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Breaks Royale - Fri 13th May

Breaks Royale – we like to think it’s become a Wellington classic.

It was first created in 2001 by Belinda (a.k.a DJ B-Line) and Jonnie Sandwiches (then Jonnie Paradiso) as a party brand showcasing “the sexier side of Breakbeat and Drum & Bass” – this philosophy also became its catch phrase.

From the start is was unique – a Drum & Bass party suitable for the lounge environment of Paradiso Bar, the 4 part series becoming some of the venues most popular nights – The 1st BR at Paradiso – known for visits from Noise Control, Crowd Control and all the bar staff necking double shots of tequila, to roars from the crowd, when Sean made the 1st switch from Breaks to Drum & Bass! Yea!!! The continued series became infamous for bringing the very “boozy” usually anti-Courtney Place Cuba set down to the seedy cocktail lounge, and generally over filling every inch of the tiny room.

BR re-launched at the opening of Sandwiches with a two room philosophy with Hip Hop and Breaks in the Lounge and funky Drum & Bass in the Club. 4 more BR’s have all seen massive turn-outs and epic sets from the residents and guests alike. Some of the most memorable guest’s were Craig Richards from Fabric London, with a unique Lounge Breaks Set, MC Mana, B-Lo and always ex-pat Wellingtonian, Sean.

Breaks Royale returns with Royale Residents, (Wellington's favourite son and arguably one of Australasia's best DJs) Sean returning exclusively from Melbourne, and B-Line (the Queen B of New Zealand Drum & Bass) returning from Auckland. Alongside Club guests Ddog, Dappa, MC Ruggedtek & MC Kyla, and in the Lounge - Charlie Diamonds, Marek & Ayna.

This Friday the 13th of May 2005. At Sandwiches.

$15 On the door, with thanks to Chaos Hair, Jagermeister and The Package

Jagermeister on special and free flowing from the Jager Machine!


sandwiches

This week at Sandwiches…

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 Nick Tipping Trio”

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

Free Entry table bookings recommended.


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)


Breaks Royale

Friday – see above for details


Rocket Science

Saturday 14

Sandwiches presents

Rocket Science – the breakbeats have landed!

Featuring the DJ Risk (Auckland), Bryce and celebrating their joint birthdays Dannyboy and Pvans.

A club night with a difference presenting Progressive / Breakbeat / 2step Garage

Free entry before 12:00 am, $10 on the door after that.


Coming soon ...

Saturday 21st May - The Shimmy vs The Turnaround (Mareks farewell party)

Thursday 2nd June - Danny Howells (Global Underground)

Sunday 5th June - Fevar Black Label

And many more…


Sandwiches

8 Kent Terrace,

Wellington

ENDS

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