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Temple Gig Guide + Chris Knox this Fri 18th


Temple Gig Guide + Chris Knox this Fri 18th

What a week!! The inimitable Chris Knox! Friday 18th July

What Noise? Fundraising concert with the Space Waltz Reunion (Eddie Rayner/Alistair Riddell/Paul Crowther), Chris Knox, Hammond Gamble, Graham Brazier, Mahinarangi Tocker on this Thursday July 17th at Galatos. Tickets from Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz or 307-5000 Or the Temple $30

PLUS the first heat of the York Street Studios Acid Test on thus Thursday 17th from 7pm as well!!!

Not to mention another Temple fav The Sick Boys (undoubtedly the worst band in NZ - or so they say - we think they're one of the best!) on Sat 19th

Please forward this to any of your friends who might be interested.....

Monday 14 July 8pm CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz

Tuesday 15 July 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe. Hosted by Dan Jonno, Emma Walter, Mike Sloggett, Bronson Prior, Don't Die Wishing www.dont diewishing.com

Wednesday 16 July 7.30pm Wednesday's Wikkid Brew Tim Gemmell, Simon Hislop, & more

Thursday 17 July 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test Deborah Wai Kapohe (by video from Invercargill) www.deborahwaikapohe.com, Holdfast www.holdfastpunk.cjb.net, Caviar Jazz Duo, 5th Threat, All Left Out www.allleftout.com, Oligarchy

Friday 18 July 9pm Chris Knox 11.30pm Suspicious Dribble 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Saturday 19 July 9pm The Sick Boys www.thesickboys.co.nz with Charlotte Johansen support 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Sunday 20 July Available for Private Functions

Monday 21 July 8pm CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz

Tuesday 22 July 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe. Hosted by Dan Shane Hinton, Marc Dominick & more

Wednesday 23 July 7.30pm Femme Fatale - Auckland's hottest female talent Hosted by Hot Pink Poetry www.hotpink.co.nz Reann www.reann.net, Adeline Space http://www.geocities.com/adelinespace /, Mahoney Harris, Mel Parsons, Josie

Thursday 24 July 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test

Friday 25 July Closed Private Function until 11pm 11.30pm Ishtar 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Saturday 26 July 8pm Christine White, Punga, Stan Malcolm www.stanmalcolm.com Limited Tickets $20. Contact the Temple to book Smokefree 11.30pm Seraph http://www.csoft.co.nz/band/ 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Sunday 27 July York Street Studios Acid Test

Monday 28 July 8pm CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz

Tuesday 29 July 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe. Hosted by Dan Daniel Loughnan, Emma Walter, Anita

Wednesday 30 July 7.30pm Wednesday's Wikkid Brew Guy Taylor, Bronson Prior, SILK

Thursday 31 July 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test

Friday 1 August 7.30pm Glenn Bodger 11.30pm The Pelvic Thunderhound 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Saturday 2 August 8pm Speak Eazy Dedicated to 100% banging underground hip hop 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Sunday 3 August 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test

Monday 4 August 8pm CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz

Tuesday 5 August 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe. Hosted by Dan Jon E www.geocities.com/joneyomama/ & more

Wednesday 6 August 8pm Outspoken - Multigenre show Hosted by Jeremy Elwood www.jeremyelwood.com Open mic acts welcome Ona, Murray Haddow - The Poet's Shadow, Dave Wiggins, Jerry Beale, Mike G, Ezequiel Balmori, Tevita, Zeb

Thursday 7 August 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test

Friday 8 August 8pm Karen Hunter www.karenhunter.com 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Saturday 9 August 8pm PUNK We Dunno http://www.angelfire.com/punk/wedunno /, Free For All, The Nana Squad www.nanasquad.com, 5th Threat, Holdfast www.holdfastpunk.cjb.net 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Sunday 10 August 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test


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