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Happy Listings for MAY

Happy Listings for MAY

for those who'd like a head's up on the whole month . . .

Happy in May

Wednesday 5th May

9pm

Madam Zzaj presents

Jeff Henderson, Paul Dyne, Roger Sellers

Jazz

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Thursday 6th May

8pm

Nikki Lillicrap

Solo vibraphone

10pm

Jonathan Crayford Trio

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Friday 7th May

10pm

The Mystery Show

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Saturday 8th May

10pm

Spartacus R

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Tuesday 11th May

8pm

Claire Christian

CD Release

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Wednesday 12th May

9pm

Madam Zzaj presents

Jeff Henderson, Paul Dyne, Roger Sellers

Jazz

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Thursday 13th May

10pm

Jonathan Crayford Trio

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Friday 14th May

TBC

Live Music from 10pm

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Saturday 15th May

10pm

Naiina

EP Release

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Tuesday 18th May

9pm

Improvised Music Sessions

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Wednesday 19th May

9pm

Madam Zzaj presents

Jeff Henderson, Paul Dyne, Roger Sellers

Jazz

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Thursday 20th May

10pm

Jonathan Crayford Trio

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Friday 21st May

10pm

The Reduction Agents

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Saturday 22nd May

10pm

The Salford Lads Club

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Monday 24th May

9pm

Gerard Masters Trio

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Tuesday 25th May

9pm

Tryptych

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Wednesday 26th May

9pm

Madam Zzaj presents

Jeff Henderson, Paul Dyne, Roger Sellers

Jazz

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Thursday 27th May

10pm

Jonathan Crayford Trio

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Friday 28th May

10pm

Pumice, Cortina, the Stumps, the Mysterious Tapeman and Mongol Horde

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Saturday 29th May

10pm

The Great Moustache Party and Judging Session

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ENDS


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