Shane Schulz and Josie Skewes are ready to take on the Magical Mystery Tour.
Shane Schulz and Josie Skewes are ready to take on the Magical Mystery Tour. christine.perkin

Magical Mystery Tour on November 14 to benefit renal unit

A SEAT on the Beatles-inspired'Magical Mystery Tour is set to be the hottest ticket in town.

The Magical Mystery Tour is a progressive dinner with a twist, being held on November 14 to aid Toowoomba Hospital's Renal Unit.

Hosted by well-known local identity Krazy Kevin, there will be Beatles trivia and memorabilia, a singalong, competitions, raffles and prizes.

Guests will enjoy a three course meal as the Magical Mystery Bus visits three magical venues around Toowoomba for an evening of good food and loads of fun and laughter.

Toowoomba Hospital Renal Unit Nurse Unit Manager Josie Skewes said all funds raised during the event would go directly to Toowoomba Hospital's Renal Unit.

"The funds will be used to purchase patient and staff resources and equipment to help provide optimal care in the very busy renal unit," Ms Skewes said.

Toowoomba Hospital Foundation Community Engagement and Events Manager Melanie Coultas said everyone was encouraged to come dressed in their finest hippie gear.

"We are going all out Beatles for this tour and we'd love for people to get into the spirit of the era."

Tickets are $70 with only 100 available. The tour will start at 5.30pm.

Visit www.toowoombahospitalfoundation.org.au/events/MMTour or phone 4616 6166.


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