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Sandwiches & Havana Club are proud to present...

Sandwiches & Havana Club are proud to present, round 2 of…

“Wednesday Night Live” with a weekly rotation of Wellington’s finest Jazz talent, performing in the intimate setting of the Sandwiches Lounge.

Make a table booking, bring a group and try some of our great food and exquisite wine and cocktail service, all in the dinner and show atmosphere of Wednesday Night Live.

Check the attached flier for the coming attractions, every Wednesday from now till the end of October.

Show starts 8.30pm, and runs for approximately 2 hours, and it’s free to enter.

To make a booking or for any further details, contact us on: Sandwiches 04 385 7698

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