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Be-Bop to Broadway

Tue, 12 Oct 2004

Montana Jazz and Jazz Sandwiches, are proud to present.

Be-Bop to Broadway

A Broadway style dinner and show experience.

As part of the Montana Wellington International Jazz Festival 2004,

This show features the vocal talents of.

Ali Harper | currently starring in Evita

Lisa Tomlins | a regular star of Jazz on a Sunday

Shelly Hirini | a regular star of Wednesday Night Live

Also, a line-up of Wellingtons leading Jazz musicians, and musical direction by Nick Tipping.

Sunday the 17th of October

At Sandwiches, 8 Kent Terrace, Wellington P: 04 385 7698 www.sandwiches.co.nz

Doors open from 5pm - show starts at 7pm

Entry charge of $15 per person applies

And as a special offer for this one-off show.

Purchase a $45 Dinner & Show ticket and get a Chef's special 3 course meal (Table Bookings Recommended)

ENDS

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