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Gig Guide: Don McGlashan, Anika Moa + more...


Gig Guide: Don McGlashan, Anika Moa, Paul McLaney, Graham Brazier, Hammond Gamble + more!!

Hi there

Only 3 weeks of Temple left - AND is it jampakced or what!!:

This Wed 24th is Anika Moa and Paul McLaney with support from Manu Bennett - $20. Door sales only. Be here early! Last weeks performance was really special - this is an event NOT to miss out on.

This Thur 25th is a great poetry and spokenword evening

This Sat 27th is the York Street Studios Acid Test GRAND final 7 great acts PLUS last year's winner - St Lucy

Next Mon 29th is the CDS Productions Open Mic Final

THEN on Tuesday 30th is YAY!! Don McGlashan and Mahinarnagi Tocker. Get your tickets now ($20) as they are limited to 40 and are sure to sell out real quick!

ALSO this Fri Sept 26th. Graham Brazier (Hello Sailor) & Hammond Gamble (Street Talk). Guaranteed seat. $20

PLUS some GREAT workshops: APRA (free), Getting Radio Airplay and Earning a Living From Your Music.

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

Don't forget that we are open from 5pm weekdays for after work drinkees .....

Monday 22 September AK03 Events 6pm APRA Seminar - FREE entry - all welcome 8pm CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition Hosted by Karen q Temple All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz

Tuesday 23 September 7.30pm AK03 Event Acoustic Cafe Hosted by Millie Craig Muller, Andrea, Luke Bodle, Quiver, Heart Of Fifths http://www.soundclick.com/heartofifths

Wednesday 24 September 8pm Paul McLaney (Gramsci) + Anika Moa. Door sales only. $20 Support from Manu Bennett

Thursday 25 September 7.30pm As Part of AK03 Auckland Festival Auralink Presents

Shades of Pacifica An evening of Poetry and Spoken Word Featuring Karlo Mila, Raewyn Alexander, Bob Orr, Robin Kora, Jill Chan and Michael Rudd Entry $7 waged $5 conc Tickets on the door Smokefree

Friday 26 September AK03 Event 7.30pm Heni 8.30pm Hammond Gamble (Street Talk) + Graham Brazier (Hello Sailor) www.hell osailor.co.nz Guaranteed seat. $20 Contact the Temple to book your tickets 11.30pm The Path

Saturday 27 September AK03 Event Midday Getting Radio Airplay Workshop With David Ridler from NZ on Air Prepayments and bookings essential $40 8pm York Street Studios Acid Test GRAND Final Songwriting and Performance Competition Sponsored by: York Street Studios, Software Images, NZ Musician Magazine, Vision100.com, Pie Mania, Music in Parks, The Index, Channel Z, MAINZ Featuring Manu Bennett, Charlotte Johansen, Punga, Milk Milk Lemonade, Goon, MaTaR, Luke Bodle Special guest - last year's winner St. Lucy

Sunday 28 September CLOSED

Monday 29 September 7pm AK03 Event CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition FINAL Hosted by Chelle http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz Seb Anderson, Edward Coates, Tim Gemmell, Two Masters, Beth and Jason, MATaR, AUDIO COMMAND, Jonno, Temple Dan, Cardi, Quiver

Tuesday 30 September AK03 Event 8pm Mahinarangi Tocker & Don McGlashan Guaranteed seat. $20 Contact the Temple to book your tickets www.maorimusic.com www.donmcglashan.com

Wednesday 1 October 8pm AK03 Event Outspoken - Multigenre show Hosted by Jeremy Elwood www.jeremyelwood.com Open mic acts welcome Grant Lobban, rich manic, Richard, Michael Rudd, AUDIO COMMAND, MissFit, Vaughan King www.comedydogs.co.nz, Jerry Beale, Paddy Hoban, Daniel Loughnan

Thursday 2 October 8pm AK03 Event Mits Mini Mastermind Winner!! Best Show Concept - TV2 International LAUGH! Festival 2003 Bizarre trivia! Games! Prizes! Nudity! Severe silliness! Music! The worlds funniest quiz show, hosted by leading authority on killer vegetables and associated health threats Bob Though. The botanical equivalent of the Crocodile Hunter. Featuring The Comedy Dogs www.comedydogs.co.nz

Friday 3 October AK03 Event 7.30pm Glenn Bodger 8.30pm Chris Knox + Penelope Swales (Aust) www.penelopeswales.com 11.30pm Mr Pink

Saturday 4 October AK03 Event Midday How to Earn a Living From Your Music Workshop With Renown Australian Touring Artist Penelope Swales Prepayments and bookings essential $40 8pm Speak Eazy Dedicated to 100% banging underground hip hop

Sunday 5 October CLOSED

Monday 6 October 8pm Last Ever Open Mic Night Hosted by Karen q Temple All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tuesday 7 October 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe Hosted by Karen q Temple Jon E www.geocities.com/joneyomama , Don't Die Wishing www.dontdiewishing.com, Claire Holmes, Julz Nathan, Mel Parsons

Wednesday 8 October 7.30pm Massive Acoustic Attack Bloody Mary, MATaR www.matar.co.nz, St. Lucy, Charlotte Johansen, Sideshifter www.sideshifter.co.nz, Mit's Mini Mastermind, Sarah-Jane, Punga

Thursday 9 October 8pm Mr Pink, Exit, Esra Dekan http://www.esradekan.com/, Adeline Space http://www.geocities.com/adelinespace/, Leonard www.leonard.net.nz

Friday 10 October 8pm The Last Supper Part One Manu Bennett, Charlotte Johansen, Stan Malcolm www.stanmalcolm.com, Christine White, Graham Brazier (Hello Sailor) www.hellosailor.co.nz, Punga, Mahinarangi Tocker www.maorimusic.com, Karen Hunter www.karenhunter.com, The Blends, Charlotte Yates

Saturday 11 October 8pm The Last Supper Part Two Easy Tiger, St. Lucy, Jester www.jester.co.nz, We Dunno http://www.angelfire.com/punk/wedunno, AfghaniStan, Chris Knox, Michael Scorey, Lucid 3, thirtycyclehum

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