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Temple Hosts Inaugural Auckland Festival


Hi there

The Temple is very excited to be hosting shows for the inaugural Auckland Festival to be held 20th Sept to 5 Oct this year.

We are looking for shows to include in our programme, any performance genre is welcome.

Please let us know ASAP as we have to have our programme finalised by the end of Feb. Get back to us with your show concept and a promotional outline, so we can get the ball rolling. You will be included in the Festival Programme, the Festival's marketing campaign and get to be a part of this exciting event!!

For available gig dates March to May check www.temple.co.nz/available.htm

CONTACTS: NZEI Te Riu Roa National President, Bruce Adin, 04 382-2723 (wk) 04 381-4696 (a/h) 027 274-7902 Lynne Bruce, NZEI Te Riu Roa National Secretary 04 382-2720 (wk) 04 475-3797 (a/h) 025 240-7105 Peter Monteith, Assistant Secretary 04 382-2711 (wk) 027 276-7131 NZEI Te Riu Roa communications officer Nick Hirst 04 382-2703 (wk) 027 268-3291, 04 479-9089 (a/h)

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