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This week at Sandwiches, Warm Winter Nights…

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This week at Sandwiches, Warm Winter Nights…

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 *“Andrew Keoghan Trio”*

Open for dinner from 5pm, the show starts at 9pm

Free Entry table bookings recommended.

Next week features the *“Nick Tipping Trio”.*

Thursday in the Lounge… 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)

Silverbeatz Soundsystem Live

*Friday 6th of May*

Ooosh Productions presents

*Silverbeats** Soundsystem Live*

Silverbeatz Soundsystem are a 9 piece formula for funk, a tribute to old skool block rocking beats,

blended with knowledge of today’s fullest beats and breaks. Silverbeatz is what happens when a music

scene; like Wellington, throws the rule book aside in favour open throttle entertainment through beautifully

crafted live music and performance. And with the Silverbeatz DJs rolling out one of their now infamous club

sets, Friday May 6th looks to be shaping up as one for the books! CHER!!!

With support from the Silverbeatz Djs *Ebuki versus J-Silver*.

Also special guests *Dj Flex* fresh from Japan, *Greg* Finch from the UK and *Vj Kickback* on the visuals.

$10 on the door before midnight, $15 thereafter.

With thanks to Fidel’s Café and Moneyshot Clothing.

Monkey Business

*Saturday 7th of May*

Sandwiches presents

Monkey Business – known for its underground sound & above average antics,

This monthly night has been going strong for over three years.

Featuring *Djs Ryan, Bryce* and* Wade*, along a special Lounge presentation of

Two Step & Speed Garage, with *Marek* & *Bryce b2b* with *MC Kyla*. Support from

*Charlie Diamonds* and *Duncan*

$10 on the door (Free before 1am)

Kandis – Happy Hour

Start the night with a BANG 12am – 1am, Free entry, Kandis Discount and Drink Specials.

The Pyjama Party

*Sunday 8th of May*

**Sandwiches presents, as part of the Comedy Festival…******

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**The Pajama Party – a LIVE COMEDY Show in the Sandwiches Lounge**

Featuring legendary New Zealand comedian, Jan Maree winner of the TV2 Billy T Awards 2001

Pulled together by the big man of ceremony Jedi (Radio Active Breakfast Host),

Plus groovy tunes, hand picked & mixed by the freshest Djs in the Sandwiches hamper.

Entry only $10 – 9pm till late

Dress in your ‘jamas and YOU GET IN FREE!

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*Coming soon ...*

Friday 13 May – Breaks Royale – The Sexier Side of Breakbeat

Saturday 21 May – The Shimmy versus The Turnaround – Marek’s Farewell Party!!!

Sandwiches

8 Kent Terrace,

Wellington

04 385 7698

Log onto www.sandwiches.co.nz for further info.


ENDS

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