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Happy Listings March 2 - 9 2005

Thu, 24 Feb 2005

Happy Listings March 2 - 9


Wednesday 2nd


Nights of the Flaming Anvil

Feat. Lucky Foodbar and Grease and The Joe Callwood Quintet


Thursday 3rd


The Crustaceans

Feat Jonathan Crayford, Anthony Donaldson and Patrick Bleakley


Friday 4th

Private Function


Saturday 5th



With Clot


Sunday 6th




Tuesday 8th


Organic Produce

Music so fresh it has no name


Wednesday 9th


Nights of the Flaming Anvil

Feat. Kieran Monaghan/Jonny Marks and The Original Family Mallet


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