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Happy Listings 5 - 13 May 2004

Happy Listings 5 to 13 May 2004

Wednesday May 5th

9pm

Madam Zzaj presents

Jeff Henderson, Roger Sellers and Paul Dyne

Jazz

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Thursday May 6th

8pm

Nikki Lillicrapp solo

10pm

Jonathan Crayford Trio

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Friday May 7th

10pm

Spartacus R

Saturday May 8th

10pm

The Mystery Show

Tuesday May 11th

8pm

Claire Christian

CD Release

Wednesday May 12th

9pm

Madam Zzaj presents

Jeff Henderson, Roger Sellers and Paul Dyne

Jazz

Thursday May 13th

10pm

Jonathan Crayford Trio

Happy underground cnr Vivian and Tory Streets Little Italy PO Box 9069 Wellington Aotearoa +64 4 384 1965 www.happy.net.nz

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