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Shortsets Showcase

Shortsets is a showcase series attached to the Yearly NZCAN (NZ Campus Arts Network) Orientation Booking Conference.

The Booking conference for Orientation 2006 is being held at AUT University bu AuSM (Auckland Student Movement at AUT) 2-4 November.

The two Shortsets Showcase will be held at the Kings Arms Tavern, 30 Francis Street, Newton.

Entry is by two gold coins

Each act will do 15 minutes only.

The lineup foor each is as follows

The Wednesday 2 November
Door at 7pm
Chandaliers 7.30pm
Tangent 8pm*
Electric Confectonaires 8.30pm
Ddub 9pm*
Hot Grits 9.30pm*
Skankamelia 10pm*
The Exiles 10.30pm

Thursday 3 November
Door at 7.30pm
The Tuts 8pm*
Bored Gordon 8.30pm*
Kitsch 9pm*
Autozamm 9.30pm*
Sneaks 9pm*

Odessa 10.30pm
Situations 11pm*
Ghostplane 11.30pm*

ENDS

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