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Indigo Comedy Thursdays 8pm

Indigo Comedy Thursdays 8pm

This week featuring: Cohen Holloway That Red-blooded guy "best newcomer" at the TV2 international laugh festival 2003

with MC Cori Gonzalez-Macuer Dempsey Woodley, Steve McCleary and more

$6 unwaged / $8 waged Come for a giggle.

Followed by from 10.30pm UNIT an eclectic mix of keyboards, guitar and decks combined to generate fresh sounds for the jet set. expect Zoot Suits, a cigar bar and unearthly cocktail special. This week cocktail: Number 8 - Galliano, Banana, Apricot and Pineapple NO COVER

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