Hedy Keogh dresses up for the Gypsy Cafe to be hosted by the Ipswich Multicultural Projects tomorrow.
Hedy Keogh dresses up for the Gypsy Cafe to be hosted by the Ipswich Multicultural Projects tomorrow. Sarah Harvey

Gypsies roll into Ipswich

GYPSIES will call Ipswich home tomorrow night when the Gypsy Fire cafe celebrates all things Romani.

Musicians Vasil and Vasili will perform magical, traditional music pieces, and attendees will be able to sample the cuisine of the European people during a three-course meal.

Ipswich Multicultural Projects event organisers and performers also will offer insight into gypsy culture through stories and an overview of gypsy history.

IMP's Hedy Keogh encouraged attendees to dress up for the special event.

Tickets to the event cost $30 and must be booked in advance by phoning 0414 703 842.

The event will run from 6.45-10pm in the Ipswich Masonic Hall, Roderick St, Ipswich.



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