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Gig Guide: Last 5 days!!


Gig Guide: Last 5 days!!

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This is it folks!! The last 5 days of the Temple!! Get here and get some while you still can :)

Monday 6 October CLOSED

Tuesday 7 October 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe Hosted by Charlotte Johansen Jon E, Don't Die Wishing, Claire Holmes, Julz Nathan, Mel Parsons

Wednesday 8 October 7.30pm Massive Acoustic Attack MC Mit Frenzy Bloody Mary, MATaR, St. Lucy, Charlotte Johansen, Sideshifter, Mit's Mini Mastermind, Punga

Thursday 9 October 8pm Mr Pink, Exit, Esra Dekan, Adeline Space, Leonard

Friday 10 October 7pm (sharp) The Last Supper Part One MC Michele A'Court 7pm Punga 7.30pm Charlotte Johansen 8pm Manu Bennett 8.30pm Graham Brazier (Hello Sailor) 9pm Karen Hunter 9.30pm Charlotte Yates 10pm The Blends 10.45pm Christine White 11.15pm Stan Malcolm

Saturday 11 October 7.30pm (sharp) The Last Supper Part Two MC Mit Frenzy 7.30pm Mahinarangi Tocker 8pm St. Lucy 8.30 Michael Scorey 9pm Chris Knox 9.30 Easy Tiger 10.15pm Jester 11pm Thirtycyclehum 11.45 We Dunno 12.30 AfghaniStan

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