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Happy 1 June 2004 - 9 June 2004


Tuesday 1st June

9pm

The Dodecahedrons

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Wednesday 2nd June

9pm

The Ortiz Funeral Directors

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Thursday 3rd June

8pm

Joe Foster (Aus) with Lord Nightmare and Gugonix

10pm

Jonathan Crayford Trio

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Friday 4th June

10pm

Clifford Barbaro

Legendary drummer from NYC

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Saturday 5th June

10pm

While You Were Sleeping

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Sunday 6th June

8pm

Nights of the Flaming Anvil

With Richard Nunns and Alphabethead

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Tuesday 8th June

9pm

Jeff Henderson Trio

With Clifford Barbaro

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Wednesday 9th June

9pm

The Perfect Machine

Ricki Gooch and Jeff Henderson Project


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