Alongside the Centenary of Armistice Remembrance Concert, we will also be hosting a Commemoration Dinner in Launceston’s Albert Hall in November. This incredible evening, which also will celebrate the 243rd Birthday of the United States Marines, will feature a three course meal and include entertainment from the Tassie Tenor, the Launceston City Band and the Launceston Male Choir. With our guest of honour the Governor of Tasmania, Her Excellency Professor The Honourable Kate Warner AC, this Commemoration Dinner will be one that you don’t want to miss out on.

Centenary of Armistice Commemoration Dinner
United States Marine 243rd Birthday
Albert Hall, Launceston, Tasmania | Saturday November 10, 2018
Presented by and the Northern Midlands RSL Sub Branch with support from the City of Launceston and Military Shop.
ONE NIGHT ONLY – 6 for 6:30pm. Tickets available online (click here) or from the Princess Theatre (call 03 6331 0052)

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About the Menu

All guests to the Commemoration Dinner will enjoy three fantastic courses across the evening, consisting of an entree, main and dessert, as well as a celebratory cake served towards the conclusion of the evening. The menu items will be served alternate drop, allowing for all meals to be served to tables.

If you have any dietary requirements, please let us know upon booking either by notifying us on the booking page or else contacting us below. This will help us give ample notice to the catering team to ensure that we can prepare alternate dishes or options if required.


Launceston’s Albert Hall

The Albert Hall was built by J.T Farmils at a cost of 14,000 pounds in 1891 to house the Tasmanian Industrial Exhibition of 1891-92. The exhibition ran for four months and attracted over 260,000 people. The exhibition itself was designed to ease the social misery caused by the depression of the 1880’s. The Albert Hall is one of Launceston’s most significant heritage buildings due to its high degree of heritage value that is attributed to the Classical Victorian style of monumental public architecture. The Hall covers an area of 14,000 square feet and was recognised at the time as the worlds 11th largest building.

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Special Offer For Those Travelling to Launceston

with thanks to our supporters who are helping make the event a success!

For those travelling to Tasmania, book with Spirit of Tasmania to receive a special discount. The offer is only available for a limited time, and can be claimed by clicking here.

For those looking for accommodation in Launceston, book with Best Western Plus on Earl Street to receive a special discount. Just quote the code “ARMISTICE” when booking to receive this special deal.

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you! While there is a lot of information across the website about the Centenary of Armistice Commemoration Dinner as well as Launceston, Tasmania, we’d love to hear from you if you have any further questions. You can ask us by using the form on this page, or else;

– Call Brian Watson on 0418 131 443
– Email Brian directly via

otherwise we’ll see you in Launceston on November 10, 2018.