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HAPPY LISTINGS - 24 March - April 6th

HAPPY LISTINGS

Tuesday 22nd
8pm
Organic Produce
Music so fresh it has no name

Wednesday 23rd
10pm
Nights of the Flaming Anvil
Feat. short films from Mike Brown, Gyark Rollyat (Bel) and Jahne Kohlwaller (Den), Stephen Bain and others.

thurs 24 march
LEILA ADU w/ the Metabolists
feat Jeff Henderson, Ricky Gooch and David Long
8pm

Sat 26
10pm
JEFF HENDERSON
unidentifiable flying sorcerer

Wed 30
Nights of the FLAMING ANVIL
feat. BRIDGET KELLY
10pm

Thurs 31
POODLEBITE with guests
10pm

Fri 1st April
10pm
emerald green
disasteradio and friends
the dukes of lesiure
Sat 2nd
ODESSA
10pm

Wed 6
Crustaceans
feat Jonathan Crayford
10pm


and

EXCITING things coming your way

LEILA ADU residency (every Sunday from April)
JEFF HENDERSONS DECONSTRUCTION UNIT
ANTHONY PATERAS
ZIRKUS
and more


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