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Happy Listings April 20 2005

Happy Listings April 20 2005

Wed 27 8pm

JONATHAN CRAYFORD / BRIDGET KELLY / PATRICK BLEAKLEY / CHRIS O'CONNOR

piano / reeds / bass / drums

Thurs 28 10pm

ZIRKUS

Rosie Langabeer introduces her wild ZIrkus Big Band

Fri 29 10pm

SURFIN' USSR

THEBIS MUTANTE and the PUPPYCATZ

Greg Malcolms surf band from Chch and warped cabaret insanity

Sat 30 10pm

DAISY CHAIN HALO

Sun 1 May 8pm

LEILA ADU

last night of Leila on sundays

Mon 2 May 9pm

POGAN and POODLEBITE concert commemorating international Eugenics day

4 May 8pm

GUY CAPPER comedy festival show

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