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Sam Hunt, Barry Saunders to perform in Upper Hutt

News from Upper Hutt -Sunday 9 October 2005

Sam Hunt and Barry Saunders to perform in Upper Hutt

NZ 's top performance poet Sam Hunt will be joined by Barry Saunders from the Warratahs next Saturday night 15 October in Upper Hutt.The show at the historic Mayfair Cafe is part of Sam's nationwide "South ' tour.(tel 527 4116 for tickets)
Upper Hutt is establishing itself as a very busy live arts centre .This week the city hosts the following -

Tuesday night 11 0ct -Mayfair Cafe -7.30 pm -The B-Side with Bob Cooper -Grundy-live acoustic music
Friday 14 -Sunday 16 Oct --' Diary of Anne Frank ' live theatre at Expressions -Te Awamatu Touring Theatre
Saturday 15 Oct -Sam Hunt and Barry Saunders

Saturday 15 Oct -NZ Idol show -inc Ben Lummis at Upper Hutt Cosy Club.

ENDS

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