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Temple 7th Anniversary - The 7 days of Fun

Temple 7th Anniversary - The 7 days of Fun Monday 30th September to Sunday 6th October

The Temple is about to turn seven!! Over the last seven years more than 10,000 performances of original material have graced the well-trodden Temple stage and we look for to many more performances in the future.

Some of the better known acts have included: Anika Moa, Tadpole, James Reid, Eye TV, Graham Brazier, Hammond Gamble, Chris Knox, Emma Paki, Mahinarangi Tocker, Wayne Mason, Jan Hellreigel and Karen Hunter.

Not only is the Temple one of Auckland's major breeding grounds of local talent by providing performance space for everyone from seasoned professionals to "first-time-out-of-the-bedroom" performers, we are also forerunners in the industry in providing a raft of support services for the industry:

The 7th anniversary also follows some renovations to the bar (we will be closed Tuesday 24th September to Saturday 28th September), and we will be launching a new logo.

The programme for our 7th anniversary is as follows:

Monday 30/9 - Day One CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition FINAL Hosted by Chelle Featuring Tom, Fourth Member, Eight-Fold, St Lucy, Jonno, Jeremy, Belinda and Nigel,BJ, Mime, Vencel Bros, Two Spirit, Mat Rankin

Tuesday 1/10 - Day Two The Julz Nathan Acoustic Cafe Craig Muller, St Lucy, ellie lim, Julz Nathan, Simon Hislop, Anita, Ange Saunders, Mahara Tocker

Wednesday 2/10 - Day Three Outspoken - Multi-genre show 7 poets, 7 actors, 7 comedians Hosted by Jeremy Elwood Featuring: Gina, Jerry Beole, Hot Pink Poetry, James Crompton, The Lyrical Larrikin Noodle String, Maria Fiosetti, Sally Pugh, Carol Pugh, Cassandra Woodhouse Bill Crisp, Caroline Till, Michele A'Court, Ezequiel Balmori, Murray Haddow - the poets shadow

Thursday 3/10 - Day Four Femme Fatale - Aucklands hottest female talent Karen Hunter, Adeline Space, Mel Parsons, Andrea, Sue Thorby (Nelson), Michelle Wilson, Touchpaper, Paddy Hoban

Friday 4/10 - Day Five Chris Knox with Stan Malcolm & Esra Dekan

Saturday 5/10 - Day Six Acid Test Past Years Winners and Placegetters Jester, thirtycyclehum, Spinner, Ana Strong

Sun 6/10 3pm Sifty Sunday Afternoon with Leonard 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test Songwriting and Performance Competition Heat 9 Tacit, The Beatniks Foundation, Gourd, Resin 8, Nude Ruby

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