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Sunday, 5 May 2013

Le Pub, Sydney gets Napoleon living statue by Human Statue Bodyart

Human Statue Bodyart Napoleon human statue entertains at French themed Le Pub bistro , Sydney, Australia CBD...

Recently French themed club and bar, Le Pub, situated on Sydney's King Street, became the latest club - bar establishment in Sydney, New South Wales to enjoy a living human statue by creative arts agency, Human Statue Bodyart.

Napoleon entertained a crowd which consisted of many French speakers, at the popular inner city club.

The Napoleon outfit and creation was worn by model / entertainer, John Sparton, who entertained at Le Pub for 2 hours on the busy Thursday night.

The costume mainly consisted of material, bodypaint, and of course, a Napoleon styled hat.

Creative artist Eva Rinaldi, led the team of artists at Human Statue who worked on the project. Eva said "The Napoleon human statue once again proved to be a huge hit for entertaining patrons. He's been one of our most popular and enduring creations over the years. Le Pub was absolutely delighted with our Napoleon creation. The Human statues are not only creative but they can also be very good for business. They have proved to increase patronage in a competitive entertainment and club environment and encourage patrons to stay longer... meaning they usually eat and drink more than they usually would also. It's a true win - win for all involved."

About Le Pub...

Lean at the bar with a cold frothy beer or cosy up in a comfy booth for your journey; whatever your choice you won't be disappointed.

Complete with TAB, big screens, private dining and dual eating & dining areas, Le Pub hails all the elements of a true pub environment. A quick meal or a boozy lunch; after work drinks or an elegant function; Le Pub is your ideal retreat.

Celebrated publican Patrick Gallagher and his team have come together with Interior Designers Luchetti Krell to create an inspiring underground space that woos thirsty local workers and tempts all appetites.

Le Pub mixes the romance of Paris with the "every day" of the Metro; the glamour of the first class cabin converges with industrial elements reflecting steel works and underground construction effortlessly.

Eat & Drink...

Gallagher Hotels' award winning Executive Chef Ronny Ghantous has put together a menu that celebrates true French dining. After the success of the Union Hotel in North Sydney, Le Pub's menu has been refined to showcase the simplicity and robust flavours that Parisians enjoy as part of their daily lives. Grounded and accessible, Ghantous aims to promote "every day" French food; covering all the crowd favourites like Bouillabaisse and Bourguignon.

Meanwhile, Angela Gallagher has been busy pulling together an enviable wine list that features - amongst all the crowd favourites and many stunning surprises - a great selection of champagnes by the glass.


A quick meal or a boozy lunch; after work drinks or an elegant function; Le Pub is your ideal retreat. Escape the bustling CBD and be transported to another era. Le Pub at once celebrates both the luxury of the late 1800's and the every day simplicity of a true Parisian styled bistro.

Nestled underground with dual entrances from both King and York Streets, Le Pub's interiors are cleverly inspired by the Paris Metro. Curved, tiled walls, light-ceilings, brass, copper & fluted glass await.


Human Statue Bodyart

Le Pub

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