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This week at Sandwiches…

This week at Sandwiches…

Tuesday

Sandwiches is open from dinner, snacks or just a drink 3pm till late, Tuesday through Saturday.

Wednesday Night Live

Jazz Sandwiches & Montana Jazz presents Wednesday Night Live!!!

A live jazz dinner & show experience, featuring a rotating line-up of Wellington’s leading Jazz groups & soloists every Wednesday

This Wednesday features “The Vipers”

Open for dinner from 5pm, the show starts at 9pm Free Entry table bookings recommended.

Thursday Night Cheese & Pickle

Thursday’s Havana Club presents Cheese & Pickle at Sandwiches. Your weekly dose of Funky Soul, Latin Boogaloo and Motown mayhem.

With Firm FM Djs Redbird Jnr and Hot lemonade.

Havana Club Cocktail Specials free Entry (9pm onwards)

Good Friday Special - Featuring Minuit [Minwee]

Friday 25

Featuring Minuit [live] and Charlie Ash [live], with Special Guest Elliot Stock [London]

Plus the lounge all-stars, Marek & Duncan

This is definitely a party to kick off your Easter Weekend.

$20 Presales, More on the door.

Doors open at Midnight, Closes at 7am.

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Sheba Williams presents – The Ertha Kit Show

Saturday 26

A live dinner and tribute show, featuring the talent that is Sheba along with the finest in Wellington musicians, vocalists and dancers.

$10 at the door, dinner served from 5pm till late, show starts at 8pm. Table bookings recommended. Be in Early, doors close at midnight due to licensing laws.

Those of us who have experienced Sheba’s shows are aware of the outstanding talent the lady has. She has that rare stage presence that transcends genre, which can be thrown across the generation gap. Once in a while she brings her amazing voice to Sandwiches and performs as one of the artists of old, Nina Simone to Grace Jones. For an evening of sublime sounds and sights, this is undeniably one of the best.

Coming soon ...

Presented by DNA Audio - Resurrection 05

Easter Sunday 27th March 10pm Til morning, Tunnel Gully, Kaitoke regional park.

Tickets & more info from Dmc, Fusion Records, Cosmic Corner.

Bass Frontiers 6th Birthday - 1st April 2005

Tight ‘n’ Polite - 2nd April 2005

P Bass Express [Live] – 24th April 2005

Sandwiches

8 Kent Terrace,

Wellington

Log onto http://www.sandwiches.co.nz for further info.


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