The party poopers have a new home at the Royal Opera House in Melbourne.
Key points:The group of three men, who have been dubbed the “perfumer of the elite” has been granted a special VIP lounge at the opera houseAfter spending three years at the palace, the group is now set to get a new lease on life at the Opera HouseThey will be granted VIP lounges and access to a VIP receptionThe group has been invited to the Royal Theatre in the city’s West End, but the Royal Conservatoire’s Victoria Opera House has refused them entry.
The group, who are known as the “Perfumer Of The Elite”, were among a group of men who spent three years in the royal conservatory and have since been granted an exclusive VIP lounge and VIP reception at the Victoria Opera Hall.
The Royal Conservatory has denied the group entry to the conservatory, saying the group had a right to enter the grounds.
“We do not allow anyone who is not in attendance, is not at liberty to access our grounds,” a spokesperson said.
“It’s not right that any one individual, who is clearly not invited to any of our facilities, could have the opportunity to use our grounds for their private purposes.”
The group were invited to visit the Royal Gardens and the grounds surrounding the conservatories, but they did not attend and we did not allow them access.
“The group was given a new VIP lounge by the conservatorship in April and are due to be awarded a new one in September.
They are the latest of a number of celebrities to take part in the annual “Royal Party” at the venue, which has a capacity of about 100,000.
There are a number more events planned in the weeks ahead including an “Uncle” and a “Mansion” party.
A spokesman for the Royal Parks, Victoria’s premier park and recreation agency, said the group would not be allowed to take photographs in the public right-of-way.”
Due to the significant nature of the event and the fact that the conservatoire is not currently operating, the Royal Victoria Parks have taken the necessary action to ensure the security and privacy of guests and staff and that of the surrounding area,” a statement said.
It was not immediately clear if any of the guests were from the royal household or whether the group was the first to be granted permission.
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