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Happy listings Nov 24 - Dec 2

Wed, 17 Nov 2004

Happy listings Nov 24 - Dec 2

Wednesday November 24th

10pm

New Music Ensembles

Featuring Nigel Patterson, Alphabethead and others

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Thursday November 25th

10pm

The Jonathan Crayford Trio

Wellington's finest jazz pianist

plus Lucky Foodbar solo guitar

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Friday November 26th

10pm

Gareth Thomas and the Spectacles, The Raskolnikovs and guests

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Saturday November 27th

10pm

The Slicks with Motorcamp

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Tuesday November 30th

10pm

Limited Express

Japanese neo-pop stars

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Wednesday December 1st

10pm

The Pink Tuna Big Band

Lead by John White

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Thursday December 2nd

10pm

The Jonathan Crayford Trio

Wellington's finest jazz pianist

With Anthony Donaldson and Patrick Bleakley

ENDS

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