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Happy Listings Feb 9 - 16

Wed, 02 Feb 2005

Wednesday 9th

10pm

The Joe Callwood Quintet

feat. Rick Cranson, Tom Callwood, Bridget Kelly and Rosie Langabeer

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Thursday 10th

10pm

The Crustaceans

Feat Jonathan Crayford, Anthony Donaldson, Patrick Bleakley

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Friday 11th

7pm

Himalayan Cultural Eve (Tibet)

10pm and 12pm

Sheba Williams presents

The Josephine Baker Show

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Saturday 12th

7pm

Himalayan Cultural Eve (Tibet)

10pm

The Mint Chicks

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Sunday 13th

7pm

Himalayan Cultural Eve

Tibetan traditional dance - Fringe 05

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Monday 14th

7pm

Himalayan Cultural Eve

Tibetan traditional dance - Fringe 05

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Tuesday 15th

8pm

Organic Produce

Music so fresh it has no name

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Wednesday 16th

10pm

Nights of the Flaming Anvil

Feat. The Drum Scientist, Thebus Mutantae and the Puppycatz, andThe Not Quite Quiet Choir

ENDS

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