truly exceptional musical path.
Beginning with 2002’s Everybody Loves You, King has expanded and
reconceived the role of the solo instrumental artist, constantly kicking at the
boundaries of what’s expected.
her groundbreaking new release, is both indescribable and definitive, an
evocative, exuberant collection of genre agnostic soundscapes, rich with wit,
theme, and inspired invention. From the chamberesque “Great Round Burn” through
the propulsive, Celtic-colored “King Pizel,” the album embraces a doggedly
naturalist production ethos to showcase King’s protean songwriting and mesmeric