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Temple Gig Guide

Mon 7/1
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Chelle
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 8/1
8pm Acoustic Cafe
Featuring Gaille Tinihau, Kate, Ziko, Jethro, Sarah Jane

Wed 9/1
8pm Outspoken
Multi-genre spokenword show
Includes open mic section
Actors: Aimee Johnson, Sally Pugh, Carol Pugh, Mari Cameron,
Cassandra Woodhouse
Actor/Director: Maria Fiosetti
Poet: Jay Braybrook
Singer/Songwriters: Danny Downes, Audio Zephyr, Kara Gordon
Hosted by Jeremy Elwood
www.jeremyelwood.com

Thu 10/1
8pm Defcon 1 featuring DJ building 7 Hog Haul Valentine, Nekros
the Temples first ever industrial night and will feature local bands providing some
evocative electronic rock sounds

Fri 11/1
7.30 Bifkin
9pm Undercarriage and Stage of Fools
http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~leafboy/
11.30 Don't Die Wishing
http://www.dontdiewishing.com

Sat 12/1
9pm 5th Threat, We Dunno, Losing Face and Zoil
http://www.angelfire.com/rock2/zoil/
http://www.angelfire.com/punk/wedunno/
http://www.threat.cjb.net/

Sun 13/1
Closed - available for private functions

Mon 14/1
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Chelle
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 15/1
6pm Karen q Temple on Mosaic Radio Creative - Planet FM 104.6FM
8pm TBC

Wed 16/1
8pm Femme Fatale
Featuring some of Auckland's top female talent with Andrea Olsen, Mahara Tocker,
Jodie Rawle, Ramon & others

Thu 17/1
8pm Mrs McClunty's Fabulous Show
Featuring Mits Mini Mastermind (with Bob Though)
"What's That Poking Me" with Filthy Jim
Semi-Detached Unit and Mahony Harris

Fri 18/1
TBC

Sat 19/1
TBC

Sun 20/1
Closed - available for private functions

Mon 21/1
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Chelle
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 22/1
Caitlin Smith's students showcase

Wed 23/1
8pm Acoustic Booster
Jane Siene
Mike Weston
Briin Gould
http://www.janesiene.com
11pm SONiA (US)
www.soniadf.com

Thu 24/1
8pm The Big Bang!! with Stan
5 Bands for $5, Hosted by Stan Malcolm
Featuring Glow, Silhouette, Plethora, La Zona Ten 5, Sushi

Fri 25/1
8pm Penelope Swales (Aus)
11.30 Millhouse

Sat 26/1
9pm Vocoder, Po-ha & more (Welli)
http://www.po-ha.com
http://www.vocoder.co.nz

Sun 27/1
Closed - available for private functions

Mon 28/1
Bar Opens at 8pm
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Chelle
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 29/1
6pm Karen q Temple on Planet FM 104.6FM
9pm LA on Q

Wed 30/1
8pm The Ra Ra Chelle Show
Hosted by Chelle

Thu 31/1
9pm Cam's Bad Apples


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