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Thu, 10 Feb 2005 - Happy Listings Feb 16 - 24

Thu, 10 Feb 2005 - Happy Listings Feb 16 - 24

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Wednesday 16th

10pm

Nights of the Flaming Anvil

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

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Thursday 17th

10pm

The Crustaceans

Feat Jonathan Crayford, Anthony Donaldson, Patrick Bleakley and Jeff Henderson

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Friday 18th

7pm

Himalayan Cultural Eve

9pm

Nervous Doll Dancing

11pm

DELETE!

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Saturday 19th

7pm

Himalayan Cultural Eve

9pm

Nervous Doll Dancing

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Sunday

7pm

Himalayan Cultural Eve

9pm

Nervous Doll Dancing

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Tuesday 22nd

8pm

Mike Cooper (UK/Italy)

One of Europe's finest guitar experimenters

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Wednesday 23rd

7.30pm

Factory of Dreams

9pm

Beautiful Noise - with John White

11pm

Nights of the Flaming Anvil

Feat. Clot

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Thursday 24th

7.30pm

Factory of Dreams

9pm

Beautiful Noise - with John White

Happy underground, corner Vivian and Tory Streets PO Box 9069 Wellington Aotearoa +64 4 384 1965 www.happy.net.nz

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