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Gig Guide: Temple

Mon 16/7
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Chelle
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 17/7
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Gaille Tinihau
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Wed 18/7
9pm Mark Tupuhi & Twirly Zone
www.temple.co.nz/Mark_Tupuhi.htm

Thu 19/7
8pm Acoustic Cafe
Featuring MiShell, The Vencelbros, Rivers Edge, Roger Marshall, Noodle
String
www.vencelbros.com
http://www.auckland.ac.nz/mch/span/roger.htm

Fri 20/7
8pm Montana Poetry Day
Special Guests Graham Brazier and comedian Jan Maree along with Bob Orr,
Olwyn Stewart, David Suter, Paddy Hoban, Olivia Macassey, Ant Horn, Will
Christie and Noodle String will perform, read and celebrate Poetry
Also there is a Poetry Slam (3 min or less) with $ 100 first prize
To finish we have the entertainment of rockabilly band All Torn Up
www.temple.co.nz/All_Torn_Up.htm
www.hellosailor.co.nz/grahambrazier/index.htm

Sat 21/7
Gossip
Women performing the arts
Hosted by Dolores
"Stars in Their Eyes" - Live Karaoke, with backing from Chrysalynn. Get
up
and have a sing!!!
Followed by Rangi Tu Noa Black

Sun 22/7
9am-3pm Open For Breakfast!!
http://www.temple.co.nz/Breakfast.htm
Available for private functions

Mon 23/7
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Chelle
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 24/7
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Gaille Tinihau
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Wed 25/7
9pm The Ra Ra Chelle Show
Hosted by Chelle
Featuring Sue Gray and Trigg, Renee-Louise Carafice, Danny, Gaille
Tinihau,
Andrea Olsen
http://www.temple.co.nz/Gaille_Tinihau.htm
http://www.temple.co.nz/Sue_Gray.htm

Thu 26/7
8pm The Big Bang!! with Stan
5 Bands for $3, Hosted by Stan Malcolm

Fri 27/7
9pm Russell Self
http://www.rhymingstuff.com
11.30 Unsure Collaborations presents:
Punk Rock at the Temple

Sat 28/7
9pm Graham Brazier (from Hello Sailor)
www.hellosailor.co.nz/grahambrazier/index.htm

Sun 29/7
9am-3pm Open For Breakfast!!
http://www.temple.co.nz/Breakfast.htm
Available for private functions

Mon 30/7
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Chelle
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 31/7
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Gaille Tinihau
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

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